Team Stats

  • Field Goal %

    • LAS 49.1
    • 47.6 MISS
  • Three Point %

    • LAS 39.1
    • 21.1 MISS
  • Turnovers

    • LAS 12
    • 14 MISS
  • Rebounds

    • LAS 36
    • 48 MISS

Game Information

Coverage: truTV
Sprint Center
  • Kansas City, Missouri 64999
  • Line: MISS -3.0
Attendance: 18,498
Referees: Mike Eades, David Hall, Tim Clougherty
3/25/2013 Associated Press

No. 13 seed La Salle slips Ole Miss to advance

Tyrone Garland banked home a scooping layup with 2 seconds left and 13th-seeded La Salle beat Mississippi 76-74 on Sunday, vaulting the Explorers to their deepest run in the NCAA tournament since they played for the championship in 1955.

La Salle403676
Ole Miss383674

Game Flow

- 0th Half





Shot Chart

Research Notes

  • Marshall Henderson had 32 offensive touches in each of his two games in the 2013 Men's Basketball Championship and passed only nine times each game. Henderson was 14-of-42 shooting (33.3 percent) in the tournament and had three more turnovers than assists.

  • La Salle shot 65.2 percent and averaged 1.64 points per possession against Ole Miss' zone defense Sunday. The Rebels limited their opponents to 24.2 percent shooting when playing man defense in the 2013 Men's Basketball Championship, but only played man on 11 of La Salle's 27 half-court possessions in the second half.

  • Tyrone Garland's layup with three seconds remaining Sunday gave La Salle its second consecutive two-point win in the 2013 Men's Basketball Championship. Garland became the third player in this year's tournament to make a game-winning shot in the final 10 seconds, joining Aaron Craft and Vander Blue. The Explorers have controlled the final five minutes in their last two tournament games.

  • La Salle and Florida Gulf Coast both made the Sweet 16. This is the first time ever that two teams seeded 13 or lower are in the Sweet 16.


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