Team Stats

  • Field Goal %

    • LOU41.9
    • 40.0SYR
  • Three Point %

    • LOU32.0
    • 23.5SYR
  • Turnovers

    • LOU15
    • 15SYR
  • Rebounds

    • LOU46
    • 38SYR

Game Information

Carrier Dome
Coverage: ESPN
  • Syracuse, New York 13290
  • Line: LOU -3.0
  • Over/Under: 142
Mike Roberts, John Gaffney, Michael Stephens
2/14/2017 Associated Press

No. 8 Louisville outlasts Syracuse in overtime, 76-72

No. 8 Louisville scored 10 consecutive points in overtime, including five straight by Anas Mahmoud, to outlast Syracuse 76-72 on Monday night.

12OTT
Louisville29291876
Syracuse25331472

Game Flow

LOU
SYR
0:00 - OT

LOU

76

SYR

72

End of Game

Shot Chart

  • Mangok Mathiang missed Layup.
  • Quentin Snider made Three Point Jumper.
  • Deng Adel missed Three Point Jumper.
  • Deng Adel made Three Point Jumper. Assisted by Donovan Mitchell.
  • Quentin Snider missed Jumper.
  • Anas Mahmoud made Jumper.
  • Jaylen Johnson missed Jumper.
  • Mangok Mathiang made Layup. Assisted by Quentin Snider.
  • Deng Adel made Three Point Jumper. Assisted by Donovan Mitchell.
  • Ray Spalding missed Layup.
  • Donovan Mitchell made Dunk. Assisted by Quentin Snider.
  • Ray Spalding missed Layup.
  • Mangok Mathiang made Layup.
  • Quentin Snider missed Three Point Jumper.
  • Mangok Mathiang missed Layup.
  • Deng Adel missed Jumper.
  • Donovan Mitchell missed Jumper.
  • Jaylen Johnson missed Layup.
  • Donovan Mitchell made Layup.
  • Quentin Snider missed Jumper.
  • Jaylen Johnson made Dunk.
  • Quentin Snider missed Three Point Jumper.
  • Ryan McMahon missed Three Point Jumper.
  • Anas Mahmoud missed Jumper.
  • Anas Mahmoud made Layup.
  • Quentin Snider missed Three Point Jumper.
  • John Gillon missed Three Point Jumper.
  • Tyus Battle missed Three Point Jumper.
  • Tyler Roberson made Layup. Assisted by Tyler Lydon.
  • Tyler Lydon made Jumper.
  • John Gillon missed Jumper.
  • Tyler Lydon made Three Point Jumper. Assisted by John Gillon.
  • Andrew White III made Layup.
  • John Gillon missed Three Point Jumper.
  • Tyler Lydon missed Three Point Jumper.
  • Tyus Battle made Jumper.
  • Andrew White III missed Three Point Jumper.
  • Tyler Lydon made Jumper. Assisted by Tyler Roberson.
  • Andrew White III missed Three Point Jumper.
  • Taurean Thompson made Layup.
  • Andrew White III missed Three Point Jumper.
  • Andrew White III made Jumper.
  • Andrew White III missed Three Point Jumper.
  • Tyus Battle missed Three Point Jumper.
  • Tyler Lydon missed Three Point Jumper.
  • Frank Howard made Layup.
  • Frank Howard missed Three Point Jumper.
  • Andrew White III missed Jumper.
  • Andrew White III missed Jumper.
  • John Gillon missed Three Point Jumper.
  • Andrew White III made Layup.
  • Andrew White III missed Jumper.
  • Tyler Lydon missed Jumper.
  • John Gillon missed Three Point Jumper.
  • John Gillon missed Jumper.
  • Andrew White III missed Three Point Jumper.
  • Andrew White III made Three Point Jumper. Assisted by Tyler Roberson.
  • Andrew White III missed Three Point Jumper.
  • Andrew White III missed Three Point Jumper.

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