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Georgetown vs. Charlotte halftime notes

The Hoyas are out in front after the first 20 minutes.

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In a do-or-die situation, the Georgetown Hoyas have responded awfully well. In spite of a 13-2 run by Charlotte to end the first half, Georgetown is ahead 32-29 after the first 20 minutes of action.

A balanced effort has put Georgetown ahead at the end of the first half. Isaac Copeland, D'Vauntes Smith-Rivera and Tre Campbell combined for 19 of the Hoyas' 32 points, with Copeland leading the way with eight. DSR is 3-for-5 from the field, as the senior from Indy has appeared to have gotten his shot back. Tre Campbell has six points at the end of the first half and was 2-for-3 from the 3-point line.

Braxton Ogbueze and Joseph Uchebo have assisted in pulling the 49ers back into the game. Ogbueze and Uchebo combined for 21 points as the junior from Charlotte in Ogbueze scoring 13 points on a 66.7 percent mark from the field.

Both teams are even at the 3-point line at 40 percent and it's the Hoyas who hold a lead in field goal percentage of 40.7 percent over Charlotte, who has 35.7 percent.

Georgetown holds a slim lead in points in the paint at 14-12 but have 10 bench points compared to Charlotte's four.

In regards to points per possession, there's not much to write home about. Charlotte has 0.879, while Georgetown has 0.970.