2022 Tournament PreviewA third-place Big 12 finish and a trip to the conference tourney final earned Texas Tech a No. 3 seed in the NCAA Tournament. Under new coach Mark Adams, the Red Raiders win with defense, ranking first in efficiency, per KenPom. Texas Tech is 10th in turnover rate, 20th in rebound rate and 22nd in opponent effective field-goal percentage. The 6-6 Kevin McCullar (9.7 ppg, 4.9 rpg), sidelined by an ankle injury down the stretch before returning for the conference tourney, is capable of defending all five positions. The turnovers lead to easy buckets, as the Red Raiders rank 22nd in two-point shooting percentage, but they do not shoot well from the perimeter (282nd). UTEP transfer Bryson Williams (13.7 ppg, 4.3 rpg), who hits 40.5 percent from distance, and NBA hopeful Terrence Shannon (10.4 ppg), who shoots 37.2 percent, are the only consistent threats from outside. Texas Tech can suffer scoring droughts, but it has eight Quad 1 wins and no losses in Quads 2-4.
Scouting Report Offense Defense
Efficiency N/A N/A
Pace 67.3 (220)
Effective FG% 52.63 (62) 45.75 (22)
Turnover % 17.38 (263) 20.60 (9)
Off Reb % 33.11 (37) 25.87 (77)
FTA/FGA 35.13 (54) 31.87 (225)
3P% 32.14 (253) 31.51 (64)
2P% 54.91 (22) 44.49 (14)
FT% 69.81 (237) 69.05 (51)
3PA/FGA 34.06 (264) 45.42 (343)
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Rankings
AP Poll: #12 Coaches Poll: #11 NET: #8 RPI: #20 RW: #5
Record
Overall: (27-10) Conference: (12-6) Quad 1: (10-10) Quad 2: (7-0) Quad 3: (1-0) Quad 4: (8-0)
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