The Harvard Crimson basketball team lead their arch rival, the Princeton Tigers at halftime by a score of 27-22. At 21-2 and 7-0 in the conference the Crimson sit atop the Ivy League standings, leading the Tigers by 3.5 games. A win on Saturday would extend Harvard's winning streak to 10 and mark their second impressive road victory in as many days. They defeated the Penn Quakers by six in their building on Friday night.
Harvard shot 41 percent from the floor in the first half, including three of eight from beyond the arch. They have yet to attempt a free throw and the Tigers have only attempted two. Crimson forward Keith Wright leads the game in scoring with 10 points on six shots. He also has six rebounds and two steals.
The second half of the game can be seen on ESPNU.
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