DES MOINES, Iowa -- Liam Robbins poured in a career-high 29 points, adding seven rebounds and three blocked shots as Drake defeated Bradley 73-60 Wednesday night.
Drake opened the second half with a quick 9-1 run to push the game out of reach with an 18-point lead. Robbins scored four of the nine.
The win broke a two-game skid for the Bulldogs and moved them into a tie for fifth place in the MVC with Bradley.
Bradley's top scorer and rebounder, Elijah Childs (14.2 ppg, 9.1 rpg), has missed 12 of the last 13 games with a hand injury.
Drake matches up against Northern Iowa on the road on Saturday. Bradley matches up against Evansville at home on Sunday.
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