VIDEO: Dellavedova's missed 3 helps Memphis advance
Saint Mary's nearly completed a tremendous last-minute comeback against Memphis.
Saint Mary's and Memphis nearly provided our first last-second winner of the NCAA tournament. The Gaels were down five points in the final 10 seconds but Eividas Petrulis banked in a 3-pointer with 3.1 seconds left -- and then Joe Jackson fumbled the ball out of bounds.
Matthew Dellavedova had one last chance to complete the comeback, but his 3-pointer went long and Memphis escaped, 54-52.
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