DETROIT — Freshman Paris Bass scored 18 points to lead Detroit to a dominating 74-54 win over Oakland on Saturday.
Wilson nailed a 3-point jumper for a 20-18 advantage with 7:55 left in the first half and Detroit went on to lead 38-23 at the break. Oakland never challenged in the final period.
The Detroit defense forced 21 turnovers and picked up 16 fast break points. The Titans made 28 of 60 field goal attempts (46.7 percent) while limiting Oakland to 19-of-55 shooting (34.5 percent). Detroit scored 36 points in the paint and the Golden Grizzles made 16 up close.
Kahlil Felder had 16 points and Ralph Hill chipped in 10 for Oakland (5-12, 1-2).
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