Larry Finch

Larry Finch (February 16, 1951 – April 2, 2011) was a player and coach for the University of Memphis men's basketball team. He is perhaps most famous for leading the Memphis State Tigers to the NCAA men's basketball championship game in 1973 in a heroic loss to the UCLA Bruins, led by Bill Walton.

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Memphis Tigers Men's Basketball - History - 1970s
... The 1970 season also saw the first games of Larry Finch and Ronnie Robinson, two all-time greats ... Larry Finch scored 24 points in his first appearance as a freshman ... In 1971, the Tigers led by Finch and Robinson upset conference rival Louisville ...

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