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August 16, 2014 at 3:01 PM

Pac-12 All-Stars win China tour finale

Washington's Andrew Andrews helped the Pac-12 Alll-Star team to a 3-0 record during its exhibition tour of China.

Washington’s Andrew Andrews helped the Pac-12 Alll-Star team to a 3-0 record during its exhibition tour of China. (Photo credit: Kory Mortensen – Utah athletics)

The Pac-12 All-Stars wrapped up its exhibition tour of China on Saturday with a 71-68 win against the Shanghai Sharks.

Washington’s Andrew Andrews finished with seven points, two rebounds and an assist. Utah’s Jordan Loveridge led the way with 16 points while Washington State’s DaVonte Lacy had 10.

The Pac-12 All-Stars were scheduled to play the Guangdong Southern Tigers in Shenzhen, China, but it appears as if the exhibition tour will end after three games. The Pac-12 went 3-0 while defeating the Chinese University All-Stars 73-47 and knocking off Jiangsu, a Chinese pro team 85-63.

The Sharks, another pro team, gave the Pac-12 team its toughest game. Shanghai led 55-54 after three quarters, but the Pac-12 team outscored the Sharks 17-13 in the fourth quarter.

“I’d like to thank the players for competing and being so dedicated during this past week,” Utah coach Larry Krystkowiak said in a statement released by the conference. Krystkowiak led the Pac-12 team. “This would not have been possible if not for their hard work and unselfishness.”

Andrews averaged 9.3 points, 4.0 rebounds, 2.0 rebounds and 1.3 steals. He shot 47.4 percent from the field (9 for 19) and was perfect on free throws (8 for 8).

USC’s Nikola Jovanic led the Pac-12 team in scoring while averaging 11.0 points. Loveridge (9.7) was second followed by Andrews, Arizona State’s Bo Barnes (8.0) and Lacy (7.7).

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