Lomax, a 6-foot senior guard, was injured in his left ankle when he got into it miserably after making a 3-pointer in the first half, and he screamed in pain. But he came back with 9 points, 5 rebounds and 5 assists. The 9th Tigers were defeated 64-53 in Portland, Oray, the 8th Boise State, 64-53. The Tigers will face the winning team in the match between Konsaka next Thursday. No. 1 overall seed, and no. 16 In the western region of the state of Georgia.
“Man, I’m feeling so much better now,” Lomax said in a television interview. “I’m so emotional, it’s been eight years since we came into the competition, and being able to get our first win from Memphis and being a part of it, I can do nothing but feel good. Now.”
After finishing 12th in Division I in the preseason, Memphis started 9-8 amid viral setbacks and mixed games. After losing to Southern Methodist in a conference game in January, it became national news when Hardway bombed members of the media after the game. Meanwhile, the much-respected newcomer Emoney Bates has left the team to seek treatment for back pain at home in Michigan. Without him in the cycle, Memphis have won 13 of their last 15 games and played very well.
6-foot-9 batsman, once compared to young Kevin Durand, Jan. He returned on Thursday for the first time since 27. He made his only attempt 3-pointer and finished with 3 points, no help and no rebounds. In three minutes.
De Andre Williams led the Memphis with 14 points and 5 rebounds, while Landers Nolly scored 12 points and 5 rebounds, while newcomer Jolan Duran conceded 10 points and 11 rebounds, turning Lomax’s large transfer to 60-53. Oregon transfer Abu Gigab, the Mountain West conference regular-season and tournament champion, came close to second-placed Boise State, finishing with the top 20 points.
“It means the world to me,” Lomax said when asked how Memphis won a competitive game. “I honestly didn’t expect to be here. Now that I’m here, I’m doing something better.”