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CBB : ATS Matchup
Wednesday 1/3/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore
KENTUCKY
 
LSU
-3  

+3  
-155

+135

156.5
 
74
Final
71

KENTUCKY (11 - 2) at LSU (9 - 3)
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Wednesday, 1/3/2018 8:30 PM
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765KENTUCKY-4.5-2.5
766LSU153157
ADVANCED TEAM STATS
KENTUCKY - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games11-2+0.36-77-580.339.348.2%40.269.032.840.0%33.7
Road Games1-2-3.72-12-176.342.045.9%39.774.734.739.7%36.7
Last 5 Games4-1+0.33-24-183.440.245.2%39.873.434.242.8%35.2
Conference Games1-0+10-10-166.026.031.5%42.061.027.039.7%38.0
KENTUCKY Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
 PPGHalfFGM-APctFGM-APCTFTM-APctTotOffAstPFStlTOBk
Team Stats (All Games)80.339.329-6048.2%5-1536.3%17-2569.4%401216187146
vs opponents surrendering70.733.225-6041.8%8-2233.6%13-1869.3%34913196133
Team Stats (Road Games)76.342.028-6045.9%5-1830.2%16-2271.2%401216187177
Stats Against (All Games)69.032.825-6340.0%8-2629.4%11-1767.6%341013206143
vs opponents averaging77.736.527-5946.5%8-2235.8%15-2172.2%38915176144
Stats Against (Road Games)74.734.726-6639.7%10-2934.5%12-1673.5%3713171711132

LSU - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games9-3+0.25-35-484.741.851.5%35.773.434.243.7%31.2
Home Games7-1-0.83-13-291.445.953.4%37.969.932.541.9%31.1
Last 5 Games4-1-1.82-11-283.442.448.9%39.066.234.839.6%33.8
LSU Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
 PPGHalfFGM-APctFGM-APCTFTM-APctTotOffAstPFStlTOBk
Team Stats (All Games)84.741.830-5951.5%9-2338.0%15-2074.6%361016178124
vs opponents surrendering7334.926-5844.4%8-2335.2%13-1971.0%35914186143
Team Stats (Home Games)91.445.933-6353.4%9-2338.3%15-2075.5%381118159104
Stats Against (All Games)73.434.226-5943.7%9-2634.9%12-1772.9%311012187142
vs opponents averaging76.436.227-6045.7%8-2435.6%13-1870.9%361015187133
Stats Against (Home Games)69.932.525-6141.9%9-2634.6%10-1470.9%31911196151
Average power rating of opponents played: KENTUCKY 81.5,  LSU 75.7
SCHEDULE AND RESULTS
KENTUCKY - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/UShotsPctREBTOShotsPctREBTO
11/14/2017*KANSAS61-65L5W150U23-5541.8%391824-6835.3%3911
11/17/2017E TENN ST78-61W-22L145.5U33-5856.9%402222-6832.4%3716
11/20/2017TROY70-62W-18L144.5U26-5944.1%531623-6435.9%306
11/22/2017IUPU-FT WAYNE86-67W-17.5W149O33-5560.0%441624-6040.0%2110
11/26/2017IL-CHICAGO107-73W-19W144.5O42-6366.7%371526-6440.6%3321
12/2/2017HARVARD79-70W-18L145.5O26-5646.4%371023-6237.1%3615
12/9/2017*MONMOUTH93-76W-14W145.5O31-5853.4%441926-7037.1%3415
12/16/2017VIRGINIA TECH93-86W-6W157.5O33-6848.5%331132-5558.2%3019
12/23/2017*UCLA75-83L-6.5L157.5O29-6842.6%361429-6147.5%3714
12/29/2017LOUISVILLE90-61W-4.5W148.5O30-6248.4%441124-6934.8%3711
12/31/2017GEORGIA66-61W-9.5L148.5U17-5431.5%42923-5839.7%3815
1/3/2018@ LSU              
1/6/2018@ TENNESSEE              
1/9/2018TEXAS A&M              
1/13/2018@ VANDERBILT              
1/16/2018@ S CAROLINA              
1/20/2018FLORIDA              
1/23/2018MISSISSIPPI ST              

LSU - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/UShotsPctREBTOShotsPctREBTO
11/16/2017SAMFORD105-86W-8W155O39-6560.0%33931-6349.2%2915
11/20/2017*MICHIGAN77-75W6W147O27-4658.7%311427-5945.8%298
11/21/2017*NOTRE DAME53-92L7.5L155.5U19-5236.5%321733-6451.6%356
11/22/2017*MARQUETTE84-94L5L161O27-5648.2%291726-4557.8%2416
11/29/2017TENN-MARTIN84-60W-15.5W147U31-6250.0%33721-4843.7%3318
12/10/2017UNC-WILMINGTON97-84W-13T165.5O36-6159.0%401629-6842.6%2913
12/13/2017HOUSTON80-77W2.5W158U28-6145.9%381128-6344.4%3311
12/16/2017SF AUSTIN ST82-83L-8.5L153O25-5149.0%301730-6149.2%3217
12/19/2017SAM HOUSTON ST80-58W - -30-6347.6%44823-6535.4%3811
12/22/2017N FLORIDA104-52W - -43-8053.7%50819-6031.7%2920
12/28/2017@ MEMPHIS71-61W-2W147.5U25-5446.3%331322-5937.3%3716
1/3/2018KENTUCKY              
1/6/2018@ TEXAS A&M              
1/10/2018@ ARKANSAS              
1/13/2018ALABAMA              
1/16/2018GEORGIA              
1/20/2018@ VANDERBILT              
1/23/2018TEXAS A&M              
KEY GAME INFORMATION
KENTUCKY: Last season: 32-6, reached NCAA Tournament South Region final.
Who's gone: G De'Aaron Fox, G Malik Monk, F Bam Adebayo (all NBA lottery picks); G Isaiah Briscoe, F Derek Willis, G Dominique Hawkins, G Mychal Mulder, F Isaac Humphries.
Who's back: F Wenyen Gabriel. The 6-foot-9 sophomore started 23 of 38 games before his minutes dwindled in the postseason but returns as the Wildcats' top scorer (4.6 points) and rebounder (4.8); Fs Sacha Killeya-Jones and Tai Wynyard, both 6-10, look for bigger roles this season.
Who's new: G Hamidou Diallo. The mid-year enrollee who dressed but didn't play flirted with entering the NBA Draft before deciding to return and get actual minutes. Calipari offset some of the departures with his usual crop of high school All-Americans: G Quade Green (6-0) and Fs Jarred Vanderbilt (6-9), Nick Richards (6-11), Kevin Knox (6-9) and P.J. Washington (6-7). Gs Jemarl Baker and Shai Gilgeous-Alexander were top-100 players as well.
The Skinny: The Wildcats' latest roster turnover has left Calipari with perhaps his youngest group since arriving in Lexington eight years ago. With no veteran upperclassmen, Gabriel, Wynyard and Killeya-Jones must provide leadership while competing with the newcomers for minutes. Calipari's immediate task is finding a floor general like John Wall and Tyler Ulis, but his history has shown things often work out. Having so much high-level talent is a problem any coach would love to have, though Calipari warns it might be ugly early on.
PREVIEW
No. 14 Kentucky may encounter tough Waters at LSU
 

Kentucky hits the road for the first time in SEC play Wednesday when the No. 17 Wildcats face LSU in Baton Rouge, La.

Since he starts five freshmen, it's not surprising that Kentucky coach John Calipari has some concerns. But it might not be what one would think.

First conference road trip? No.

"This is a totally different era of where they go play, who they play, the events they play in, the show games they play in," Calipari said with a nod to the AAU travel circuit. "It's the first game on somebody's home court, but we've been away from home, had to travel, and they've performed. I'm not so worried about that."

Kentucky's continued improvement on this modest two-game win streak? Yes.

"I'm worried about if we will talk more on defense because if we don't talk more, then we can't get better and we're going to be stuck where we are," Calipari said. "Can we create shots for each other versus can I get my own shot? Are we sharing more? Are we playing desperate? Are we grinding it out at the end? Are we attacking to make plays for each other? I'm more concerned about that kind of stuff than playing on the road.

"My concern is how we're playing, not where we're playing. I would I-95. Put two hoops up, shut the traffic down for a couple hours, let's play. Doesn't matter to me."

Calipari does, however, like the idea of getting his team away from 24,000-seat Rupp Arena, site of a 90-61 rout of Louisville on Dec. 29 and a 66-61 SEC opening victory over Georgia on Dec. 31.

"This can lull you to sleep when you're 24,000. You lead the nation in attendance," Calipari said. "Our fans were great at the Georgia game and the Louisville game. I mean, kind of lull you to sleep, so we've had some road games. I imagine LSU fans are gonna be there and it's gonna be a hostile environment. It'll be a great learning experience."

LSU, under first-year coach Will Wade, is 9-3, including 7-1 at the Maravich Assembly Center. The Tigers capped a 3-0 start to their season with a win over Michigan in the Maui Invitational before losses to Notre Dame and Marquette followed. LSU also won at Memphis, but lost to Stephen F. Austin at home.

Over its last four games, LSU is averaging 10.2 made 3-pointers per game, including 13 its last time out at Memphis, while scoring an average of 84.7 points.

"They're playing wide open. They're playing fast. They're scoring probably about 90 a game," Calipari said. "And I say they play fast, they don't play as fast as you think. They'll throw it ahead, but if they don't get it there, they're more, 'Alright, let's get this in some sort of pick-and-roll and get them out of position.' He's done a good job."

Freshman guard Tremont Waters leads LSU at 17.1 points per game and paces the SEC in assists (6.4) and steals (2.6).

"Dangerous if you watch him," Calipari said. "Great with the ball, finds people, has a green light to shoot to the NBA line so he'll go back there and shoot NBA 3s. Gets to the rim. When he's getting to the rim, he'll find you. He's tough, he's good. He's a handful."

Kentucky (11-2) has five players averaging in double figures -- all freshmen. Hamidou Diallo is tops at 14.9 followed by Kevin Knox, 14.5; Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, 11.6; Quade Green, 10.8; and PJ Washington, 10.0.


Last Updated: 1/22/2018 11:57:43 AM EST


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