Marquette's Jae Crowder, the Big East player of the year, scored 25 points to lead the East team. His Golden Eagles lost to Florida in the NCAA West Regional semifinals, but Crowder's next stop likely will be in the NBA after June's draft.
"I'm just starting working out, working on my skills, get it up to the highest level it can be," said Crowder, who will begin training in Florida on Tuesday. "Whatever happens, happens."
John Shurna scored 12 points, and Henry Sims, Scott Machado, and Mitchell Watt had 11 apiece for the East.
Ricardo Ratliffe of Missouri led the West with 21 points, which also got 16 points from Chace Stanback, 15 points and 18 rebounds from Wendell McKines, and 10 apiece from Casper Ware and Bradford Burgess.
Crowder hit a contested layup, and Moore added two free throws that put the East up, 101-97, with 30 seconds left. On the next possession, Ware missed a three-pointer and a layup before Ratliffe finally scored to cut it two with seven seconds left.
Crowder was fouled, hitting both free throws with Machado shouting "It's over!" as Crowder sank the second.
CBI title game. Tray Woodall scored 17 points, and Pittsburgh beat Washington State, 71-65, to win the College Basketball Invitational title.
Lamar Patterson had 14 points, eight rebounds, and five assists while being named the tournament's most valuable player.
Reggie Moore led Washington State with 18 points.
Walker charged. Florida guard Erving Walker has been charged with stealing a taco and running from Gainesville police.
Walker, a senior who ranks first in school history in assists, was arrested and given a notice to appear in court early Friday. He was charged with petty theft and resisting an officer without violence, both misdemeanors. He was not taken to jail.