ATLANTA -- Joe Dukes scored 18 points off the bench and Georgia State defeated Delaware 70-67 on Saturday.
Down 64-62 with 3:36 left to play, Georgia State (7-17, 5-8 Colonial Athletic Association) scored six unanswered points -- including four from Dukes -- to take a 68-64 lead with 1:06 to play. Dukes hit a jumper with 16 seconds to go for a 70-66 Panthers' advantage and Delaware's Marc Egerson scored the game's final point on a free throw with 9 seconds left.
Dukes, the Panthers leading scorer (13 points per game), was 7 of 9 from the field. Georgia State shot 60 percent in the second half (15 of 25).
Delaware (10-15, 4-9), which took a 37-30 lead into halftime, led 39-30 with 17:37 left in the game.
Dillon Brooks, who led Oregon with 16.7 points per game last season, will opt out of the NBA draft process and return to the Ducks, a source told ESPN.
Mississippi State freshman guard Malik Newman will withdraw from the NBA draft, but sources told ESPN he might explore other opportunities besides returning to Mississippi State.
Seton Hall sophomore Isaiah Whitehead will stay in the NBA draft and not return for his junior season.