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 MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) -Memphis senior reserve guard Andre Allen has been suspended for violating team rules, leaving him out of the Final Four.
Team spokesman Lamar Chance confirmed the suspension, first reported by television stations WMC and WREG, but declined to say what rule or rules Allen violated.
The Tigers will face UCLA on Saturday night in the semifinals in San Antonio.
``He was not on the plane. He is not here in San Antonio,'' Chance told The Associated Press when reached on his cell phone.
Allen played in 37 games this season, averaging 3.3 points and 14.1 minutes.
``We'll be fine,'' coach John Calipari told The Commercial Appeal.

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