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  • The 2010–11 Temple Owls men's basketball team (the Owls) represented Temple University in the 2010–11 NCAA Division I men's basketball season. The team played their home games at the Liacouras Center, which has a capacity of 10,206. The Owls were in their 29th season as a member of the Atlantic 10 Conference. In the previous season, Temple Owls gained a record of 29–6 and reached the NCAA Tournament. The team returned three starters from the previous season, but leading scorer Ryan Brooks and point guard Luis Guzman left, having graduated. They were replaced by new players Aaron Brown, Anthony Lee, and Jimmy McDonnell and graduate student transfer Dutch Gaitley. In the off-season, other Atlantic 10 coaches predicted that Temple Owls would win the league.Temple Owls finished the season with a 26–8 record. Among the highlights of the year was an upset of #10 Georgetown on December 9, in coach Fran Dunphy's 400th victory. In addition, Lavoy Allen became Temple Owls' all-time leading rebounder in a 66–52 rout of Saint Joseph's. Allen snatched 12 boards to pass Temple Owls' radio analyst Johnny Baum's 1,042 career rebounds. The Owls' 14–2 mark in Atlantic 10 play earned them a two seed in the 2011 Atlantic 10 Men's Basketball Tournament, where they lost in the semifinals to Richmond.The team earned an at-large bid to the 2011 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament as a seven seed, and defeated Penn State in the round of 64 on a last-second shot by guard Juan Fernandez. The win ended Dunphy's 11-game losing streak in the NCAA Tournament, the longest on record. Temple Owls' season ended with a double overtime loss to San Diego State in the round of 32. After the season, Allen was selected for the All-Atlantic 10 First Team, Ramone Moore was selected for the All-Atlantic 10 Second Team, Fernandez was an All-Atlantic 10 Third Team selection, and Scootie Randall was recognized as an All-Atlantic 10 Honorable Mention. Allen was drafted by the Philadelphia 76ers in the second round of the 2011 NBA Draft. (en)
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