Memphis Tigers Basketball Ticket Information
Fans of Memphis know that as soon as the Tigers step foot on the court, the FedExForum becomes “The Grindhouse,” and any team standing in their way better watch out. As always, the Tigers are on a mission to make another trip to the NCAA tournament and now is the time for you to get Memphis basketball tickets to witness their journey from square one. Under the tutelage of Josh Pastner, the Tigers have flourished and fans can look forward to numerous blockbuster match-ups on the 2020-2021 Memphis Tigers basketball schedule that you’ll definitely want to see live.
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Memphis NCAA Tournament Ticket Information
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Memphis Tigers Mens Basketball Tickets Information
Dixon Cleared To Play for Tigers
After a lengthy period of uncertainty following his transfer to the University of Memphis, Michael Dixon has been cleared by the NCAA to play for the Memphis Tigers in 2013. Dixon last played for Missouri during the 2011-12 season, when he averaged 13.5 points and 3.3 assists en route to leading the Tigers to a No. 2 seed in the NCAA Tournament. On his new Tigers squad, Dixon will be added to a dynamic group of backcourt players, which includes Joe Jackson (13.6 points per game), Chris Crawford (10.4), and Geron Johnson (10.4) The four-guard lineup is heavy on scorers, but the unselfish Tigers should have no problem finding a way to distribute the ball effectively, as the team ranked fourth in the nation in assists a year ago.
Further helping to ease the team’s transition in its first year in the American Athletic Conference, head coach Josh Pastner will also have one of the nation’s top recruiting classes at his disposal, as his incoming group of signees is the third-best in the nation, according to Rivals.com. Freshman Austin Nichols is expected to join the bevy of guards in the starting lineup, giving Memphis a viable option on the inside to complement its wealth of outside shooting.