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Sean Kilpatrick's layup attempt danced tauntingly on the rim before falling away. His shot may have had a bit too much oomph.
Memphis coach Josh Pastner was pretty succinct in describing his team's ragged performance in the quarterfinals of the American Athletic Conference tournament.
Connecticut guard Shabazz Napier was named the American Athletic Conference's inaugural player of the year and Mick Cronin of Cincinnati was named the coach of the year on Wednesday.
Cincinnati guard Sean Kilpatrick, UConn guard Shabazz Napier and Louisville guard Russ Smith all are unanimous selections for the 2014 American Athletic Conference's all-league team.
A coin flip decided the top seed for the inaugural American Athletic Conference tournament. The competition to determine the league's player of the year also looks like a toss-up.
UConn's Shabazz Napier and Niels Giffey made their senior night one to remember.
Rutgers continued its struggles at Connecticut.
No. 11 Cincinnati held UConn without a basket for the last 7½ minutes on Saturday, but still couldn't find a way to beat the Huskies.
Down six points at halftime, Connecticut's Shabazz Napier gave his teammates an earful.