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Thursday 11/15/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore



TEXAS A&M (1 - 1) at GONZAGA (2 - 0)
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Thursday, 11/15/2018 11:30 PM
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523TEXAS A&M154156.5
TEXAS A&M - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games1-1-20-21-085.547.541.5%54.078.534.540.9%41.5
Road Games0-000-00-0000.0%0000.0%0
Last 5 Games1-1-20-21-085.547.541.5%54.078.534.540.9%41.5
TEXAS A&M Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)85.547.530-7341.5%7-3321.2%17-2667.3%542016188176
vs opponents surrendering80.640.229-6942.6%9-3229.6%13-2063.8%411318198174
Team Stats (Road Games)000-00.0%0-00.0%0-00.0%0000000
Stats Against (All Games)78.534.528-6840.9%13-3734.7%9-1755.9%411315248174
vs opponents averaging86.33931-7043.4%12-3533.4%14-2067.1%471618188174
Stats Against (Road Games)000-00.0%0-00.0%0-00.0%0000000

GONZAGA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games2-002-02-0112.053.055.3%
Home Games2-002-02-0112.053.055.3%
Last 5 Games2-002-02-0112.053.055.3%
GONZAGA Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)112.053.039-7055.3%8-2432.7%26-3183.9%47142316895
vs opponents surrendering92.648.933-6649.7%8-2333.3%20-2871.2%441218186125
Team Stats (Home Games)112.053.039-7055.3%8-2432.7%26-3183.9%47142316895
Stats Against (All Games)73.033.028-7040.0%6-2229.5%10-1567.7%301114235152
vs opponents averaging72.232.226-6639.5%8-2334.2%12-1773.5%34914235142
Stats Against (Home Games)73.033.028-7040.0%6-2229.5%10-1567.7%301114235152
Average power rating of opponents played: TEXAS A&M 68,  GONZAGA 69
TEXAS A&M - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
11/7/2018SAVANNAH ST98-83W-29L168O37-8145.7%682427-8232.9%4320
11/15/2018@ GONZAGA              
11/23/2018S ALABAMA              
12/3/2018NORTHWESTERN ST              
12/8/2018BOSTON COLLEGE              

GONZAGA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
11/6/2018IDAHO ST120-79W-30W153.5O41-7058.6%42732-7045.7%3015
11/10/2018TEXAS SOUTHERN104-67W-27.5W156O37-7152.1%521224-7034.3%3115
11/15/2018TEXAS A&M              
11/26/2018N DAKOTA ST              
12/1/2018@ CREIGHTON              
TEXAS A&M: Last season: 22-13, reached Sweet 16
Nickname: Aggies
Coach: Billy Kennedy
Conference: Southeastern Conference
Who's gone: Forward Robert Williams (NBA), center Tyler Davis (NBA), forward DJ Hogg (NBA) and center Tonny Trocha-Morelos, guard Duane Wilson.
Who's back: Guard Admon Gilder considered the NBA before deciding to return for his senior season, giving the Aggies veteran experience and solid scoring after he averaged 12.3 points last season. Guard TJ Starks is back after averaging 9.9 point as a freshman. Guard Jay Jay Chandler will need to take a step forward after scoring 3.7 points as a freshman last year.
Who's new: Junior college transfer Wendell Mitchell is a talented guard expected to get minutes. Texas A&M replaced some of the size it lost with the signing of John Brown, a 7-foot sophomore who spent last season at Blinn Junior College.
The Skinny: The Aggies reached the Sweet 16 for the second time in the last three years last season behind a big lineup led by Williams, who was the 27th overall pick in the draft, and Davis. The team will look much different this season with a guard-heavy lineup that will certainly play much faster than last year's squad.
Expectations: A year after the Aggies lost to to Michigan in the regional semifinals, most aren't expecting much this season. The three losses to the NBA left major holes in the roster and Texas A&M was predicted to finish 12th in the SEC in the preseason media poll. Oddsmakers say Texas A&M is a 120-1 longshot to win the national title.
GONZAGA: Last season: 32-5, reached the Sweet Sixteen for fourth consecutive season
Nickname: Bulldogs
Coach: Mark Few
Conference: West Coast
Who's gone: Forward Johnathan Williams, guard Silas Melson.
Who's back: NBA hopefuls Rui Hachimura and Killian Tillie, starting guard Josh Perkins (12.3 points) and late season hero Zach Norvell Jr. (12.7 points). Hachimura came off the bench last year, but his raw athleticism excited pro scouts. Jeremy Jones and Corey Kispert also return.
Who's new: Brandon Clarke becomes eligible after transferring from San Jose State, where he averaged 17.3 points, 8.7 rebounds and 2.6 blocks per game as a sophomore. "He's easily the most athletic guy I have ever played with," Perkins said. Graduate transfer Geno Crandall is coming from North Dakota, where he averaged 16.6 points, 4.3 rebounds and 3.6 assists per game last year.
The Skinny: The Zags' No. 3 ranking in the AP preseason poll is the highest in their history, and this team on paper has a chance to reach the national title game.
Expectations: Las Vegas odds-makers have the Zags at 15-2 odds to win the NCAA Tournament, trailing only Duke and Kentucky. They are expected to win the West Coast Conference.
High-scoring No. 3 Gonzaga hosts Texas A&M

While both Gonzaga and Texas A&M have dealt with early-season injuries, the Bulldogs haven't missed a beat.

Not so for the Aggies.

Texas A&M (1-1) blew a 14-point, early-second-half lead and lost at UC Irvine 74-73 on Friday.

The No. 3 Zags (2-0), who host the Aggies on Thursday in Spokane, Wash., have averaged 112 points in two blowouts.

Gonzaga is coming off a 104-67 rout of Texas Southern, despite some early foul trouble and missing junior Killian Tillie, who is out for another six weeks or so with a stress fracture in his ankle.

Rui Hachimura (two early fouls), who scored 33 in the team's opener, and Zach Norvell Jr. (three fouls), both made their way to the bench midway through the first half.

Gonzaga coach Mark Few simply turned to others, namely power forward Brandon Clarke, who had 19 points, 13 rebounds and six blocks.

"Anytime starters go down, or key pieces go down, somebody else can step up and make plays, like tonight showed," Norvell told the (Spokane) Spokesman-Review. "We're probably not the deepest team, but we have a lot of talent in this locker room."

Added point guard Josh Perkins: "Brandon Clarke, he's something, right? Blocking every shot, running 40 miles an hour down the court."

Clarke will pose a problem for the Aggies, who come in with their own roster issues.

They could be without guard Admon Gilder, who is dealing with a nagging hamstring injury, and his backcourt mate Wendell Mitchell might be sidelined as well. Neither played in the Aggies' first two games.

"We're not going to make a decision until we have a good feel for how he is in shootaround tomorrow," Texas A&M head coach Billy Kennedy said of Gilder's status after Wednesday's practice, according to the Dallas Morning News.

Without the two guards, the Aggies are just 14 of 66 from 3-point range this season.

"It's been the craziest thing so far this year with both of those guys," Kennedy added. "It's going to be day-to-day. That's how it's been for the last three weeks.

"We're still trying to figure out our team," Kennedy said. "We may have to play big if we don't have Chuck (Mitchell) and Admon. May play bigger with our bigger lineup and that's something we haven't done a whole lot until recently."

The Zags, who are shooting better than 55 percent from the field and almost 84 percent from the free-throw line, averaged 24 assists, eight steals and six blocks in their first two games.

Their athleticism worries Kennedy.

"(The Bulldogs) play small, but their small guys actually have pretty good size," Kennedy said. "Very athletic and have very good physicality."

This is the first of three games in the Pacific Northwest for the Aggies. They head to Vancouver to face Minnesota (Sunday) and Washington (Tuesday).

Gonzaga already has one win over Texas A&M this week.

Drew Timme, a 6-foot-10 power forward from Richardson, Texas, chose Gonzaga over the Aggies, Illinois and Alabama, strengthening any already impressive Bulldogs 2019 recruiting class. Timme, ranked the 29th best prospect on Rivals.com's ratings and No. 59 in ESPN's top 100, averaged 27.7 points, 17.9 rebounds and 4.3 assists as a junior at J.J. Pierce High School.

He'll join 6-8 power forward Anton Watson, point guard Brock Ravet and 6-7 Lithuanian forward Martynas Arlauskas on what was the No. 25 recruiting class, according to ESPN's rankings, prior to Timme's commitment.

Last Updated: 5/19/2019 6:38:26 AM EST

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