Feb. 13, 2010
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Post Game Notes
• JaMychal Green finished with 22 points, his fourth 20-point game of the season, fifth of his career and first since December 23 against Mercer.
• Green also sank a career-high 12-of-13 free throws to complement his game-high nine rebounds.
• Chris Hines matched a career high with seven rebounds.
• Alabama snapped its four-game losing streak and split the season series with Western Division leading Arkansas.
• The loss was Arkansas' first since Jan. 23.
• Alabama's 73-point output was its most since scoring 77 points against Tennessee State on Dec. 30. It was UA's first 70-point performance in SEC play this season.
• Alabama got to the free throw line 17 more times than Arkansas, just the second time in SEC play UA has toed the line more than its opponent. The +17 margin was UA largest in SEC play this season.
• UA held a +14 advantage in rebounds, the most in an SEC game this season and second most overall this season.
• Little Rock, Ark., native Anthony Brock had a team-high five assists and three steals. His three-pointer with 2:09 left gave UA the lead for good.
• Arkansas converted on eight of its 21 three-point attempts, the most three-pointers by an SEC opponent this season.
• Alabama's 49 percent performance from the field was its second highest percentage in SEC action this season.
• Alabama used the starting five of Anthony Brock, Senario Hillman, Tony Mitchell, JaMychal Green and Chris Hines for the second time this season.
• The two squads combined to hit the first five shots from the field in the first two minutes of the game but just 3-of-14 in the following four minutes.
• Arkansas' 38 points were the second most scored against the Tide in the first half.
• Alabama was held scoreless for a span of 5:08 in the half and failed to convert on a field goal attempt in the final 10:02 of the period.
• Eleven of UA's 29 points came at the free throw line, the most in the first half for UA. Alabama was awarded 16 free throws
• Alabama attempted just one three-pointer, a first-half low for the Tide.
• Arkansas connected on six three-pointers, the second most by a UA opponent in a game this season. Only Florida has drained more three-pointers with seven. SEC opponents came into the game averaging just 3.9 three-pointers per game.
• Alabama committed 11 turnovers, its second most in the first half this season. Arkansas scored 16 of its points via turnovers.
• The first half pace of play was at a 70-possession pace, just the fifth time UA has played at that quick of a pace and the third game in league play.