Jordan Adams scored 31 points, fighting through apparent leg cramps in the second half, and UCLA wrapped up the No. 2 seed in next week's Pac-12 tournament with a 91-82 victory over host Washington on Thursday night.

Adams had 16 points in the first 12-plus minutes of the second half before having to sit with his legs appearing to cramp. When Adams returned, it was Seattle-area native Zach LaVine taking over, scoring 11 of his 14 points in the final five minutes for UCLA (23-7, 12-5 Pac-12).

C.J. Wilcox led Washington (16-14, 8-9) with 20 points despite sitting for more than five minutes of the second half with foul trouble. The Huskies saw their hopes for a first-round bye in the conference tournament end.

UC Santa Barbara: A Gauchos fan ran on the court and confronted Hawaii coach Gib Arnold during UCSB's 86-77 win. The male student, who was later arrested, stormed the court while Arnold was arguing with the referees after Hawaii's Brandon Spearman was called for an intentional foul.

Hawaii's Christian Standhardinger pushed the man away from Arnold. Teammate Garrett Nevels also shoved the fan, who gestured for the players to come after him as he backpedaled off the court.

Villanova 77, Xavier 70: Darrun Hilliard had 19 points and the No. 6 Wildcats (27-3, 15-2) clinched the outright Big East title for the first time in 32 years. Villanova last won the title alone in the 1981-82 season.


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Cincinnati 97, Memphis 84: Senior Sean Kilpatrick had 34 points in his final home game, and the No. 15 Bearcats (25-5, 14-3 American Athletic) beat the No. 20 Tigers (22-8, 11-6). Cincinnati is tied with No. 11 Louisville atop the conference standings, and the Bearcats close at Rutgers and the Cardinals are at home against No. 19 Connecticut this weekend.

Michigan State 86, Iowa 76: Keith Appling scored in double figures for the first time in more than five weeks, and the No. 22 Spartans (23-7, 12-5 Big Ten) beat the No. 24 Hawkeyes (20-10, 9-8) in East Lansing, Mich. Appling showed his old aggressiveness before hip and wrist injuries and scored 12 points.

USC 79, Washington State 68: Byron Wesley scored 20 second-half points -- ending the night with 31 -- as the visiting Trojans (11-19, 2-15 Pac-12) beat the Cougars (9-20, 2-15) to end a 10-game losing streak.

Duke: Coach Mike Krzyzewski was out of the hospital and at practice after feeling lightheaded during a loss at Wake Forest on Wednesday. He was taken to Duke University Hospital for a precautionary exam after the 82-72 loss in Winston-Salem, N.C.

South Carolina: Coach Frank Martin was suspended a game for harsh language aimed at his players during a loss to Florida on Monday. Associate head coach Matt Figgar will take over against Mississippi State on Saturday. "The one-game suspension is a result of inappropriate verbal communication as it relates to the well-being of our student-athletes," athletic director Ray Tanner said. Martin was caught on camera cursing and shouting at Duane Notice and Michael Carrera.

UNLV: Bryce Dejean-Jones, the team's leading scorer at 13.4 points per game, won't play at Nevada on Saturday. Coach Dave Rice said the guard was suspended through the weekend for conduct detrimental to the team.

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North Carolina 69, Wake Forest 65: Diamond DeShields scored 17 points and hit the go-ahead 3-pointer with 1:44 left to help the No. 13 Tar Heels (23-8) beat the Demon Deacons (15-16) in the second round of the ACC tournament in Greensboro, N.C. A power outage caused a nearly 20-minute delay in the second half.

Washington State 107, Oregon 100: Tia Presley and Lia Galdeira had 31 points apiece, and the seventh-seeded Cougars (16-15) beat the No. 10 Ducks (15-15) in a first-round game at the Pac-12 tournament in Seattle. The 207 combined points broke the tournament record of 179, set by Arizona and Oregon in 2011. WSU will face second-seeded and 20th-ranked Cal in the quarterfinals Friday.