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The Miami Hurricanes play their first game at home in almost three weeks on Wednesday night as they host the La Salle Explorers. Where can fans watch or listen to the game?
The Miami Hurricanes return home for their first game since Dec. 14 as they host the La Salle Explorers at the BankUnited Center on Wednesday night. The Hurricanes hope to snap a two-game losing streak after losing to the Arizona Wildcats and the Indiana St. Sycamores at the Diamond Head Classic in Hawaii.
Wednesday's game will be the first time since Dec. 9, 1970 that the Hurricanes will play the Explorers. Coming into the game the Hurricanes are led in scoring by Durand Scott at 15.6 points per game and Shane Larkin at 13.1. Larkin also leads the team in assists with 3.7 per game. Leading the Hurricanes in rebounding is Reggie Johnson, with 10.1 boards per game.
Tip off for the game is scheduled for 9 p.m. The game will be broadcast on Fox Sports South with a streaming option on ESPN3.com. Radio coverage will be provided by 560 AM WQAM and 90.5 WVUM.