Oliver, number two in grey, with arms raised and ball in hand just about to shoot.

Oliver’s 9-1 Shares Top Honors At PIT

Oliver, number two in grey, with arms raised and ball in hand just about to shoot.

Adrian Oliver made 45.0percent of his field goal tries at the Portsmouth Invitational Tournament. (Photo by Terrell Lloyd)

San Jose State University men’s basketball guard Adrian Oliver was one of two players in the 64-player Portsmouth Invitational Tournament (PIT) with an individual best 9-to-1 assist-to-turnover ratio as K&D Landscaping won the 2011 event.

Picking up its third win in three nights, K&D Rounds Landscaping topped the Cherry, Baekert & Holland team, 110-93. K&D’s point total was the most in the 12-game PIT format.

For the week, Oliver averaged 6.7 points and 3.0 assists per game and made 45.0 percent of his field goal attempts. His nine assists tied for second on the team with 6-foot-4 Blake Hoffarber from the University of Minnesota.