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Stanford's solid shooting effort not enough in hoops loss

 
Reid Travis and Robert Cartwright combined for 40 points in Stanford's loss to Florida. Photo courtesy of Stanford Athletics.

Reid Travis scored 23 points, Robert Cartwright added 17 but the Stanford men's basketball team dropped a 108-87 decision to No. 7 Florida in the first round of the PK80 Invitational at the Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Portland on Thursday night.

Michael Humphrey added 10 points as the Cardinal (3-3) fell to its second consecutive top-10 team. Stanford plays either Gonzaga or Ohio State on Friday at 6 p.m.


Daejon Davis
Stanford missed a layup 10 seconds into the contest. Eight seconds later, Jalen Hudson hit the first of Florida's 15 3-pointers and the Gators never looked back.

Cartwright hit a 3-pointer as Stanford pulled within 22-17, but that was as close as it got the rest of the way as Florida made over 68 percent of its 3-pointers and shot over 58 percent overall.

The Cardinal scored the last six points of the first half and trailed 58-39 at the intermission.

Stanford shot 54 percent from the field, just over 41 percent from long range.

Daejon Davis, one of the three freshmen who started a fourth straight game, was 4-of-5 from the field and scored nine points to go with seven assists. Josh Sharma also scored nine points and grabbed a team-high six rebounds.

Stanford senior Dorian Pickens remains out with a left foot inury.

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