2022 Tournament PreviewDespite exiting the WCC tournament against Gonzaga in the semifinals, San Francisco earned an at-large bid thanks a strong resume that includes a 25 NET rating, a 21 KenPom rating, a trio of Quad 1 wins and only one Quad 3-4 loss. The Dons defend the perimeter, allowing the ninth-lowest three-point percentage in the nation, while getting plenty of distance shooting on offense. Senior guards Jamaree Bouyea (16.7 ppg, 5.1 rpg, 4.0 apg) and Khalil Shabazz (14.0 ppg), who have made 68 and 78 three-pointers, respectively, each shoot at least 35 percent from long range, while Julian Rishwain (7.4 ppg) hits on 44.3 percent. The biggest question is the health of fifth-year senior and 6-9 center Yauhen Massalski (13.5 ppg, 9.4 rpg), who injured his knee in the conference tournament. But the Dons still played Gonzaga tight with 6-10 Duke transfer Patrick Tap (4.9 ppg, 4.4 rpg) at center. That makes San Francisco dangerous enough to put a team on upset alert in what should be a competitive first-round matchup.
Scouting Report Offense Defense
Efficiency N/A N/A
Pace 70.7 (57)
Effective FG% 53.10 (45) 47.07 (48)
Turnover % 15.69 (133) 16.54 (145)
Off Reb % 29.95 (115) 23.95 (35)
FTA/FGA 28.54 (236) 33.00 (249)
3P% 34.34 (127) 28.89 (9)
2P% 54.38 (32) 48.71 (138)
FT% 69.00 (275) 70.88 (132)
3PA/FGA 44.68 (36) 30.52 (16)
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Rankings
AP Poll: #39 Coaches Poll: #42 NET: #26 RPI: #24 RW: #32
Record
Overall: (24-10) Conference: (10-6) Quad 1: (3-7) Quad 2: (5-2) Quad 3: (6-0) Quad 4: (9-1)
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