Former Maryland star Terrell Stoglin poured in 60 points to lead Hunan past Luoyang 123-102 in the decisive Game 5 of the China NBL playoff quarterfinals.
The 6-1 guard sank a whopping 7 threes, while shooting 47 percent (7-of-15) from behind the arc and making 17-of-19 from the line.
Stoglin also had 11 rebounds, 6 assists, and 3 steals in the game.
Arinze Onuaku (Syracuse) added 16 points and 17 rebounds for Hunan, which won the series 3-2 and advances to the NBL playoff semifinals.
For Luoyang, Ater Majok (UConn) had 26 points with 22 rebounds, while Ye Zhao added 26 points in the season-ending loss.
But the star of the game was Stoglin, who is averaging an eye-popping 43.9 points and 4.8 assists this season for Hunan.
He comes from the Lebanese LBL league, where he averaged 33.7 points for Sagesse this season.
A college star at the University of Maryland, Stoglin led the team in scoring as a sophomore in 2011-12, when he averaged 21.6 points and became the Terp’s first ACC scoring champ since Joe Smith in 1995.
Undrafted, Stoglin has played overseas in France (Cholet Basket), Greece (Ilysiakos), Italy (Openjobmetis VA), Poland (Stelmet), Turkey (Adanaspor) and the Ukraine (Azovmash).
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