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CBB : ATS Matchup
Wednesday 1/24/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore
S CAROLINA
 
FLORIDA
+10.5  

-10.5  
+400

-600

139.5
 
77
Final
72

S CAROLINA (12 - 7) at FLORIDA (14 - 5)
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Wednesday, 1/24/2018 7:00 PM
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729S CAROLINA140.5139.5
730FLORIDA-10.5-10.5
ADVANCED TEAM STATS
S CAROLINA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games12-7-0.58-97-1070.733.540.6%38.365.532.541.9%32.5
Road Games5-5-3.34-53-767.833.239.4%37.565.131.943.0%33.0
Last 5 Games3-2+1.83-21-467.232.035.1%37.266.233.445.7%34.2
Conference Games3-4-0.43-42-567.631.036.1%37.369.133.945.2%33.1
S CAROLINA Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
 PPGHalfFGM-APctFGM-APCTFTM-APctTotOffAstPFStlTOBk
Team Stats (All Games)70.733.523-5740.6%7-2132.7%17-2667.3%381013196143
vs opponents surrendering70.732.625-5942.0%8-2234.2%14-1970.7%36913196133
Team Stats (Road Games)67.833.223-5739.4%7-2232.1%15-2270.8%371013195143
Stats Against (All Games)65.532.522-5141.9%7-1934.2%16-2368.3%33611227165
vs opponents averaging72.33425-5743.6%8-2234.8%15-2169.4%36913186134
Stats Against (Road Games)65.131.921-5043.0%6-1733.5%16-2469.6%33611198165

FLORIDA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games14-5-1.310-88-881.239.343.9%36.372.132.643.6%36.7
Home Games8-2-1.54-53-480.638.743.6%38.567.730.841.7%35.3
Last 5 Games4-1+24-12-374.836.241.1%36.268.831.642.8%38.4
Conference Games6-1+45-24-376.938.142.9%35.169.129.742.7%38.1
FLORIDA Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
 PPGHalfFGM-APctFGM-APCTFTM-APctTotOffAstPFStlTOBk
Team Stats (All Games)81.239.327-6343.9%10-2538.4%17-2276.4%361014177105
vs opponents surrendering70.933.225-6042.0%7-2233.6%13-1870.2%34913196133
Team Stats (Home Games)80.638.727-6143.6%9-2534.4%18-2379.3%381112167105
Stats Against (All Games)72.132.626-5943.6%7-2037.0%14-1876.1%37812195153
vs opponents averaging77.436.827-5946.2%8-2235.5%15-2171.2%381015186134
Stats Against (Home Games)67.730.824-5941.7%7-2136.1%11-1573.7%35810195142
Average power rating of opponents played: S CAROLINA 76.1,  FLORIDA 80.9
SCHEDULE AND RESULTS
S CAROLINA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/UShotsPctREBTOShotsPctREBTO
12/6/2017WYOMING80-64W-9W145U28-6245.2%431719-5633.9%3418
12/9/2017COASTAL CAROLINA80-78W-14.5L144O25-5545.5%311429-6346.0%3315
12/19/2017@ CLEMSON48-64L7L137U19-5435.2%311420-4643.5%3415
12/27/2017LIMESTONE74-45W - -26-6838.2%521213-5225.0%3817
12/31/2017@ OLE MISS69-74L2L148.5U22-5837.9%431420-4940.8%308
1/3/2018MISSOURI68-79L-1L140O22-5738.6%321123-4946.9%3113
1/6/2018VANDERBILT71-60W-3.5W136U21-5438.9%411219-5435.2%3419
1/9/2018@ ALABAMA62-76L4.5L141U19-5335.8%281330-5158.8%3516
1/13/2018@ GEORGIA64-57W5W133U16-5927.1%46718-5135.3%4214
1/16/2018KENTUCKY76-68W1.5W141.5O23-6137.7%40922-4944.9%3516
1/20/2018TENNESSEE63-70L4L138U18-4936.7%311423-4057.5%2513
1/24/2018@ FLORIDA              
1/27/2018TEXAS TECH              
1/31/2018MISSISSIPPI ST              
2/3/2018@ TEXAS A&M              
2/6/2018@ ARKANSAS              
2/10/2018FLORIDA              
2/13/2018@ TENNESSEE              

FLORIDA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/UShotsPctREBTOShotsPctREBTO
12/6/2017LOYOLA-IL59-65L-17L150.5U24-6536.9%36826-5052.0%3215
12/9/2017*CINCINNATI66-60W1W147U23-5442.6%331523-5442.6%3521
12/16/2017*CLEMSON69-71L-6.5L145U25-6141.0%351123-4551.1%3315
12/20/2017JAMES MADISON72-63W-21L147U22-5837.9%351221-5637.5%3918
12/22/2017INCARNATE WORD75-60W - -25-6439.1%351222-4647.8%3124
12/30/2017VANDERBILT81-74W-9.5L142O23-5442.6%36526-6241.9%369
1/2/2018@ TEXAS A&M83-66W1.5W141O33-6451.6%29727-6342.9%3916
1/6/2018@ MISSOURI77-75W0W147.5O26-5944.1%30623-4847.9%3211
1/10/2018MISSISSIPPI ST71-54W-9W144.5U25-5843.1%381522-5540.0%3116
1/13/2018@ OLE MISS72-78L-5L151.5U23-6137.7%351025-5843.1%4411
1/17/2018ARKANSAS88-73W-6.5W154O28-5848.3%40929-6643.9%368
1/20/2018@ KENTUCKY66-64W2W148.5U22-6633.3%38726-6540.0%4916
1/24/2018S CAROLINA              
1/27/2018BAYLOR              
1/30/2018@ GEORGIA              
2/3/2018ALABAMA              
2/7/2018LSU              
2/10/2018@ S CAROLINA              
2/14/2018GEORGIA              
KEY GAME INFORMATION
S CAROLINA: Last season: 26-11, first Final Four appearance.
Who's gone: G Sindarius Thorwell (senior), G Duane Notice (senior), G Justin McKie (senior), G P.J. Dozier (left for NBA draft after sophomore season), G Rakym Felder (dismissed after second arrest on assault charges in less than year).
Who's back: F Chris Silva. The junior was a big part of the Final Four run, scoring in double figures in all five tournament games including a career-high 17 points in a win over Duke in the second round. F Maik Kotsar. The 6-foot-10 forward played 37 games as a freshman and added 15 pounds (up to 260) to better compete down low in the SEC.
Who's new: G Kory Holden. A junior who transferred from Delaware and averaged 17.7 points a game his final year with the Blue Hens. He sat out last season due to NCAA rules. G Frank Booker. A graduate transfer who spent his first two seasons at Oklahoma and last year at Florida Atlantic before coming to the Gamecocks. G David Beatty. A 6-2 freshman who has impressed coaches with his quick pickup of the defense.
The Skinny: Frank Martin signed a contract extension in the offseason instead of bailing at the first true sign of success. That says the sixth-year coach is looking at the long haul with the Gamecocks and believes the program can get further than just the Final Four.
FLORIDA: Last season: 27-9, advanced to NCAA Tournament's Elite Eight
Who's gone: G Kasey Hill, G/F Canyon Barry, F Devin Robinson, F Justin Leon.
Who's back: PG Chris Chiozza, who hit a running 3-pointer at the buzzer to stun Wisconsin in the Sweet 16. The senior will be the team's primary ball-handler for the first time in his career. He's joined in the backcourt by junior G KeVaughn Allen, the team's leading scorer (14 ppg) last season. F Keith Stone and F/C Kevarrius Hayes are expected to make significant jumps and will be counted on to handle the post until senior C John Egbunu returns from reconstructive knee surgery in January.
Who's new: Former Virginia Tech G Jalen Hudson and former Arizona State/Rice G Egor Koulechov. The 6-foot-6 Hudson averaged 8.4 points a game as a sophomore with the Hokies. He sat out last year because of NCAA transfer rules and looked like Florida's best scorer at times in practice. The 6-5 Koulechov is a graduate transfer who averaged 18.2 points a game as a junior at Rice last year and shot 47 percent from 3-point range. He made at least 80 3-pointers in each of the last two seasons and is expected to give Florida its best outside threat in several years. Freshman class includes PG Mike Okauru, F Chase Johnson, F Deaundrae Ballard and F/C Isaiah Stokes.
The Skinny: The Gators are widely considered a top-10 team and expected to make another deep run in the NCAA Tournament. They should get a decent gauge of where they're at in the Phil Knight Invitational later this month. The tournament includes Stanford, Ohio State, Gonzaga, Duke and Butler.
PREVIEW
No. 20 Florida on roll heading into meeting with South Carolina
 

When last they met, Florida and South Carolina were trying for a spot in last spring's Final Four. The Gamecocks won that matchup in New York City but the Gators aren't really thinking much about revenge when it comes to Wednesday's meeting in Gainesville -- they just want to come up with another Southeastern Conference victory.

No. 20 Florida made it back into the Top 25 this week and has won eight of nine after a bit of a slump. The Gators will meet South Carolina in this SEC game at 7 p.m. but aren't too concerned about that Elite Eight loss.

"Last year was last year," Florida coach Mike White said. "It's a completely different game. Both teams are different."

Right now, though, the Gators are a hot team. The 8-1 stretch includes victories last week over Arkansas and No. 18 Kentucky.

That helped put the Gators in first in the SEC with a 6-1 record.

Florida definitely has played better in recent weeks after a 1-4 skid from late November into mid-December.

Jalen Hudson helped them last week, averaging 19.0 points in the two games and making a key block with 2.5 seconds left as Kentucky tried to tie the game.

Hudson was picked as the Co-SEC Player of the Week, the league announced on Monday, and he is happy with the way his team is playing, especially on defense.

"I feel like we have a good thing going right now; out defense has definitely picked up," Hudson said. "(But) I feel like we have a long way to go."

The team's offense also is doing much better. Now averaging 81.2 points per game, Florida has four players scoring in double figures.

Hudson leads the way with 16.5 points per game. Egor Koulechov (14.4), Chris Chiozza (12.3) and KeVaughn Allen (11.3) also are pitching in as the Gators' offense has been more consistent in recent games.

Offense has been an issue for South Carolina all season. The Gamecocks are averaging just 70.7 points per game and never have scored over 80 points.

Meanwhile, Florida has gone over 80 nine times and even scored more than 100 in four games.

This is the third consecutive ranked team that South Carolina has played, and they've got No. 14 Texas Tech coming next. The Gamecocks are coming off of a 70-63 loss versus Tennessee.

Chris Silva leads South Carolina in scoring, averaging 14.3 points per game. Frank Booker is second at 11.3 points, and those are the only two Gamecocks in double figures now.

South Carolina has been up and down this season -- the Gamecocks are 12-7 overall and 3-4 in the SEC -- but coach Frank Martin is hoping his team is starting to find its way.

"(I'm) very encouraged with the progress our team has made," Martin said. "This league right now is real, real hard. We've just got to remain focused...(on) where we're at. We've made tremendous strides as a team. We just need to keep worrying about that and stay the course."


Last Updated: 2/20/2018 11:56:03 PM EST


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