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PHOTO GALLERY: Utah State 80, Air Force 65 men’s basketball

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Career nights from Shulga, Dorius lead USU past Air Force – Cache Valley Daily

Utah State men’s basketball team. Photo by Robert K. Scott LOGAN – It was a night of new career-highs in the Dee Glen Smith Spectrum as both Max Shulga and Trevin Dorius set new personal bests in points in Utah State’s 80-65 win over Air Force Tuesday evening. Shulga shattered his previous career-best mark of 20 points (set earlier this year at San Diego) by putting up 29. He made four 3-pointers and went 8-of-9 from the free-throw line. “Watching him do that today was not a shock by any means,” Dorius said. “It’s something that we’ve always known Max is capable of. And I hope that every team in the conference knows that that’s what Max is capable of.” Utah State head coach Ryan Odom said Shulga has been working a lot on his shot recently. “He’s been working on it after practice, days off even though we haven’t had many days off,” Odom said. “He’s been able to get in there and refocus himself on his jump shot because he’s a really good shooter, and we know that. He’s had a little bit of a stretch where he’s missed some that, obviously, we all want him to make.

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Clarkson, Markkanen lead Jazz past Pacers 123-117 – Cache Valley Daily

Indiana Pacers guard Bennedict Mathurin (00) fouls Utah Jazz center Walker Kessler (24) during the first half of an NBA basketball game in Indianapolis, Monday, Feb. 13, 2023. (AP Photo/Michael Conroy) INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Jordan Clarkson and Lauri Markkanen each scored 29 points and the Utah Jazz beat the Indiana Pacers 123-117 on Monday night. Clarkson hit a 3-pointer for a 115-110 lead with 2:03 remaining, and added a 13-foot baseline jumper to extend the lead to 117-113 in the final minute. “Jordan was in the zone tonight,” Jazz coach Will Hardy said. “I wish I could take credit for any of that. We just try to make sure in those moments when he has that going that we’re executing from a spacing standpoint as a team, making sure we give him enough space to operate when he gets in those grooves. He’s incredibly capable of getting as hot as anybody in the league.” Clarkson scored 22 in the second half and finished with six 3-pointers. “I know when my shots are there, what shots I can get to in a game, and I’m very confident that I’ll make those,” Clarkson said. “At the end of the game, (coach) called

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NBA announces All-Star Saturday night participants – Cache Valley Daily

Utah Jazz guard Jordan Clarkson (00) goes to the basket as Orlando Magic center Wendell Carter Jr., right, looks on during the second half of an NBA basketball game Friday, Jan. 13, 2023, in Salt Lake City. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer) Milwaukee’s Giannis Antetokounmpo is teaming up with his brothers once again on All-Star Saturday. Portland’s Damian Lillard is taking a third shot at the 3-point title, Indiana’s Buddy Hield will aim to win that one again and Philadelphia’s Mac McClung now can be a slam-dunk champion at the NBA and high school levels. The NBA released the full list of participants for All-Star Saturday’s events in Salt Lake City — the Skills Competition, the 3-point contest and the dunk contest. It’ll be a particularly busy weekend for 11 players who are now slotted to be in multiple events during the three days of action in Utah. 3-POINT CONTEST Hield, the 2020 winner, is back to try to become the eighth player with multiple 3-point crowns. He’ll face his Indiana teammate Tyrese Haliburton, the Portland duo of Lillard and Anfernee Simons, Miami’s Tyler Herro, Sacramento’s Kevin Huerter, Utah’s Lauri Markkanen and Boston’s Jayson Tatum. Huerter is one of four Kings picked

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Carter Davis second straight Sky View athlete named CVMG Prep Basketball Player of the Week – Cache Valley Daily

Carter Davis SMITHFIELD – Sky View boys basketball wing Carter Davis has been named Cache Valley Media Group Prep Basketball Player of the Week, presented by McDonalds, for the week of Feb. 6-10. Davis is the second Bobcats basketball player to be named CVMG Player of the Week this season, joining Hannah Radford who won the award last week. In two games this past week, Davis had back-to-back 20-point games, helping the Bobcats secure the Region 11 title in a week where they played the second and third-place teams in the region. On Wednesday against Logan, Davis scored 20 points on 7-for-11 shooting while also accumulating a career-high seven assists. Then on Friday against Ridgeline — the deciding game for the region title — Davis scored a season-high 23 points with five rebounds, three steals and two blocks. Overall for the week, Davis averaged 21.5 points, 3.0 rebounds, 4.0 assists, 2.5 steals and 1.5 blocks while shooting 60.7 percent from the field and 40 percent from three. Four other players were nominated this week. Emilee Skinner (Ridgeline girls), Gracie Riley (Bear River girls), Jordan Child (Logan boys) and Marissa Best (Green Canyon girls). Skinner also played a part in winning

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How to watch, projected starters, injuries – Cache Valley Daily

LOGAN – With Utah State on its first two-game losing streak of the season, confidence in the team and its NCAA Tournament hopes are low. But the Aggies are on the cusp of their fourth 20-win season in the last five years. The only thing that stands in their way is an Air Force team coming off its biggest win of the year. How to watch Tip-off: 7 p.m. MT Location: Dee Glen Smith Spectrum | Logan, UT TV Broadcast: Mountain West Network Aggie GameDay Coverage on KVNU (102.1 FM/610 AM & KVNU mobile app): 6 p.m. MT KVNU Aggie Call (102.1 FM/610 AM, KVNU mobile app): Immediately after game ends Injuries Utah State G – Rylan Jones (Undisclosed) – OUT Jones has missed the last 10 games with an undisclosed upper-body injury. No timetable has been provided for a return. Air Force G – Nikc Jackson (Illness) – OUT F – Lucas Moerman (Shoulder) – OUT Projected Starters Utah State (19-7, 8-5, 4th in MW) G – Steven Ashworth (6-1, Jr.) – 15.9 points | 3.4 rebounds | 4.6 assists

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