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CBB : ATS Matchup
Wednesday 1/3/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore
N CAROLINA
 
FLORIDA ST
+1  

-1  
-105

-115

165
 
80
Final
81

N CAROLINA (12 - 2) at FLORIDA ST (11 - 2)
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Wednesday, 1/3/2018 7:00 PM
Board OpenLatest
737N CAROLINA163165
738FLORIDA ST-1.5-1
ADVANCED TEAM STATS
N CAROLINA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games12-2+58-57-585.242.447.3%44.171.733.140.4%31.5
Road Games6-1+44-33-482.739.144.8%44.671.633.740.1%33.4
Last 5 Games4-1+23-22-283.238.844.6%44.670.831.039.6%31.4
Conference Games1-000-10-173.035.039.7%49.069.030.039.7%34.0
N CAROLINA Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
 PPGHalfFGM-APctFGM-APCTFTM-APctTotOffAstPFStlTOBk
Team Stats (All Games)85.242.430-6447.3%8-2039.0%16-2371.5%441118155135
vs opponents surrendering71.132.625-5942.4%8-2235.2%13-1970.7%35913196143
Team Stats (Road Games)82.739.130-6744.8%8-2137.0%15-2172.8%451216165143
Stats Against (All Games)71.733.126-6440.4%10-2737.4%10-1568.8%31715216135
vs opponents averaging77.337.327-5946.5%9-2337.9%14-2070.8%36816186134
Stats Against (Road Games)71.633.726-6440.1%10-2538.5%11-1572.4%33714217145

FLORIDA ST - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games11-2+1.88-26-585.742.549.6%39.367.531.337.9%36.6
Home Games6-003-13-193.546.254.8%38.366.331.237.1%33.2
Last 5 Games3-2-3.53-22-380.438.247.9%37.665.428.638.1%39.0
Conference Games0-1-11-01-093.049.044.9%35.0100.045.047.0%53.0
FLORIDA ST Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
 PPGHalfFGM-APctFGM-APCTFTM-APctTotOffAstPFStlTOBk
Team Stats (All Games)85.742.531-6349.6%9-2438.7%13-2066.8%391118178146
vs opponents surrendering7234.126-5943.7%8-2234.4%12-1869.8%36914186153
Team Stats (Home Games)93.546.236-6654.8%11-2741.5%10-1372.8%38921157137
Stats Against (All Games)67.531.324-6537.9%7-2428.6%12-1671.7%371211186172
vs opponents averaging75.43627-6144.3%7-2233.5%14-2069.8%371015178134
Stats Against (Home Games)66.331.224-6637.1%7-2430.8%10-1474.7%331211147161
Average power rating of opponents played: N CAROLINA 77.3,  FLORIDA ST 74.5
SCHEDULE AND RESULTS
N CAROLINA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/UShotsPctREBTOShotsPctREBTO
11/15/2017BUCKNELL93-81W - -31-6647.0%471329-6346.0%2813
11/20/2017@ STANFORD96-72W-7.5W156.5O37-7350.7%421424-5642.9%3219
11/23/2017*PORTLAND102-78W-26.5L156O39-7850.0%511329-7339.7%3314
11/24/2017*ARKANSAS87-68W-5W168.5U31-6349.2%461427-7237.5%309
11/26/2017*MICHIGAN ST45-63L2L156U15-6124.6%361622-5540.0%5224
11/29/2017MICHIGAN86-71W-9W146.5O34-6254.8%371228-6642.4%3110
12/1/2017*DAVIDSON85-75W-10.5L160.5U32-6847.1%541126-6440.6%237
12/3/2017TULANE97-73W-19W158O38-5865.5%451326-6937.7%268
12/6/2017W CAROLINA104-61W-32.5W154.5O37-6556.9%531723-6833.8%2515
12/17/2017@ TENNESSEE78-73W-1W156U29-6743.3%441625-6737.3%3913
12/20/2017WOFFORD75-79L-25L154P20-5536.4%381428-6443.7%3410
12/23/2017*OHIO ST86-72W-7.5W153.5O26-5745.6%391726-5944.1%2514
12/30/2017WAKE FOREST73-69W-14L162U27-6839.7%491225-6339.7%347
1/3/2018@ FLORIDA ST              
1/6/2018@ VIRGINIA              
1/9/2018BOSTON COLLEGE              
1/13/2018@ NOTRE DAME              
1/16/2018CLEMSON              
1/20/2018GEORGIA TECH              
1/22/2018@ VIRGINIA TECH              

FLORIDA ST - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/UShotsPctREBTOShotsPctREBTO
11/14/2017GEORGE WASHINGTON87-67W-16.5W151O38-6855.9%371624-6338.1%3119
11/17/2017*FORDHAM67-43W-14W141U25-5248.1%401812-5223.1%3723
11/19/2017*COLORADO ST90-73W-13W148O32-6251.6%341426-6043.3%3722
11/22/2017KENNESAW ST98-79W - -39-7154.9%361028-6245.2%2713
11/24/2017THE CITADEL113-78W-30W187.5O42-8052.5%531426-7833.3%3917
11/28/2017@ RUTGERS78-73W-5T139O26-5844.8%36926-6440.6%4114
12/4/2017@ FLORIDA83-66W9W165U28-7238.9%511221-5836.2%3417
12/6/2017LOYOLA-MD96-71W - -34-5957.6%361429-7240.3%3510
12/10/2017*TULANE72-53W-14W156.5U26-5844.8%441321-5935.6%3819
12/16/2017*OKLAHOMA ST70-71L-6L151.5U24-5841.4%412227-7038.6%3717
12/18/2017CHARLESTON SO69-58W-25.5L148U27-5251.9%261121-5836.2%3920
12/21/2017SOUTHERN MISS98-45W-21.5W142O37-6656.1%421618-6129.5%2820
12/30/2017@ DUKE93-100L12W164.5O31-6944.9%351139-8347.0%539
1/3/2018N CAROLINA              
1/7/2018@ MIAMI              
1/10/2018LOUISVILLE              
1/13/2018SYRACUSE              
1/15/2018@ BOSTON COLLEGE              
1/20/2018@ VIRGINIA TECH              
1/24/2018GEORGIA TECH              
KEY GAME INFORMATION
N CAROLINA: Last season: 33-7, won program's sixth NCAA championship.
Who's gone: SF Justin Jackson, F/C Kennedy Meeks, F Isaiah Hicks, F Tony Bradley Jr., G Nate Britt.
Who's back: Final Four Most Outstanding Player Joel Berry II (14.7 points) returns at the point, though he could miss the start of the season after breaking a bone in his right hand. The Tar Heels return senior swingman Theo Pinson and junior wing guard Kenny Williams III, while March hero Luke Maye ' who hit the last-second shot against Kentucky to send UNC to the Final Four ' is the lone returnee up front.
Who's new: The Tar Heels found experienced help in Pittsburgh graduate transfer Cameron Johnson to fill Jackson's role on the wing. There's also a freshman class led by guard Jalek Felton and includes size in Garrison Brooks, Sterling Manley and Brandon Huffman.
The Skinny: The return of Berry and Pinson gives the Tar Heels toughness and leadership, and they can use plenty of combinations on the perimeter with a deep backcourt. The question is whether they can find reliable production inside considering their Hall of Fame coach prefers to have two big men and emphasizes rebounding. How the Tar Heels answer that will determine whether they have any chance to make it to the final Monday night in April for a third consecutive season.
FLORIDA ST: Last season: 26-9, lost to Xavier in NCAA Tournament second round.
Who's gone: G Dwayne Bacon, F Jonathan Isaac, G Xavier Rathan-Mayes, C Michael Ojo, F Jarquez Smith.
Who's back: G Terance Mann is the Seminoles' leading returning scorer (8.4) and rebounder (4.5) along with being one of the team's more accurate shooters (57.9 percent from the field the past two seasons). G PJ Savoy is likely to move into the starting lineup and is the team's best 3-point shooter, making 40 of 100 last season. C Christ Koumadje is the tallest player in school history at 7-foot-4. He is imposing in the paint as a shot blocker but he is also one of the quickest players on the team and can easily get down the floor.
Who's new: G M.J. Walker. He was considered the top shooting guard in the nation by several recruiting services and is the second McDonald's All-American in the past three seasons to attend the school. C Ikey Obiagu is raw on the offensive end, but he could end up leading the team in blocked shots.
The Skinny: Despite returning just one starter, the Seminoles were picked to finish eighth in the Atlantic Coast Conference preseason poll. A lot of that is due to Hamilton often using 12 players in games last season and having an up-tempo style that averaged 82.1 points. With Mann and Savoy at the guards, it should be a better team from the perimeter but it is not as athletically gifted as last year. If ever there was a team that needed to win by a committee approach, it might be this one. If Hamilton can fuse the newcomers with what he has returning, they have a chance at making return NCAA Tournament trips for the first time since 2012.
PREVIEW
No. 24 FSU's ACC slate begins with No. 12 UNC
 

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -- The Atlantic Coast Conference front office didn't do Florida State any favors when it made the Seminoles' schedule this season.

Five huge tests in Florida State's first five games -- all against perennial ACC powers -- means one of two results for the No. 24 Seminoles early on: feast or famine.

And so far, Florida State is still hungry for that first conference win.

Coming off a loss in its ACC opener at Duke this past Saturday, Florida State (11-2, 0-1 ACC) hosts No. 12 North Carolina (12-2, 1-0) on Wednesday night at the Donald L. Tucker Center.

It could be a battle that keeps one of the nation's longest home winning streaks alive -- or sends Florida State to an 0-2 conference start after going 11-1 during the non-conference part of its schedule.

The Seminoles have won 27 straight games at home dating to the end of the 2015-16 season -- marking the third-longest such streak in the nation -- but there's a problem. North Carolina hasn't lost to Florida State, on any floor, since the 2012 championship game of the ACC Tournament.

The Tar Heels enter Wednesday night's game as winners of seven in a row against the Seminoles since then, including a decisive 96-83 victory last year in Chapel Hill, N.C.

Coming off a tough loss and playing its second Top 15 team in as many games means the task at hand will be mighty for the Seminoles -- but coach Leonard Hamilton believes his team is up for it.

"I think I have a pretty good understanding of my team," Hamilton said after the 100-93 loss to Duke (13-1, 1-1) on Saturday. "I think we're competitive. I think we have quality depth. And I think we're versatile.

"They have a lot of character and they're connected (right now). And they were very disappointed to have lost this game to Duke. That was the most positive thing I can take (into the next game against North Carolina)."

Hamilton hopes the end result is positive this time considering that after playing the Tar Heels, Florida State then travels to play at No. 12 Miami (12-1, 1-0) on Jan. 7 and returns home and hosts Louisville (10-3, 0-0) on Jan. 10 and Syracuse (12-2, 1-0) on Jan. 13.

So to recap, Florida State's first five conference opponents sport a combined 69-9 record.

That's the ACC, Hamilton said.

"There has never been a conference in the history of college basketball as strong and as powerful as the ACC is every year. What's happening right now is historic," said Hamilton, who is 2-9 all time against North Carolina when the game is played in Tallahassee. "As the young folks say, 'Don't get it twisted.' There's not an easy game in the ACC."

North Carolina certainly isn't one.

The Tar Heels come into the game having won two games in a row and seven of their last eight, including a 73-69 victory over Wake Forest this past Saturday at home.

North Carolina entered that game 15-point favorites and needed a late surge against the Demon Deacons to win, furthering Hamilton's narrative about the toughness of the entire ACC.

And the newest members of the Tar Heels are learning that quickly.

"We got eight new guys," North Carolina coach Roy Williams told the DailyTarHeel.com after their narrow win against Wake Forest. "We got seven of them who have never played an ACC basketball game and don't understand that every night it's going to be a grind."

Forward Luke Maye leads the Tar Heels with averages of 18.4 points and 10.9 rebounds per game, e fellow guards Joel Berry averages 17.2 points and Kenny Williams averages 12.4 points.

Florida State forward Phil Cofer comes into Wednesday's matchup after a career-high 28 points in the loss to Duke. But guard Terance Mann, who the Seminoles go, averaging a team-best 14.6 points and six rebounds per game while shooting just above 62 percent from the field.


Last Updated: 1/22/2018 11:55:02 AM EST


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