Uconn vs San Diego State Highlights 2011





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Published on Mar 25, 2011

Junior guard Kemba Walker torched San Diego State for 36 points as
No. 3 seed UConn held on to beat No. 2 San Diego State 74-67 in a West Region
semifinal Thursday.

The Huskies (29-9) will face the Duke-Arizona winner in the Elite Eight on
Saturday. The Aztecs (34-3) had no answer for Walker, who outscored them 14-3 in
one second-half spurt and made 12-of-25 shots.

Freshman Jeremy Lamb added 24 points on 9-of-11 shooting.

San Diego State, which trailed by nine with under five minutes left, closed
within one behind a pair of D.J. Gay 3-pointers. But Lamb hit a back-breaking
three with 1:39 left.

Aztecs star Kawhi Leonard picked up an early technical and was plagued by
foul trouble. He finished with 12 points and nine rebounds. Gay scored 16, Billy
White 14 and Malcolm Thomas 13.

The Aztecs killed themselves at the foul line, making 6 of 13. They also
committed two costly technicals.

UConn, which closed the first half on a 19-5 run to lead 36-27, won its
eighth straight and ended the best season in San Diego State history.

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