Final Four Details

Saturday, April 1, 2006


South Carolina
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Showing the different paces they play, UCLA averages
7.7 fewer FG attempts against on defense but Memphis
attempts 7.7 more per game

makes 2.0 percent more of their shots per game, but George Mason holds foes to
1.2 less

George Mason is a perfect 7-0 this year against
teams called for less than 17 fouls per game

is 9-1 this year when allowing 65 points or less in consecutive games

is 10-1 in all tournament games this year

UCLA has gone under 12-2 this year if they are
4-1 in their last five SU



Mercury News

Unfortunately for the Bruins, they might not be at full
strength up front. Friday morning, starting center Ryan Hollins
incurred a bruise above his right knee during the morning practice at the RCA
Dome. He has swelling and was expected to spend much of Friday night and this
morning getting ice and stimulation treatments. Thursday, reserve center
Lorenzo Mata broke his nose in practice. Trainer Tony Spino
snapped the cartilage back into place, and Mata will play wearing a protective

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