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Recap: Texas El Paso , Hawaii
Date: December 22, 2019 11:49 PM EDT
  

HONOLULU (AP) Bernardo da Silva came off the bench to score 17 points and Drew Buggs scored five points in the final 39 seconds to lift Hawaii to a 67-63 win over UTEP in the Diamond Head Classic on Sunday night, the Rainbow Warriors' seventh consecutive home victory.

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Buggs finished with nine points and eight assists. Samuta Avea had 16 points and eight rebounds for Hawaii (8-3) and Zigmars Raimo added six assists and five steals.

The Miners led by as many as nine points after the break and had a 51-43 lead midway through the second half. Avea hit a 3-pointer and then made a dunk - both assisted by Buggs - before his jumper capped a 7-0 spurt over a 64-second span to trim Hawaii's deficit to a point with nearly nine minutes to play. Buggs' layup with 39 seconds left capped a 10-2 run and gave the Rainbow Warriors a 64-60 lead.

Bryson Williams tied a career high with 33 points for the Miners (8-3). Daryl Edwards added 12 points. Souley Boum had 10 points.

Hawaii plays No. 22 Washington in the semfinals, and UTEP plays Ball State in a consolation game, Monday.

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