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SYRACUSE (25 - 8) vs. GEORGETOWN (25 - 5)
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Friday, 3/15/2013 7:00 PM
Big East Conference Tournament - Semifinals - New York, NY
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SYRACUSE - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games25-8-7.116-1311-1072.134.244.3%38.759.726.237.6%34.4
Road Games8-6-5.36-87-466.932.142.1%35.965.730.140.9%34.9
Last 5 Games3-2-1.22-32-261.429.241.5%34.459.627.040.4%32.6
Conference Games13-7-3.69-117-765.630.442.4%34.760.526.439.5%34.1
SYRACUSE Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)72.134.226-5944.3%6-1833.0%14-2068.3%391215169126
vs opponents surrendering64.429.723-5541.4%6-1833.0%13-1968.7%341013186144
Team Stats (Road Games)66.932.124-5742.1%6-1733.2%13-1966.4%361212198125
Stats Against (All Games)59.726.220-5437.6%6-2229.9%13-1968.0%341114187163
vs opponents averaging67.931.724-5543.4%6-1833.7%14-2069.3%351014177134
Stats Against (Road Games)65.730.121-5240.9%7-2133.1%17-2467.6%351115177133

GEORGETOWN - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games25-5+16.216-96-1264.930.945.9%32.755.724.937.7%31.4
Road Games9-4+8.69-34-664.328.845.7%32.557.925.037.9%31.8
Last 5 Games4-1+1.92-22-364.626.245.0%30.455.625.038.9%28.8
Conference Games15-4+13.214-44-963.930.345.6%
GEORGETOWN Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)64.930.923-5045.9%6-1636.3%13-1968.5%33815178134
vs opponents surrendering65.329.823-5641.5%6-1832.5%13-1969.1%341013187134
Team Stats (Road Games)64.328.824-5245.7%7-1738.8%11-1571.3%33715187133
Stats Against (All Games)55.724.919-5237.7%5-1830.2%11-1766.5%31911186143
vs opponents averaging68.331.824-5643.5%6-1733.3%14-2069.2%361013177134
Stats Against (Road Games)57.925.019-5137.9%6-1929.6%14-2166.3%32912167134
Average power rating of opponents played: SYRACUSE 76.7,  GEORGETOWN 76.9
SYRACUSE - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
1/26/2013@ VILLANOVA71-75L-7L136.5O21-6333.3%41724-5742.1%5014
2/2/2013@ PITTSBURGH55-65L4L127.5U18-4936.7%241424-5048.0%3920
2/4/2013NOTRE DAME63-47W-9W132.5U22-4548.9%321018-5234.6%2812
2/10/2013ST JOHNS77-58W-14W134.5O29-5453.7%301223-5541.8%3016
2/13/2013@ CONNECTICUT58-66L-4L135.5U23-6535.4%361021-4546.7%3818
2/16/2013@ SETON HALL76-65W-8.5W -24-6238.7%42419-4443.2%3211
2/25/2013@ MARQUETTE71-74L-1.5L131O29-6147.5%271220-4742.6%3312
3/6/2013DEPAUL78-57W-19W -26-6738.8%471020-5337.7%3818
3/9/2013@ GEORGETOWN39-61L1.5L121U15-4731.9%271421-5042.0%319
3/13/2013*SETON HALL75-63W-13.5L123O27-4856.2%29721-4151.2%1810

GEORGETOWN - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
1/30/2013SETON HALL74-52W-8.5W -24-5147.1%321414-4332.6%3125
2/2/2013ST JOHNS68-56W-8.5W121.5O27-5945.8%411220-6331.7%349
2/9/2013@ RUTGERS69-63W-5W -27-4757.4%291121-5438.9%288
2/15/2013@ CINCINNATI62-55W4W117.5U20-4841.7%321017-5431.5%3711
2/20/2013DEPAUL90-66W-13W -33-5263.5%311125-6538.5%3614
2/23/2013@ SYRACUSE57-46W8W124U19-5435.2%341217-5034.0%3616
2/27/2013@ CONNECTICUT79-78W-1T122.5O27-5747.4%281528-6642.4%3818
3/6/2013@ VILLANOVA57-67L0L122O23-5046.0%292316-3447.1%2617
SYRACUSE: Jim Boeheim's squad will look quite different without last year's two leading scorers Kris Joseph and Dion Waiters, plus Fab Melo no longer roaming the paint and Scoop Jardine not running the point anymore. Now is Brandon Triche's (9.4 PPG, 2.6 APG) time to shine as the senior leader of this squad. He'll be joined in the backcourt by Michael Carter-Williams (2.7 PPG, 2.1 APG) who displayed strong court vision in his limited duty last season (10.3 MPG). Freshman 6-foot-10 C DaJuan Coleman will be charged with replacing Melo from game one, and should be able to do that as one of the top recruits in the conference. He will be joined in the paint by fellow first-year player Jerami Grant, the son of former NBA player Harvey Grant. Throw in C.J. Fair (8.5 PPG, 5.4 RPG) and James Southerland (6.8 PPG, 34% 3-pt FG) on the wing and this team will have no shortage of assets as it tries to match last year's 17-1 Big East record.
GEORGETOWN: John Thompson III had three double-digit scorers last season: Jason Clark, Hollis Thompson and Henry Sims, who are all gone. That makes for a younger Hoyas squad that if it succeeds, it will be led by 6-foot-8 sophomore Otto Porter (9.7 PPG, 6.8 RPG). But he didn't even start last year, with the two returning starters being G Markel Starks (7.1 PPG) and F Nate Lubick (3.5 PPG, 3.9 RPG, 2.0 APG). Throw in freshman SG D'Vauntes Smith-Rivera and SF Stephen Domingo, this is a team filled with talent, but a dearth of experience.
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*Syracuse-Georgetown Preview* =============================

Syracuse (24-8) at Georgetown (24-5), 7:00 p.m. EDT

One side features names like Thompson, Ewing, Mourning and Iverson and the other has names such as Boeheim, Coleman, Washington and Anthony.

Sadly, there's only time for one more Big East meeting between two of the conference's flagship programs - Georgetown and Syracuse.

The historic matchup takes place in Friday night's tournament semifinals, with the No. 19 Orange looking to avenge two double-digit regular-season defeats to the fifth-ranked Hoyas.

With Syracuse (25-8) headed for the ACC and Georgetown (25-5) moving on to a new basketball-centric Big East, the Madison Square Garden marquee will feature these two programs for the final time as conference rivals.

The Hoyas cruised to a 61-39 home rout in Saturday's regular-season finale, marking the largest margin in this series since a 27-point Georgetown win in 1985 and the lowest point total for the Orange since 1962.

Hoyas great Patrick Ewing attended that contest while Derrick Coleman is among numerous Syracuse legends attending this tournament.

Top-seeded Georgetown advanced with Thursday's 62-43 victory over Cincinnati while No. 5 seed Syracuse has won twice this week, 75-63 over Seton Hall on Wednesday and 62-59 over No. 17 Pittsburgh on Thursday.

"Syracuse, I mean, it will be a great game," Georgetown star Otto Porter Jr. said. "I'm pretty sure they will want a rematch against us. I mean, it will be a terrific game to them."

Orange guard Brandon Triche was a freshman when his team swept the Hoyas in the regular season in 2009-10 before top-seeded Syracuse lost to eighth-seeded Georgetown in the conference tournament.

"I want it a lot," Triche said. "Them beating us twice, not too many teams have done that. I remember beating them twice, and the third time they beat us. That was in the Big East tournament. We're trying to pretty much return the favor."

Porter, the Big East player of the year, was spectacular with a career-high 33 points in a 57-46 victory at Syracuse on Feb. 23. The Orange shot 34.0 percent in that contest.

Georgetown was even stingier last weekend, limiting Syracuse to a season-low 31.9 percent. Porter finished with 10 points, eight rebounds and seven assists and Hoyas guard Markel Starks scored a game-high 19.

James Southerland endured one of the worst games of his career as he missed all eight shots and scored one point. The Hoyas could see a revitalized Southerland, with the senior forward scoring 20 points in each game in this tournament while shooting 12 of 15 from 3-point range.

Syracuse has made 21 3-pointers in its last two games after hitting 5 of 31 in the two meetings with Georgetown.

"We just didn't play well in either game," coach Jim Boeheim said. "They're too good. If you don't play well, they're going to beat you. Should be a great game."

Porter scored a game-high 18 points Thursday - going 11 for 11 on free throws - as the Hoyas won for the 13th time in 14 games. Freshman reserve D'Vauntes Smith-Rivera had 13 points, reaching double figures in a third straight game for the first time.

The Hoyas hold a 7-6 series lead in tournament meetings, with their 91-84 victory in the 2010 quarterfinals the most recent one.

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