ROCHESTER HILLS, Mich. -- Xavier Hill-Mais scored 31 points with 13 rebounds and his 3-pointer with 27 seconds left in the second overtime carried Oakland to a 92-88 win on Sunday.
Hill-Mais -- who finished a point shy of tying his career high -- followed his 3-pointer with a pair of foul shots for an 89-86 lead with 10 seconds left. The Golden Grizzlies (12-17, 7-9 Horizon League) made 3 of 4 from the line to seal the win.
Hill-Mais tied it at 80 with four seconds left in the first overtime when he rebounded Tray Maddox Jr.'s missed free throw and laid it in. Kameron Hankerson made two foul shots with 12 seconds left in overtime for an 80-77 Green Bay lead. PJ Pipes fouled Maddox who made the first free throw but missed the second. JayQuan McCloud missed a 3-attempt at the buzzer.
Daniel Oladapo made two foul shots with 27 seconds left and the Grizzlies knotted it at 71 to force the first overtime. Playing for the last shot, McCloud missed a jumper with two seconds remaining.
Oladapo finished with 17 rebounds and a career-high 17 rebounds.
McCloud led Green Bay (14-15, 9-7) with 26 points.
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