NEW YORK — Playing before a national television audience and at Madison Square Garden for the first time in his life, Stephen Curry was in the perfect position to once again wow America with his shooting prowess.Unfortunately for Curry, many of his long-range bombs were clanking off the rim as time wound down against West Virginia in the Jimmy V Classic. “I was pretty frustrated,” Curry said. “Those are shots I usually make. It didn’t help that it was when they were coming back in the game.” Read the full story here. In the 2nd game, No. 6 Texas downed No. 15 Villanova behind 26 points from AJ Abrams. Read about it here. In Newark, Seton Hall got 25 points apiece from Eugene Harvey and Jeremy Hazell to down Cal Baptist, 92-80. Harvey scored his 1,000th career point as the Pirates improved to 7-1.