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LSU Basketball

Skylar Mays is ultimate ‘glue guy’

February 27, 2019

Without Tremont Waters the past two games, LSU still did enough to pull itself into a share of the Southeastern Conference lead by recording victories.

In the Tigers’ 82-80 come-from-behind victory against Tennessee, freshman Javonte Smart stepped in for Waters and scored a season-high 29 points. Smart made the two game-winning foul shots with less than one second remaining.

On Tuesday, LSU never trailed in knocking off Texas A&M 66-55. This time, the two Tigers starting post players filled the void left by Waters.

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