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@CanesHoops 30 Day Countdown

Courtesy: Hurricanesports.com
          Release: 09/10/2013
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The next 30 days will chronicle the history of Miami basketball in anticipation of the team's first practice, September 27. Make sure to follow Hurricanes basketball on TwitterCanesHoops, FacebookMiamiBasketball and TumblrTheUHoops.


The 2013-14 campaign marks Jim Larrañaga’s 30th season as a collegiate head basketball coach.

Miami basketball rewrote the record books during the 2012-13 season, winning a school record 29 games.

Since 2006, 28-of-28 of Coach Larrañaga's players have graduated college.

Miami's 27-point victory over No. 1 Duke in 2013 was the highest ranked opponent the Hurricanes have ever defeated.

In 1926, the University of Miami basketball program was created.

Elton Tyler is the only player in Miami basketball history to compete in four NCAA Tournaments.

Rick Barry holds Miami's season scoring record, averaging 37.4 points in 1964-65.

The BankUnited Center has seen 23 crowds of at least 7,000 fans, including five sellouts in 2013.

Rion Brown set a career-high mark for points in 2013, scoring 22 against both Georgia Tech and Boston College.

Darius Rice, a four-year standout at the U, currently sits fourth on the Hurricanes all-time scoring list.

In 2011, Reggie Johnson set the Miami Hurricanes NIT Tournament rebound record with 20 against Florida Atlantic.

Miami has had 19 players drafted since the NBA draft's inception in 1947. 

Following the 2012-13 campaign, Shane Larkin was selected 18 overall by the Atlanta Hawks and subsequently traded to the Dallas Mavericks.

Malcolm Grant holds the Canes' ACC Tournament record for 3-pointers made during his career with 17.

 
     
     
     
     
     
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