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NCAA BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT : THE FINAL FOUR

STATISTICS ARKANSAS

Player FG FT Reb Ast Pts Day .491 .750 5.3 2.6 19.3 Mayberry .515 .792 2.9 5.2 14.6 Howell .543 .760 5.4 1.9 13.8 Miller .643 .654 6.3 1.4 11.4 Huery .464 .802 3.0 2.5 10.1 Credit .571 .795 3.9 0.4 9.5 Bowers .390 .794 1.8 2.4 5.6 Hawkins .538 .733 1.8 0.9 4.0 Murry .407 .600 1.2 1.5 4.0 Marks .554 .444 2.4 0.2 3.9 Whitby .237 .875 0.4 0.7 1.4 Linn .250 .500 0.3 0.1 0.5 Arkansas .507 .733 34.6 19.1 95.9 Opp. .449 .706 37.4 15.3 79.3

3-Point Field Goals: 191-479, .398 (Day 67-168, .398; Mayberry 65-125, .520; Murry 19-56, .339; Huery 17-51, .333; Bowers 11-33, .333; Whitby 6-26, .230; Howell 4-10, .400; Hawkins 1-2, .500; Linn 1-4, .250; Miller 0-4, .000). DUKE

Player FG FT Reb Ast Pts Henderson .473 .826 3.7 2.3 18.1 Laettner .510 .841 3.5 2.2 16.3 Abdelnaby .616 .778 6.7 0.8 14.9 Brickey .500 .689 5.3 2.0 11.8 Hurley .358 .778 1.9 7.8 9.2 McCaffrey .455 .790 0.7 0.9 6.6 Davis .488 .636 2.1 0.7 5.0 Koubek .454 .707 2.5 0.5 4.9 Hill .529 .629 2.2 0.8 3.7 Buckley .444 .789 1.3 0.1 2.1 Cook .444 .762 0.3 0.7 2.0 Palmer .478 .429 2.2 0.1 1.4 Duke .489 .764 37.7 17.7 89.3 Opp. .448 .692 36.7 15.4 75.7

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3-Point Field Goals: 152-381, .398 (Henderson 75-176, .426; Hurley 41-113, .362; Koubek 19-45, .422; McCaffrey 8-25, .320; Laettner 6-12, .500; Hill 3-7, .421; Brickey 0-2, .000; Cook 0-2, .000). NEVADA LAS VEGAS

Player FG FT Reb Ast Pts Johnson .627 .760 11.6 2.1 20.7 Butler .486 .721 7.5 1.9 16.2 Hunt .472 .670 2.2 4.0 15.4 Augmon .546 .669 7.0 3.6 14.1 Anthony .458 .693 3.1 7.5 11.1 Scurry .518 .561 3.8 0.9 7.9 Bice .485 .750 0.6 1.4 4.6 Young .372 .680 2.1 1.0 4.2 Jones .511 .550 3.0 0.3 3.8 Cvijanovich .357 .893 1.1 2.0 2.5 Jeter .367 .556 1.8 0.3 1.6 Rice .316 .500 0.3 0.2 1.2 Emerzian .000 .000 0.4 0.1 0.0 UNLV .504 .699 42.2 23.2 93.3 Opp. .421 .690 39.4 16.8 78.5

3-Point Field Goals: 242-661 .366 (Hunt 90-242, .371; Anthony 42-115, .365; Bice 36-74, .486; Young 30-95, .315; Augmon 15-49, .306; Cvijanovich 14-37, .378; Johnson 10-35, .285; Rice 5-12, .416; Jones 0-1, .000; Scurry 0-1, .000). GEORGIA TECH

Player FG FT Reb Ast Pts Scott .465 .799 6.7 2.1 27.7 Oliver .516 .723 6.1 3.2 21.2 Anderson .516 .736 5.4 8.1 20.7 Mackey .558 .441 7.6 0.5 7.3 McNeil .602 .780 5.2 0.7 5.9 Brown .354 .662 1.9 3.1 3.8 Barnes .462 .583 1.4 0.1 1.6 Munlyn .323 .435 1.6 0.3 1.0 Domalik .250 .500 0.3 0.3 0.9 White .250 1.000 0.4 0.1 0.7 Ga. Tech .495 .711 38.6 18.1 88.7 Opp. .455 .703 38.3 17.4 80.5

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3-Point Field Goals: 252-624, .403 (Scott 130-317, .410; Oliver 57-144, .395; Anderson 47-113, .415; Brown 14-37, .378; Domalik 4-12, .333; White 0-1, .000). ROSTERS ARKANSAS

No Player Pos Yr Hgt Wgt 3 Warren Linn G-F Fr 6-5 190 10 Todd Day G-F So 6-7 200 11 Lee Mayberry G So 6-2 170 14 Ernie Murry G Jr 6-1 175 20 Arlyn Bowers G Jr 5-10 165 21 Darrell Hawkins F So 6-5 200 22 Cannon Whitby G Sr 6-0 160 24 Lenzie Howell F Sr 6-5 205 25 Oliver Miller C So 6-9 270 31 Ron Huery F Jr 6-7 200 42 Larry Marks F Jr 6-7 240 55 Mario Credit C Sr 6-9 235

Head Coach: Nolan Richardson DUKE

No Player Pos Yr Hgt Wgt 3 Phil Henderson G Sr 6-5 180 5 Billy McCaffrey G Fr 6-3 175 11 Bobby Hurley G Fr 6-0 150 13 Joe Cook G Jr 6-2 195 21 Robert Brickey F Sr 6-5 205 22 Greg Koubek F Jr 6-6 205 23 Brian Davis G-F So 6-6 185 25 Thomas Hill G-F Fr 6-4 190 30 Alaa Abdelnaby C Sr 6-10 240 32 Christian Laettner F So 6-11 225 34 Crawford Palmer C So 6-9 225 45 Clay Buckley F-C Jr 6-10 225

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Head Coach: Mike Krzyzewski NEVADA LAS VEGAS

No Player Pos Yr Hgt Wgt 00 David Butler C Sr 6-10 200 4 Larry Johnson F Jr 6-7 250 5 S. Cvijanovich G Sr 6-3 200 12 Anderson Hunt G So 6-1 176 13 Travis Bice G So 6-4 152 15 Brian Emerzian G So 5-11 165 30 Dave Rice G Jr 6-4 205 32 Stacey Augmon F Jr 6-8 206 33 Barry Young F Jr 6-7 223 34 James Jones C Sr 6-8 220 35 Moses Scurry F Sr 6-7 220 50 Greg Anthony G Jr 6-2 190 53 Chris Jeter F Jr 6-8 216

Head Coach: Jerry Tarkanian GEORGIA TECH No Player Pos Yr Hgt Wgt 3 Brian Domalik G Jr 5-11 164 4 Dennis Scott G-F Jr 6-8 229 5 Karl Brown G Sr 6-2 187 12 Kenny Anderson G Fr 6-2 166 13 Brian Oliver G Sr 6-4 211 14 Greg White G So 6-2 168 15 Darryl Barnes F Fr 6-8 202 24 James Munlyn C Jr 6-11 228 32 Malcolm Mackey F Fr 6-10 243 44 Johnny McNeil F-C Sr 6-9 233 Head Coach: Bobby Cremins GAME-BY-GAME RESULTS ARKANSAS (30-4)

97 Samford 67 102 Oregon 75 105 at South Alabama 90 90 Mississippi 76 166 USIU 101 88 Missouri 89 91 Bethune Cookman 61 92 VMI 61 117 Delaware St. 75 93 at UNLV 101 82 at Houston 78 92 at Texas Tech 75 99 Baylor 84 93 TCU 79 80 at SMU 61 100 at Texas A&M; 84 100 Houston 89 109 Texas 100 109 at UAB 95 70 at Rice 66 103 at Texas 96OT 100 Texas Tech 77 77 at Baylor 82 79 at TCU 81 77 SMU 46 114 Texas A&M; 100 104 Rice 80

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Southwest Conference Tournament

84 SMU 61 115 Baylor 75 96 Houston 84

NCAA Tournament

68 Princeton 64 86 Dayton 84 96 North Carolina 73 88 Texas 85

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DUKE (28-8)

130 Harvard 54 102 Canisius 66 103 at Northwestern 77 76 Syracuse 78 108 at Michigan 113OT 89 at Davidson 44 74 Washington at Honolulu 64 101 Drake at Honolulu 77 95 Cincinnati at Honolulu 83 87 at Hawaii 75 108 Citadel 69 76 Virginia 68 96 at Georgia Tech 91 91 Maryland 80 60 at North Carolina 79 97 at Wake Forest 69 109 at William & Mary 76 85 North Carolina St. 82OT 88 Georgia Tech 86 94 Clemson 80 88 Notre Dame 76 69 at Virginia 72 114 at Maryland 111OT 102 at Stetson 67 84 East Carolina 51 71 Wake Forest 56 71 at North Carolina St 76 78 Arizona 76 93 at Clemson 97 75 North Carolina 87

Atlantic Coast Conference Tournament

104 at Maryland 84 72 Georgia Tech 83

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NCAA Tournament

81 Richmond 46 76 St. John’s 72 90 UCLA 81 79 Connecticut 78OT

GEORGIA TECH (28-6)

108 Georgia St. 83 87 Richmond 74 93 Pittsburgh 92 101 North Carolina A&T; 87 92 Georgia 89 109 Coastal Carolina 82 98 Morehead 76 111 Pittsburgh 92 86 Marist 77 91 at Wake Forest 79 91 Duke 96 92 North Carolina St. 85 59 Temple 57 79 at Virginia 81OT 90 at Clemson 91 86 at Duke 88 102 North Carolina 75 90 at Maryland 84 79 Wake Forest 70 94 at Louisville 84 80 Maryland 78 83 at Fordham 78 95 at North Carolina St 92OT 71 Virginia 73 88 at Notre Dame 80OT 79 at North Carolina 81 85 Clemson 69

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Atlantic Coast Conference Tournament

76 North Carolina St. 67 83 Duke 72 70 Virginia 61

NCAA Tournament

99 East Tennessee St. 83 94 LSU 91 81 Michigan St. 80OT 93 Minnesota 91

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NEVADA LAS VEGAS (33-5)

102 Loyola Marymount 91 101 California 81 77 at Kansas 91 88 DePaul 53 81 at Oklahoma 89 79 at Pacific 65 97 Iowa 80 78 CS Long Beach 58 101 Arkansas 93 94 CS Fullerton 66 100 at San Jose St. 80 82 at New Mexico St. 83 82 at Temple 76 84 at Fresno St. 75 103 UC Irvine 67 86 at CS Long Beach 77 69 UC Santa Barbara 67 105 at LSU 107 124 Utah St. 90 88 North Carolina St. 82 105 San Jose St. 69 116 Pacific 76 100 Oklahoma St. 84 69 Fresno St. 64 109 New Mexico St. 86 95 Arizona 87 99 at UC Irvine 77 91 Louisville 81 70 at UC Santa Barbara 78 84 at Utah St. 82 103 at CS Fullerton 85

Big West Conference Tournament

115 CS Fullerton 93 99 Pacific 72 92 CS Long Beach 74

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NCAA Tournament

102 Arkansas Little Rock 72 76 Ohio St. 65 69 Ball St. 67 131 Loyola Marymount 101

HOW CLOSE HAS IT BEEN? The 1990 NCAA Basketball Tournament is considered the most competitive in its history. Here are some facts that show how close play has been in the tournament. Games decided by four points or less: 29 Games decided by three points or less:: 23 Games decided by two points or less: 17 Games decided by one point: 7 Games decided in overtime: 5 Games decided on a successful shot as time ran out: 5 Games in which the losing team had a chance to win or tie the game but missed a shot, had a shot blocked, or had a play broken up as time ran out: 13


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