VALENCIA, Spain — Abdel Nader scored 22 points and Georges Niang added 18 as ISU trounced the Valencia All-Stars 96-52 Friday night in game two of a four-game European swing.
Jameel McKay and Hallice Cooke scored 10 points apiece in the first half alone, helping the Cyclones build a 57-19 lead.
McKay finished with 14 points and Monté Morris added 11. Cooke and Matt Thomas chipped in 10 apiece.
ISU rebounded from an 82-77 loss to the Venezuelan National team — and celebrated the win with dinner on the beach.