Memphis vs. New Orleans: Griz Lose Big; Tigers Win Bigger 

The University of Memphis Tigers breezed by Tulane Saturday night, 95-51. Robert Dozier and Willie Kemp each had 13 points to lead the Tigers, who had five players in double figures and went deep into their bench rotation. The victory kept the ninth-ranked Tigers undefeated in CUSA play and moved their record toa gaudy 21-3.

In the other matchup between Bluff City and Crescent City teams, the NO Hornets slapped the Grizzlies around, cruising to a 114-99 victory. The Hornets were led by Chris Paul, who had 25 points and 8 assists. Pau Gasol led the Grizzlies with 21 points and 11 rebounds.

Tigers/Green Wave box and recap.

Griz/Hornets box and recap.

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