Doug McDermott and his dad felt differently about the younger McDermott's performance Friday night.
His dad's opinion, though, carries more weight. Greg McDermott is No. 14 Creighton's coach.
Doug had 30 points and eight rebounds to lead Creighton past Wisconsin 84-74 for a spot in the Las Vegas Invitational final.
"I got off to a slow start (shooting). I missed a lot of shots I normally make," Doug McDermott said. "I need to get to the post. I thought I did a great job in the post. I felt really comfortable being patient and making reads out of the post."
Creighton (5-0) will play Arizona State in the championship game Saturday. The Sun Devils beat Arkansas 83-68.
"We let Doug go to work," Greg McDermott said. "He made really good decisions. He took what the defense gave him. His pace was better offensively tonight."
Ethan Wragge had 17 points, including a 3-pointer that put Creighton up for good, 61-60 with 7:40 left at the Orleans Arena.
Austin Chatman added a career high ...