Team Stats

  • Field Goal %

    • SMC 32.8
    • 40.8 MEM
  • Three Point %

    • SMC 20.0
    • 33.3 MEM
  • Turnovers

    • SMC 13
    • 15 MEM
  • Rebounds

    • SMC 43
    • 36 MEM

Game Information

Coverage: CBS
The Palace of Auburn Hills
  • Auburn Hills, Michigan 48326
  • Line: MEM -1.5
Referees: Roger Ayers, Dwayne Gladden, Gene Steratore
3/22/2013 Associated Press

Memphis holds on to edge feisty Saint Mary's

Matthew Dellavedova's 3-pointer from the right wing sailed long as time expired, allowing sixth-seeded Memphis to hold on for a 54-52 win over 11th-seeded Saint Mary's on Thursday.

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Memphis322254

Game Flow

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Shot Chart

Research Notes

  • Thursday was the fifth time in 57 all-time NCAA Tournament games that Memphis held its opponent to 52 or fewer points ... and two of the previous instances happened before the shot clock was introduced.

  • The Memphis Tigers won in Josh Pastner's third trip to the Men's Basketball Championship, helping Pastner avoid becoming the first Memphis coach to lose his first three NCAA Tournament games.

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