It was nearly a repeat of the second game in the CBI finals series, only this time Wyoming floored the gas pedal earlier in the first half. They eventually had a 19-point lead at the halftime break before cruising to an 83-59 victory over Coastal Carolina. That blowout came off the heels of a similar 81-57 scoreline from game 2. The Chanticleers simply didn't have enough gas to pick up a victory in Laramie. Wyoming finishes with a 5-1 record in the Cbi Tournament -- that's the same record against the spread, the only loss coming when they were favored by one point in the first game of the finals series.

Coastal Carolina can't find any offense on the road

Coastal Carolina couldn't figure out their shooting for a second straight night. They finished shooting with just a 33.9 percent clip from the field and went an abysmal 4-for-21 from downtown. It was a similar showing from game 2, where the Chanticleers hit just 31.3 percent of their shots and made just 5-of-26 from 3-point range.

The team couldn't afford to have leading scorer Jaylen Shaw (14.3 ppg, 3.8 app) struggling, and he hit just 4-of-13 shot attempts and finished with 10 points. Demario Beck (10 ppg, 7.9 rpg) had the best showing, making 6-of-11 field goals and hitting all four free throws to finish with 17 points and 7 boards.

Wyoming not as sharp offensively, but finished strong

Wyoming was a little gassed on offense, which is expected considering they had to play three games in five days, but they were able to hit 13 3-pointers to still finish with 83 points. They hit 42.6 percent of their shots and converted 12-of-16 free throws.

The Cowboys also had a 38-30 edge in rebounds and only turned it over seven times.

Leading scorer Justin James (16 ppg, 5 rpg) finished with 19 points. It wasn't his best outing, hitting 7-of-16 field goal attempts and going just 1-for-6 from downtown, but he was only one of two players that scored in double figures.

Hayden Dalton (12.2 ppg, 8.3 rpg) was the other one who led the team with 19 points and also reeled in 11 rebounds.

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