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CBB : ATS Matchup
Sunday 3/18/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore
MD-BALT COUNTY
 
KANSAS ST
+10  

-10  
+375

-550

137
 
43
Final
50

MD-BALT COUNTY (25 - 10) vs. KANSAS ST (23 - 11)
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Sunday, 3/18/2018 7:45 PM
NCAA Tournament - Second Round - Spectrum Center - Charlotte, NC
Board OpenLatest
711MD-BALT COUNTY135.5136
712KANSAS ST-10.5-10
ADVANCED TEAM STATS
MD-BALT COUNTY - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games25-10+65-14-273.935.844.7%34.869.033.144.0%35.8
Road Games10-8+43-12-270.134.843.3%33.770.733.244.2%36.9
Last 5 Games5-0+64-03-173.031.647.8%34.861.230.641.2%32.0
MD-BALT COUNTY Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
 PPGHalfFGM-APctFGM-APCTFTM-APctTotOffAstPFStlTOBk
Team Stats (All Games)73.935.826-5844.7%10-2639.0%12-1865.1%35815167122
vs opponents surrendering72.934.826-5745.0%8-2336.4%13-1969.9%35814186133
Team Stats (Road Games)70.134.825-5843.3%10-2638.1%10-1664.9%34714176122
Stats Against (All Games)69.033.125-5644.0%8-2334.8%12-1767.5%36913196153
vs opponents averaging70.433.425-5743.5%7-2233.7%13-1970.8%35813186133
Stats Against (Road Games)70.733.225-5744.2%8-2435.2%12-1867.9%37913186133

KANSAS ST - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games23-11+2.415-1611-1972.335.647.2%30.767.631.542.6%34.0
Road Games9-8-1.68-97-1071.335.448.0%28.673.234.445.5%35.2
Last 5 Games3-2+1.63-22-367.631.247.6%31.067.831.443.1%35.8
KANSAS ST Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
 PPGHalfFGM-APctFGM-APCTFTM-APctTotOffAstPFStlTOBk
Team Stats (All Games)72.335.626-5547.2%7-2034.8%14-1973.6%31714188113
vs opponents surrendering73.23426-5943.9%8-2235.3%13-1971.4%35914186134
Team Stats (Road Games)71.335.426-5448.0%6-1933.2%13-1873.9%29612197113
Stats Against (All Games)67.631.523-5442.6%7-2232.9%14-1974.2%34913186142
vs opponents averaging75.93627-5945.3%8-2335.8%14-1971.8%36914186134
Stats Against (Road Games)73.234.425-5545.5%8-2335.5%16-2272.1%351013186133
Average power rating of opponents played: MD-BALT COUNTY 67.8,  KANSAS ST 81.9
SCHEDULE AND RESULTS
MD-BALT COUNTY - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/UShotsPctREBTOShotsPctREBTO
1/27/2018MAINE86-74W - -33-6352.4%341629-5651.8%3224
1/31/2018@ STONY BROOK67-63W - -25-5942.4%321023-5442.6%4017
2/3/2018VERMONT53-81L - -18-5036.0%241129-4465.9%3013
2/8/2018@ BINGHAMTON78-68W - -29-5949.2%32526-6241.9%3811
2/11/2018@ NEW HAMPSHIRE68-59W - -24-4454.5%331020-5735.1%3010
2/18/2018ALBANY68-60W - -24-4949.0%251122-5837.9%3715
2/21/2018STONY BROOK57-64L - -21-6233.9%32821-4843.7%4318
2/24/2018UMASS-LOWELL83-75W - -31-6845.6%421227-6541.5%3912
2/27/2018@ HARTFORD62-53W - -21-5042.0%341421-5637.5%3716
3/3/2018UMASS-LOWELL89-77W-9W152O33-6550.8%401025-6041.7%3713
3/6/2018HARTFORD75-60W-3W134O26-5547.3%411621-5240.4%3215
3/10/2018@ VERMONT65-62W10.5W131U25-5644.6%26418-3847.4%3213
3/16/2018*VIRGINIA74-54W20.5W119.5O26-4854.2%331223-5641.1%227
3/18/2018*KANSAS ST              

KANSAS ST - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/UShotsPctREBTOShotsPctREBTO
1/27/2018GEORGIA56-51W-6.5L133U18-4738.3%27620-5437.0%3811
1/29/2018KANSAS56-70L1.5L147.5U21-6532.3%31721-4645.7%4116
2/3/2018@ W VIRGINIA51-89L7L145U14-4729.8%241528-5154.9%3612
2/7/2018@ TEXAS67-64W5.5W133U29-5453.7%261224-5841.4%3616
2/10/2018TEXAS TECH47-66L1.5L134U13-4528.9%341824-5345.3%3612
2/14/2018@ OKLAHOMA ST82-72W4W144O28-5154.9%28827-6541.5%3912
2/17/2018IOWA ST78-66W-8W144P31-6051.7%351225-5644.6%2813
2/21/2018TEXAS58-48W-3.5W132.5U20-4841.7%391216-5628.6%368
2/24/2018@ OKLAHOMA77-86L5L156.5O29-6445.3%34929-5552.7%3814
2/27/2018@ TCU59-66L6.5L146.5U25-5347.2%301923-5244.2%3516
3/3/2018BAYLOR77-67W-2.5W135O26-5052.0%271022-4944.9%2914
3/8/2018*TCU66-64W3W143U26-5646.4%331125-5446.3%3314
3/9/2018*KANSAS67-83L7L138O28-6046.7%301329-6048.3%3713
3/16/2018*CREIGHTON69-59W2.5W144U23-5046.0%351123-6833.8%4513
3/18/2018*MD-BALT COUNTY              
KEY GAME INFORMATION
KANSAS ST: Last season: 21-14, lost in first round of NCAA Tournament
Who's gone: G Carlbe Ervin II, F Isaiah Maurice, F Wesley Iwundu, F Austin Budke, F D.J. Johnson
Who's back: G Kamau Stokes averaged 11.7 points and a team-leading 4.1 assists last season; G Barry Brown averaged 11.7 points and 3.2 rebounds; F Dean Wade averaged 9.3 points and shot 50 percent from the field, and will be asked to give the Wildcats more of a post presence this season; Xavier Sneed averaged 7.1 points as a freshman and will be heavily counted upon this season.
Who's new: F Mawdo Sallah is a 6-8 graduate transfer from Mount St. Mary's who is eligible immediately; F Makol Mawie is a 6-9 sophomore who transferred from New Mexico Junior College; G Amaad Wainright transferred from Trinity Valley Community College; Nigel Shadd and Levi Stockard are touted 6-8 prep forwards; G Mike McGuirl is a top-100 guard prospect from Connecticut.
The Skinny: Kansas State squeaked into the NCAA Tournament last season despite going 8-10 in league play. Most of its core returns intact, though a lack of size that plagued the Wildcats last season still exists. Big 12 coaches picked them to finish eighth, but there is a feeling that they could finish in the top half of the league.
PREVIEW
After historic upset, UMBC braces for Kansas St.
 

CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- After a stunning upset of overall No. 1 seed Virginia, Maryland-Baltimore County coaches and players could be excused for resting on their laurels. That isn't likely to happen.

The underdog of all underdogs, the 16th-seeded Retrievers are looking to continue to dance as they face No. 9 seed Kansas State in the second round of the NCAA Tournament on Sunday evening at Spectrum Center.

"We made history, but we try to block out everything," said Jairus Lyles, who led the Retrievers with 28 points against Virginia. "We've got a tough team we have to Sunday. I think we'll be ready."

"We want to win every game we're in," UMBC forward Joe Sherburne said. "We think we have just as good a chance at winning this game as the last game and the game before that."

After most of the team struggled chasing sleep after the big win, the biggest concern still may be a letdown for the Retrievers (25-10).

"It's always a concern," coach Ryan Odom said. "This was a historic event. We knew that would be an issue. But I'm not the type of guy that's going to take their phones. It's more about they've got to do the right thing.

"We experienced this on a much smaller scale when Jairus hit the (game-winning) shot at Vermont (in the America East Tournament final). Now this is a little bit different story here. We've got to encourage our guys to turn the page and focus here."

UMBC's style proved to be a tough matchup against Virginia, with Cavaliers coach Tony Bennett saying they couldn't handle the Retrievers' four-guard lineup.

But that may fall right into the hands of Kansas State. The Wildcats defeated Creighton using mostly four guards. There were times when the second-tallest player on the floor was 6-foot-2 Barry Brown, who likely will get the assignment of stopping -- or at least slowing down -- Lyles.

"I watched tape on him already when I found out that we were going to play them," Brown said Saturday. "That's going to be the guy I'm going to be guarding for most of the game. (I) see where he picks his spots and what he liked to do and how he likes to score. Hopefully I can shut him down."

Kansas State (23-11) likely will be without All-Big 12 first-team forward Dean Wade, who missed the 69-59 victory over Creighton with a stress fracture in his left foot. He is a game-time decision, but Wildcats coach Bruce Weber is preparing for life without him.

"Dean did some stuff today again," Weber said, "just a little bit on the court. I think if he plays it would be (on) a limited basis probably. But you know, miracles happen, and it would be nice to have him.

"Obviously we would have a nice matchup advantage if we had him inside. But (if) we don't, it's next man up. Mike (McGuirl) was it last night, Mak (Makol Mawien) was it against Kansas. We have to have somebody else step up tomorrow night."


Last Updated: 12/15/2018 10:28:04 PM EST


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