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CBB : ATS Matchup
Thursday 3/14/2019Line$ LineOU LineScore
TCU
 
KANSAS ST
+3.5  

-3.5  
+145

-165

125.5
 
61
Final
70

TCU (20 - 12) vs. KANSAS ST (24 - 7)
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Thursday, 3/14/2019 3:00 PM
Big 12 Conference Tournament - Quarterfinals - Kansas City, MO
Board OpenLatest
723TCU123.5125.5
724KANSAS ST-3.5-4
ADVANCED TEAM STATS
TCU - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games20-12-3.415-1716-1574.535.245.8%36.370.232.143.0%33.9
Road Games8-7+2.68-78-675.135.646.2%35.172.334.343.8%33.8
Last 5 Games2-3-0.81-43-271.232.445.9%34.475.034.245.5%34.0
Conference Games8-11-1.96-1310-871.934.343.9%35.074.734.145.8%34.8
TCU Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
 PPGHalfFGM-APctFGM-APCTFTM-APctTotOffAstPFStlTOBk
Team Stats (All Games)74.535.227-5945.8%8-2235.3%13-1968.6%36916167144
vs opponents surrendering6932.324-5742.4%8-2333.8%13-1870.6%34913186133
Team Stats (Road Games)75.135.628-6046.2%8-2235.6%12-1771.7%35914177144
Stats Against (All Games)70.232.126-6043.0%6-2130.4%13-1773.5%34915166134
vs opponents averaging72.23426-5844.5%8-2235.0%13-1969.9%36913176134
Stats Against (Road Games)72.334.326-5943.8%7-2232.8%14-1973.0%34914156144

KANSAS ST - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games24-7+1118-1312-1965.931.543.5%33.259.128.541.3%31.6
Road Games10-5+4.611-48-766.331.943.0%32.960.729.242.6%31.5
Last 5 Games4-1+33-21-466.433.845.6%31.455.026.240.2%31.2
Conference Games14-4+12.413-59-965.631.444.1%30.959.629.142.6%31.4
KANSAS ST Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
 PPGHalfFGM-APctFGM-APCTFTM-APctTotOffAstPFStlTOBk
Team Stats (All Games)65.931.524-5543.5%7-2133.8%11-1766.2%33814168112
vs opponents surrendering70.333.125-5942.4%8-2333.8%13-1870.1%35913186133
Team Stats (Road Games)66.331.924-5643.0%7-2135.1%11-1474.2%33913187122
Stats Against (All Games)59.128.521-5141.3%7-2231.4%10-1566.0%32712176153
vs opponents averaging72.834.526-5844.6%8-2235.2%13-1970.0%36914176134
Stats Against (Road Games)60.729.221-5042.6%7-2131.4%12-1864.9%31712156153
Average power rating of opponents played: TCU 82.3,  KANSAS ST 82.3
SCHEDULE AND RESULTS
TCU - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/UShotsPctREBTOShotsPctREBTO
1/23/2019TEXAS65-61W-3W137.5U24-5940.7%421524-5841.4%3317
1/26/2019FLORIDA55-50W-3.5W135.5U18-5036.0%451719-6230.6%3310
1/28/2019@ TEXAS TECH65-84L5L132O21-4645.7%281332-5954.2%317
2/2/2019@ BAYLOR64-90L5L139O24-5742.1%26935-6355.6%4010
2/6/2019OKLAHOMA ST70-68W-8.5L136O23-5839.7%341025-5248.1%3110
2/9/2019@ IOWA ST92-83W9.5W145.5O33-6253.2%341228-6245.2%3515
2/11/2019KANSAS77-82L-2.5L147.5O27-7138.0%431328-6841.2%4915
2/16/2019OKLAHOMA62-71L-5L144.5U23-6535.4%351327-5450.0%3312
2/18/2019@ OKLAHOMA ST61-68L-1L137.5U23-5343.4%341422-5837.9%3510
2/23/2019IOWA ST75-72W2W151U26-6043.3%421731-6944.9%3711
2/26/2019@ W VIRGINIA96-104L-4.5L148.5O38-8047.5%452436-8243.9%5224
3/2/2019TEXAS TECH66-81L4L136O24-6238.7%301233-5856.9%3312
3/4/2019KANSAS ST52-64L1L132U20-4841.7%241423-4946.9%2913
3/9/2019@ TEXAS69-56W7W138U27-5054.0%351522-5937.3%249
3/13/2019*OKLAHOMA ST73-70W-4L138O27-5648.2%381627-6243.5%3213
3/14/2019*KANSAS ST              

KANSAS ST - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/UShotsPctREBTOShotsPctREBTO
1/26/2019@ TEXAS A&M53-65L-4L129.5U20-6132.8%301425-4951.0%3720
2/2/2019@ OKLAHOMA ST75-57W-3W127O26-4953.1%361122-5440.7%268
2/5/2019KANSAS74-67W-3W134O25-5843.1%301224-5246.2%3623
2/9/2019@ BAYLOR70-63W-2W125.5O23-5740.4%331125-5644.6%3213
2/12/2019@ TEXAS71-64W3W122O28-5154.9%26921-4744.7%2912
2/16/2019IOWA ST64-78L-2.5L131O21-5042.0%27929-5552.7%3410
2/18/2019@ W VIRGINIA65-51W-7W130U24-5444.4%311218-5234.6%3515
2/23/2019OKLAHOMA ST85-46W-10W123O32-5261.5%36816-5131.4%2310
2/25/2019@ KANSAS49-64L4.5L135U18-5731.6%311221-5339.6%4110
3/2/2019BAYLOR66-60W-6.5L127U21-4744.7%271021-4447.7%3719
3/4/2019@ TCU64-52W-1W132U23-4946.9%291320-4841.7%2414
3/9/2019OKLAHOMA68-53W-7.5W127U26-5844.8%34722-5341.5%3112
3/14/2019*TCU              
KEY GAME INFORMATION
TCU:
Nickname: Horned Frogs.
Coach: Jamie Dixon.
Conference: Big 12.
Who's gone: Forward Kenrich Williams (NBA), forward Vladimir Brodziansky (pro league in Spain).
Who's back: Senior guard Alex Robinson averaged 9.7 points and a team-best 6.1 assists per game last season. Forward J.D. Miller averaged 7.9 points and 3.8 rebounds. Guard Desmond Bane was the Big 12's best 3-point shooter, making 46 percent of his shots from beyond the arc. Point guard Jaylen Fisher averaged 10.7 points and 4.4 assists per game, but missed the end of each of his first two seasons because of injury and is hurt again. His sophomore season ended last January because of a torn meniscus in his right knee, and had arthroscopic surgery on the same knee in September. Kouat Noi, a 6-7 forward, averaged 10.2 points and 3.9 rebounds as a freshman.
Who's new: Kaden Archie is a 6-6 freshman forward from nearby Midlothian, Kevin Samuel is a 6-11 center from Barbuda, and 6-11 forward Yuat Alok is a junior from New Zealand.
The Skinny: After making it to their first NCAA Tournament in 20 seasons, the Frogs are No. 20 in this year's preseason AP poll. With five returning players and eight newcomers for Dixon's third season, the coach says that ranking is based on what they can become, but not what they are now.
Expectations: Las Vegas oddsmakers have TCU as a long shot to win the NCAA Tournament at 120-1, the same as Big 12 rival Baylor, but well below five other conference foes, including league favorites Kansas at 17-2 and West Virginia at 30-1.
KANSAS ST: Last season: 25-12, lost to Loyola-Chicago in Elite Eight
Nickname: Wildcats
Coach: Bruce Weber
Conference: Big 12
Who's gone: PF Mawdo Sallah (transferred to Radford), SG Brian Patrick (transferred to IUPFW); SG Amaad Wainwright, SG Mason Schoen, SG Kade Kinnamon
Who's back: Preseason Big 12 player of the year Dean Wade, who averaged 16.2 points and 6.2 rebounds last season; All-Big 12 SG Barry Brown Jr., who averaged 15.9 points; SF Xavier Sneed, who broke out during NCAA Tournament run; PG Kamau Stokes, who averaged 9.0 points and team-best 3.4 assists; PG Cartier Diarra, who played 23.8 minutes per game as a freshman; PF Makol Mawien; SG Mike McGuirl; PF Levi Stockard III; PF Nigel Shadd: PF James Love III.
Who's new: PF Austin Trice, a transfer from Wabash Valley College in Illinois; PG Shaun Williams, a three-star prospect from St. Louis.
The Skinny: The 12th-ranked Wildcats return everyone of note from last year's Elite Eight team, and they're a whole lot healthier than they were in their March run. Kansas State roared through the bracket despite the absence of Wade, their best player, who was dealing with an injury. Stokes also missed time last season. If the Wildcats can stay healthy, they have a good chance of challenging Kansas for the Big 12 title.
Expectations: Las Vegas oddsmakers have Kansas State at 80-1 to win the NCAA Tournament, the fourth-best of Big 12 teams behind Kansas, West Virginia and Texas Tech.
PREVIEW
Kansas State looks to advance without Wade
 

No. 15 Kansas State will welcome back one key player for their quarterfinal game Thursday against TCU in the Big 12 tournament, but another integral part of the team will be out, likely for the whole weekend.

Guard Cartier Diarra is expected to play after missing the last eight games with an injured hand. Head coach Bruce Weber said that Diarra probably wouldn't start.

The return of Diarra will help the Wildcats, who will be without first-team all-Big 12 forward Dean Wade. Wade injured his foot sometime during the regular-season finale against Oklahoma.

Before the injury, Wade scored 11 points and grabbed seven rebounds as the Wildcats defeated the Sooners 68-53 on Saturday to clinch their first Big 12 championship since they shared the title with Kansas in 2013.

No one is quite sure when or how the injury occurred, but Weber is pretty sure that Wade won't play in the Big 12 tournament.

"I would anticipate that," Weber said following his team's Wednesday practice. "We're leaving it up to him and the team doctors. We've got to look out for the student-athlete."

Kansas State, the tournament's top seed, defeated eighth-seeded TCU twice by an average of 11 points this season, holding the Horned Frogs to their two lowest-scoring losses of the season.

"Kouat (Noi) didn't play in that game at their place," TCU head coach Jamie Dixon said, recalling his team's 65-55 loss on Jan. 19 in Manhattan, Kan. "It was a close game, (and) we had six guys. This time we will bring out seven.

"It's an opportunity to play the team that won the league and beat us twice. We think we are playing a little bit better."

On Wednesday, TCU raced out to an early 27-11 lead over Oklahoma State and led by as many as 21 points in the second half. But a late 16-0 run by the Cowboys gave them a 70-68 lead with 27 seconds to play. Desmond Bane hit a 3-pointer as the Horned Frogs regained the lead, then Alex Robinson hit two free throws to seal the victory.

TCU (20-12) was among the last four in in ESPN's most recent "bracketology" predictions. Dixon said he hopes the win over Oklahoma State was enough to seal a bid.

"(We had) 20 wins in the Big 12, the toughest conference in the country, and we played a tough non-conference schedule," he said. "So I would think so. But you never know what plays out in the other (conferences). With our conference clearly being the best, we've put ourselves in a good spot."

For Kansas State (24-7), this scenario is a replay of last year. Wade missed most of his team's action in the 2018 Big 12 tournament. He then played a total of eight minutes in the Wildcats' run to the Elite Eight in the NCAA tournament. Wade also missed six games during this regular season.

"Everyone else has to step up and get better," Wildcats guard Barry Brown said. "Dean is a passer, a scorer, a rebounder, a defender. We'll miss him. Everyone has to be a little bit better version of themselves.

"We'll be ready, because we've been doing that the entire year. There's no added pressure, there's nothing we're not used to. We'll come out and focus on that one team. Once we conquer that team, we'll move on to the next one."

Weber said having Diarra back will help.

"There's no doubt," he said. "He's been through this before. He was part of the run last year. The sad part is that right before he hurt his hand, he was playing the best ball of his career. Now, can he get that back quickly, we'll just have to see."

--Field Level Media


Last Updated: 5/20/2019 10:48:54 AM EST


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