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South Carolina Gamecocks women's basketball looks to make it two for two in Hawaii against Cal State Bakersfield

The Gamecocks continue their trip to Honolulu with their second of three games in as many days.

Kelvin Kuo-USA TODAY Sports

#2 South Carolina Gamecocks vs. Cal State Bakersfield Roadrunners

Saturday, November 28, 2015 | 6:30 p.m. ET

Stan Sheriff Center, Honolulu, Hawaii

TV/live stream: None

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Three-Point Preview

  1. No rest for the weary: this is the second of three games in three days for the South Carolina Gamecocks in the Rainbow Wahine Showdown and the third of a four-game road trip. After Hawaii tomorrow, it's a six-game break before Duke comes into Colonial Life Arena a week from tomorrow for a 2pm tip on ESPN2. The Gamecocks sneaked past #16 Arizona State 60-58 last night as A'ja Wilson sank a pair of free throws with six-tenths of a second left.
  2. The Roadrunners are entering tonight's game with a 1-3 mark. Their only win thus far was a 90-88 overtime win over San Jose State at home. Entering this one, their big player through the first four games has been Babate Zempare, who has averaged a double-double thus far (16.8 ppg, 14.0 rpg). Behind her is Erika Williams (14.3 ppg). The Roadrunners are familiar with one of the Gamecocks' previous opponents, UCLA; the Bruins beat CSUB last year en route to the WNIT title.
  3. Obligatory "the weather is so much better in Hawaii than it is here" mention: there's really no such thing as "winter" over in the islands. I had a chance to take a look at the forecast for today (where it will be 1:30 locally at tipoff) and the high is 82 with partly cloudy skies. Tomorrow's high: 81 under mostly sunny skies.