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Topic - Jim Larranaga
Garrius Adams saved his best performance for his last regular season home game.
Clemson keeps pulling out the close ones and it has them on the cusp of an historic season and perhaps on to the edge of the NCAA tournament bubble.
London Perrantes scored a career-high 15 points in a 65-40 victory over Miami for Virginia's 12th consecutive win.
London Perrantes has earned rave reviews all over the ACC for his poise as a freshman point guard for No. 12 Virginia.
Dez Wells hadn't missed a shot all night, and with the game tied and the clock winding down, Maryland's leading scorer had no intention of finally clanging one off the rim.
Dez Wells drilled the tiebreaking 3-pointer with 5.9 seconds left to provide Maryland with a 74-71 victory over Miami on Wednesday night.
With Syracuse and Miami going at it zone to zone, the Orange made the last stand.
The Miami Hurricanes dug an early 18-point deficit against No. 2 Syracuse, and went 7½ minutes without a basket down the stretch. Even so, they flirted with an upset Saturday before losing to the Orange, 64-52.
Celebrity spectator Dwyane Wade amused the Duke-Miami crowd at halftime Wednesday by taking some shots from half-court, including several with his back to the basket.
With defense dominant in a seesaw game, Florida State finally found a way to pull away - by making every shot.
When the season began, the Miami Hurricanes' man-to-man defense was so bad that coach Jim Larranaga ordered his team to play zone for an entire game, something he had never done before.
SYRACUSE, N.Y. (AP) — Miami coach Jim Larranaga loves stats, and one stood out above all the rest as he prepared his Hurricanes for No. 2 Syracuse.
Jim Larranaga seems set at Miami for the rest of his career.
Jim Larranaga made his mark as a basketball coach years ago at places like Bowling Green and George Mason. This season, with his Miami Hurricanes enjoying unprecedented success, Larranaga showed he has impressive footwork.
Some get paid millions to try and solve the riddle facing the Michigan coaching staff at the Final Four this weekend.
"If we were able to cash in on those it would have been a much different ending," Larranaga said.
"I think both teams were playing very conservatively in trying to get something going and the defense was pretty good," Miami coach Jim Larranaga said.