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Lahaina Civic Center, Lahaina, Hawaii Attendance: 2,400
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LAHAINA, Hawaii (AP) - Bryce Brown scored 19 points, Malik Dunbar added 15 and No. 8 Auburn pulled away from Arizona to win the Maui Invitational third-place game 73-57 Wednesday night.
Auburn (5-1) gave top-ranked Duke its first real test of the season in the semifinals before losing by six. The Tigers built a 10-point lead against Arizona, allowed the Wildcats to pull within one and took control with an 11-0 second-half run to go up 14.
Arizona (4-2) knocked off Iowa State in its opener before succumbing to No. 3 and eventual tournament champion Gonzaga's second-half onslaught in the semifinals. The Wildcats kept Auburn within reach until the Tigers' second-half run and could not make up the difference.
Brandon Randolph had 18 points and Justin Coleman 16 for Arizona.
Updated November 22, 2018