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CBB : ATS Matchup
Wednesday 1/3/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore
MIAMI
 
GEORGIA TECH
-5  

+5  
-210

+175

126
 
54
Final
64

MIAMI (12 - 1) at GEORGIA TECH (6 - 7)
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Wednesday, 1/3/2018 9:00 PM
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779MIAMI-7.5-5.5
780GEORGIA TECH126127
ADVANCED TEAM STATS
MIAMI - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games12-1+2.65-22-674.833.049.1%36.758.524.936.8%33.3
Road Games7-1+2.65-22-670.230.946.7%34.660.425.037.8%34.0
Last 5 Games4-1-0.53-21-467.830.847.1%32.860.825.039.4%32.4
Conference Games1-0+11-00-167.030.049.1%31.053.019.040.4%23.0
MIAMI Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
 PPGHalfFGM-APctFGM-APCTFTM-APctTotOffAstPFStlTOBk
Team Stats (All Games)74.833.029-5949.1%7-2036.5%10-1662.5%37814156125
vs opponents surrendering72.133.426-5844.5%7-2135.5%13-1970.7%34813186133
Team Stats (Road Games)70.230.927-5846.7%7-1935.6%9-1467.6%35812166115
Stats Against (All Games)58.524.922-5936.8%6-2027.7%10-1376.4%33910175142
vs opponents averaging72.333.726-5844.5%8-2235.1%13-1869.6%35914176133
Stats Against (Road Games)60.425.021-5737.8%5-2026.9%12-1577.4%34910164133

GEORGIA TECH - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games6-7-74-54-566.530.943.0%34.565.128.240.8%33.2
Home Games6-3-3.42-33-269.730.444.2%35.363.627.040.1%32.0
Last 5 Games2-3-4.62-23-170.833.443.8%35.869.829.043.4%34.0
Conference Games0-101-00-159.028.038.3%34.068.023.038.3%45.0
GEORGIA TECH Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
 PPGHalfFGM-APctFGM-APCTFTM-APctTotOffAstPFStlTOBk
Team Stats (All Games)66.530.923-5343.0%5-1531.8%16-2270.3%35913167135
vs opponents surrendering72.833.925-5843.6%7-2135.0%15-2169.6%36914196143
Team Stats (Home Games)69.730.423-5344.2%5-1534.3%18-2570.9%351014167136
Stats Against (All Games)65.128.223-5640.8%8-2038.2%11-1669.2%331014186133
vs opponents averaging73.133.725-5943.2%7-2134.6%15-2071.7%36914196144
Stats Against (Home Games)63.627.023-5740.1%7-2037.4%11-1667.4%32915196143
Average power rating of opponents played: MIAMI 74.5,  GEORGIA TECH 70.8
SCHEDULE AND RESULTS
MIAMI - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/UShotsPctREBTOShotsPctREBTO
11/16/2017FLORIDA A&M90-59W - -34-5858.6%361224-5940.7%2819
11/22/2017*LASALLE57-46W-11T143U22-6036.7%401015-5228.8%3815
11/25/2017N FLORIDA86-65W - -33-6650.0%391423-5939.0%3220
11/29/2017@ MINNESOTA86-81W6.5W151.5O35-6950.7%34828-6344.4%4112
12/2/2017*PRINCETON80-52W-15.5W135.5U30-6050.0%391219-6131.1%3111
12/5/2017BOSTON U69-54W - -25-4852.1%351521-6532.3%3213
12/16/2017@ GEORGE WASHINGTON59-50W-8.5W131.5U25-6141.0%39819-6330.2%4411
12/22/2017@ HAWAII75-57W-11.5W133U30-5752.6%31921-5042.0%2616
12/23/2017*NEW MEXICO ST54-63L-9L136U18-5334.0%381424-6735.8%438
12/25/2017*MIDDLE TENN ST84-81W-6L134.5O30-5060.0%251327-5251.9%2611
12/30/2017@ PITTSBURGH67-53W-12.5W133U27-5549.1%311519-4740.4%2319
1/3/2018@ GEORGIA TECH              
1/7/2018FLORIDA ST              
1/13/2018@ CLEMSON              
1/15/2018DUKE              
1/21/2018@ NC STATE              
1/24/2018LOUISVILLE              

GEORGIA TECH - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/UShotsPctREBTOShotsPctREBTO
11/19/2017BETHUNE-COOKMAN65-62W - -20-5139.2%401920-5536.4%3315
11/22/2017UTRGV78-68W - -26-4854.2%341625-6538.5%3416
11/24/2017N TEXAS63-49W-16L138U23-5343.4%24618-4639.1%3119
11/28/2017NORTHWESTERN52-51W2.5W130.5U16-4337.2%351521-5836.2%296
12/1/2017GRAMBLING63-64L - -21-5438.9%321324-5444.4%3618
12/3/2017TENNESSEE70-77L6.5L128.5O21-5438.9%361423-5343.4%3514
12/6/2017@ WOFFORD60-63L-3L131.5U24-4257.1%341621-5935.6%276
12/17/2017FLORIDA A&M79-54W-22.5W127O28-5947.5%451420-6232.3%3418
12/19/2017@ GEORGIA59-80L5.5L126.5O22-6036.7%281129-5058.0%3516
12/22/2017WRIGHT ST81-85L-8L124O29-5750.9%311829-5651.8%3217
12/27/2017COPPIN ST76-62W - -26-5646.4%41624-6040.0%244
12/30/2017@ NOTRE DAME59-68L14W139U23-6038.3%34723-6038.3%4511
1/3/2018MIAMI              
1/6/2018YALE              
1/10/2018NOTRE DAME              
1/13/2018@ PITTSBURGH              
1/18/2018VIRGINIA              
1/20/2018@ N CAROLINA              
1/24/2018@ FLORIDA ST              
KEY GAME INFORMATION
MIAMI: Last season: 21-12, lost in first round of NCAA tournament.
Who's gone: G Davon Reed, F Kamari Murphy.
Who's back: G Bruce Brown. The 6-5 sophomore averaged 11.8 points, 5.6 rebounds and 3.2 assists last season, and is widely expected to turn pro after this season; G Ja'Quan Newton. Miami's lone senior averaged 13.5 points last season; G Dejan Vasiljevic. The sophomore from Australia wins raves for his shooting range, but he made only 36 percent of his field goal tries last season. F Dewan Huell. The 6-11 sophomore is expected to be Miami's best front-court player. C Ebuka Izundu. The 6-10 junior from Nigeria has gained nearly 30 pounds since his freshman year.
Who's new: G Lonnie Walker IV. The 6-4 freshman from Reading, Pennsylvania, is Larranaga's most highly touted recruit at Miami; G Chris Lykes. The 5-7 freshman is expected to see considerable playing time.
The Skinny: The season begins under the cloud of the FBI investigation into college basketball, with Larranaga saying he was named in court documents but has done nothing wrong. On the court the outlook is bright. Larranaga's goal is for the Hurricanes to rank in the top 25 in offensive and defensive efficiency, which shows his expectations are high. Brown and Walker IV are considered potential NBA first-round draft picks next year and are projected to be part of a balanced, potent attack, but defense could be shaky early in the season.
GEORGIA TECH: Last season: 21-16, lost in final of NIT.
Who's gone: G Josh Heath, F Quinton Stephens, G Corey Heyward, F Christian Matthews, F Kellen McCormick, G/F Jodan Price, F Rand Rowland.
Who's back: G Josh Okogie is coming off a brilliant freshman season in which he averaged 16.1 points and 5.4 rebounds per game. C Ben Lammers (14.2 ppg, 9.2 rpg) and guard Tadric Jackson (12.1 ppg) provide senior leadership. G Justin Moore, who started 18 games, figures to play a much bigger role in his sophomore year.
Who's new: Pastner whiffed on several high-profile prospects but landed four recruits. F Curtis Haywood II, G Jose Alvarado, F Moses Wright and F Evan Cole will all get a shot at significant playing time. Ditto for G Brandon Alston, who came aboard as a graduate transfer after playing two seasons at Lehigh.
The Skinny: After a much-better-than-expected showing in Pastner's first season, the Yellow Jackets return their top three scorers and facing greater expectations. But it may be a little soon to expect a run at the NCAA Tournament. Pastner has yet to land a top-notch recruiting class and said all along that turning Georgia Tech around would be a multi-year process. But at least the Jackets are generating some excitement on campus after a long dry spell.
PREVIEW
Miami-Georgia Tech Preview
 

Miami plays the last of a stretch of six consecutive games away from home -- four on opponents' courts plus two neutral-site affairs -- when the 15th-ranked Hurricanes visit Georgia Tech on Wednesday night in Atlanta.

The Yellow Jackets (6-7, 0-1 ACC) have lost six of their last eight games but second-year coach Josh Pastner still thinks his team has potential.

"It's going to come together," Pastner said after his team's 68-59 loss to Notre Dame in its last outing. "There's going to be highs and lows, and there's been highs and lows already this season. But I do believe we still are a dangerous team.

"We've just got to keep building and getting better and the scoreboard will turn out our way. I do believe we are going to be a dangerous team in the ACC. We have another great opportunity on Wednesday versus Miami."

Miami (12-1, 1-0) has won its last two outings after suffering its first loss of the season 63-54 to New Mexico State in the Hawaiian Airlines Diamond Head Classic in Honolulu. It handled Pittsburgh with relative ease 67-53 in its ACC opener last weekend.

The Hurricanes outscored the Panthers 9-0 over the last two minutes of the first half and led by double digits throughout the second. They were up by 21 at one point, and it marked the ninth time in 13 games they had held an opponent to under 60 points.

Georgia Tech is averaging only 66.5 points for the season but has upped that average to just under 71 since the return of guard Josh Okogie to the lineup. Okogie missed the first eight games because of a finger injury and an NCAA-mandated suspension for receiving impermissible benefits.

Okogie has averaged a team-best 18.0 points in his five outings, but the key for the Yellow Jackets against Miami likely will be center Ben Lammers. The 6-foot-10 senior is averaging 12.8 points and a team-high 8.8 rebounds for Georgia Tech and has five double-doubles this season.

Lammers averaged 14.2 points and 9.2 rebounds last season and was named the ACC Defensive Player of the Year. He had 15 points but only three rebounds in last season's 70-61 loss to Miami.

"We're going to go as Ben goes," Pastner said. "Everything we do offensively and defensively goes through Ben so if he plays well we're going to win a lot of games, and if he doesn't, it's just going to be hard for us."

If Lammers is on his game, that will put the onus on 6-11 sophomore forward Dewan Huell, who has taken over Miami's scoring lead with his 13.5 average. He averages 6.3 rebounds, second on the team to guard Bruce Brown's 7.2 mark.

"I think now he's much more confident in his scoring ability," coach Jim Larranaga said of Huell. "I'd like to see him rebound more because I know he's more capable of that.

"This team needs better rebounding. We're going to be devoting a lot of our time in these coming weeks to making sure we can keep people off the offensive boards."


Last Updated: 4/24/2018 7:42:19 PM EST


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