PEIORIA, Ill. -- Darrell Brown had 19 points to lead five Bradley players in double figures as the Braves edged past Missouri State 83-79 in overtime on Wednesday night.
Childs' two free throws with 37 seconds left in overtime gave Bradley an 81-79 lead and Henry's dunk with five seconds left capped the scoring.
The Braves improve to 2-0 against the Bears this season. Bradley defeated Missouri State 91-78 on Jan. 15.
Bradley (19-9, 10-5) plays at Valparaiso on Saturday. Missouri State plays Loyola of Chicago at home on Saturday.
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