Posted March 29, 2012 on stanford.scout.com
Aaron Bright has eight, Josh Owens has six, Chasson Randle has five, and Josh Huestis has six rebounds as the Cardinal lead by six at halftime of the NIT Championship. Both defenses have outshined the offenses, but Bright’s shooting and Stanford’s defensive size have made the difference early.
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