Wmilwaukee 27 23 50
Depaul 45 39 84
Date of game: 12/9/2012

Recap: DePaul vs. Milwaukee

Rosemont, IL (Sports Network) - Donnavan Kirk paced four teammates in double figures with 14 points as the DePaul Blue Demons made easy work of the Milwaukee Panthers, 84-50, in a non-conference tilt at Allstate Arena.

Jamee Crockett and Brandon Young scored 13 points apiece for the Blue Demons (6-3), who have won four in a row. Cleveland Melvin chipped in 11 points, and Worrel Clahar tallied a career-high 10 assists, eight rebounds, and four steals.

Milwaukee (3-7) shot just 25.8 percent from the field, with only Paris Gulley scoring in double figures with 14 points.

DePaul shot 50 percent from the floor in the first half as it got out to a 45-27 lead at intermission.

The Blue Demons led by as many as 41 after halftime.

DePaul won the rebounding battle, 47-39. Neither team shot well from beyond the arc, with the Blue Demons making 2-of-15 three-pointer attempts while Milwaukee shot 1-of-17 from long range.

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