Ducks green bean sorry for outing of Pirates’ Powell
Oregon green bean forward Lok Wur has given an expression of remorse for stumbling Seton Hall senior star Myles Powell during Wednesday’s down in Paradise Island, Bahamas.”I need to apologize to Myles Powell and the Seton Hall group for my activities on the seat Wednesday night,” Wur said in an announcement Thursday. “I acted in an unsportsmanlike way. I am really upset for that and lament my actions.”During the second 50% of an opening-round game at the Battle 4 Atlantis, Wur, who has not played for the No. 11 Ducks and was perched on the seat, adhered his leg out to trip Powell, the No. 13 Pirates’ driving scorer, who had 32 focuses in 36 minutes against Oregon.Powell didn’t fall because of the outing, however he folded on the sideline close midcourt toward the finish of the 71- 69 Oregon victory.He was getting treatment after the game and was inaccessible to journalists. Privateers mentor Kevin Willard alluded to it as a cramp.Powell began for Seton Hall and scored 18 focuses in its 81- 56 triumph over Southern Miss on Thursday.The Associated Press added to this report.