HOMEWOOD, Ala. -- — Isaiah Miller registered 18 points and eight rebounds as UNC Greensboro defeated Samford 87-63 on Thursday night.
A.J. McGinnis and Kaleb Hunter each scored 13 points for UNC Greensboro (7-5, 2-2 Southern Conference), which earned its fourth straight road victory. Mohammed Abdulsalam had eight points and nine rebounds.
UNC Greensboro scored a season-high 51 second-half points, breaking open what had been a five-point game at halftime.
Christian Guess had 16 points for the Bulldogs (5-6, 1-3), the only scorer to reach double figures. Samford shot 32% for the game (20 of 63) and were 5 of 26 from distance.
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