Final Four: Revealing halftime

By Jerry Palm - March 31, 2007

And I'm not talking about the dance teams. Unlike previous rounds of the tournament, we get a shot chart at halftime. Florida is playing right into UCLA's hands, yet still leads. Florida has taken only four shots inside the three point line. Four. One was by Hodge, which was a miss, and one was a 17-footer by Green, which went in. The Gators also have ten turnovers to one for the Bruins. So why are the Gators leading? UCLA is 0-3 from three point range and 9-29 overall. Also, Florida is killing them on the boards to the tune of 20-11, although there was only one offensive rebound in the entire half by either team (Alfred Aboya of UCLA, who missed a putback).

The second half is underway!

Posted by Jerry Palm at 10:03 PM on March 31, 2007

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