Found March 23, 2013 on
Larry Brown Sports:
From Larry Brown Sports:
Harvard point guard Siyani Chambers had a double-whammy on Saturday. Not only did his Crimson lose to No. 6 seed Arizona 74-51 in the NCAA Tournament, but he also lost part of a tooth after getting hit in the mouth early in the second half by Arizona’s Kevin Parrom:
Chambers had a look of serious concern on his face after having his tooth chipped, and didn’t handle it quite like Brad Waldow of Saint Mary’s when something similar happened to him two weeks ago.
Luckily for Chambers, teammate Christian Webster was able to find the piece that was chipped off and handed it over:
Chambers only had six points and three assists in the game. His team did not fare much better -- they only made 27.6 percent of their shots in the blowout loss.
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