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CBB : ATS Matchup
Friday 3/15/2019Line$ LineOU LineScore
FLORIDA
 
LSU
+3.5  

-3.5  
+145

-165

136.5
 
76
Final
73

FLORIDA (18 - 14) vs. LSU (26 - 5)
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Friday, 3/15/2019 1:00 PM
SEC Tournament - Quarterfinals - Nashville, TN
Board OpenLatest
815FLORIDA135135.5
816LSU-2-3
ADVANCED TEAM STATS
FLORIDA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games18-14-15.614-1810-2268.232.842.2%33.663.329.742.0%34.4
Road Games8-8+0.510-62-1463.730.940.6%32.761.928.741.3%35.1
Last 5 Games2-3-7.63-21-465.432.242.6%32.062.229.643.4%32.4
Conference Games10-9-12.68-117-1267.432.541.3%32.165.931.444.1%34.4
FLORIDA Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
 PPGHalfFGM-APctFGM-APCTFTM-APctTotOffAstPFStlTOBk
Team Stats (All Games)68.232.824-5742.2%8-2533.5%12-1772.1%34912187124
vs opponents surrendering70.833.325-5842.7%8-2234.2%13-1969.8%35913186133
Team Stats (Road Games)63.730.922-5540.6%7-2431.6%11-1669.9%33912197114
Stats Against (All Games)63.329.722-5342.0%6-2031.4%13-1869.4%34911176153
vs opponents averaging74.435.526-5844.9%8-2234.4%14-2071.0%361014187134
Stats Against (Road Games)61.928.721-5141.3%6-1933.7%14-2066.8%35911175153

LSU - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games26-5+13.119-1218-1381.638.546.2%38.772.932.643.5%33.8
Road Games11-3+9.810-49-579.335.345.1%36.975.634.143.7%37.6
Last 5 Games5-0+5.65-02-376.234.641.8%43.268.228.640.0%37.2
Conference Games16-2+11.313-511-782.337.844.2%40.175.134.244.5%34.8
LSU Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
 PPGHalfFGM-APctFGM-APCTFTM-APctTotOffAstPFStlTOBk
Team Stats (All Games)81.638.528-6246.2%7-2132.4%18-2475.6%391213199134
vs opponents surrendering69.532.724-5742.6%7-2233.3%13-1970.5%34912186143
Team Stats (Road Games)79.335.328-6145.1%7-2132.2%17-2375.9%371113219134
Stats Against (All Games)72.932.626-5943.5%8-2334.3%14-2069.1%34911207153
vs opponents averaging73.33526-5744.9%8-2234.8%14-2071.1%36913187134
Stats Against (Road Games)75.634.126-6043.7%6-2129.6%17-2569.0%381112207143
Average power rating of opponents played: FLORIDA 83.2,  LSU 81.7
SCHEDULE AND RESULTS
FLORIDA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/UShotsPctREBTOShotsPctREBTO
1/26/2019@ TCU50-55L3.5L135.5U19-6230.6%331018-5036.0%4517
1/30/2019OLE MISS90-86W-5L133O31-6349.2%271329-6346.0%4117
2/2/2019KENTUCKY54-65L4L132U22-6334.9%34923-5641.1%4612
2/5/2019@ AUBURN62-76L9L138.5U23-5046.0%281725-5248.1%2910
2/9/2019@ TENNESSEE61-73L11L138U21-5935.6%331228-5352.8%3113
2/13/2019VANDERBILT66-57W-11L131U19-5733.3%391218-5135.3%3819
2/16/2019@ ALABAMA71-53W3.5W135.5U27-5054.0%31919-4344.2%2311
2/20/2019@ LSU82-77W6.5W142.5O30-6546.2%361427-6342.9%3814
2/23/2019MISSOURI64-60W-10L125U18-4341.9%281023-5541.8%2910
2/27/2019@ VANDERBILT71-55W-4.5W129.5U24-5048.0%30921-5141.2%3014
3/2/2019GEORGIA55-61L-11.5L135U18-4837.5%301223-4156.1%2115
3/6/2019LSU78-79L0L139.5O26-5844.8%361131-7243.1%4614
3/9/2019@ KENTUCKY57-66L10.5W127.5U24-5444.4%23619-4641.3%3911
3/14/2019*ARKANSAS66-50W-3.5W134.5U21-5538.2%411217-4637.0%2613
3/15/2019*LSU              

LSU - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/UShotsPctREBTOShotsPctREBTO
1/26/2019@ MISSOURI86-80W-6.5L142.5O24-6835.3%431324-5742.1%4317
1/30/2019@ TEXAS A&M72-57W-5W149.5U26-7037.1%451218-5433.3%3916
2/2/2019ARKANSAS89-90L-10L155.5O26-5944.1%442135-6058.3%2018
2/6/2019@ MISSISSIPPI ST92-88W3W154O35-6454.7%351732-5954.2%3018
2/9/2019AUBURN83-78W-2.5W161.5U28-7238.9%471127-5648.2%3519
2/12/2019@ KENTUCKY73-71W9W149U24-5642.9%32825-6041.7%399
2/16/2019@ GEORGIA83-79W-7.5L152O30-5455.6%30827-5747.4%3011
2/20/2019FLORIDA77-82L-6.5L142.5O27-6342.9%381430-6546.2%3614
2/23/2019TENNESSEE82-80W4W153O25-6538.5%37730-6744.8%4314
2/26/2019TEXAS A&M66-55W-10W149U23-6634.8%47919-6031.7%4112
3/2/2019@ ALABAMA74-69W-3W148U28-6642.4%481124-6437.5%4013
3/6/2019@ FLORIDA79-78W0W139.5O31-7243.1%461426-5844.8%3611
3/9/2019VANDERBILT80-59W-13W142U30-5950.8%38921-5141.2%2610
3/15/2019*FLORIDA              
KEY GAME INFORMATION
FLORIDA: Last season: 21-13, losing in second round of NCAA Tournament.
Nickname: Gators.
Coach: Mike White.
Conference: SEC.
Who's gone: Point guard Chris Chiozza, swingman Egor Koulechov, center John Egbunu.
Who's back: Guard Jalen Hudson entered the NBA draft but failed to get an invite to the combine, so he returned for his senior season. Hudson averaged a team-high 15.5 points last year and gives the Gators a proven scorer to play alongside shooting guard KeVaughn Allen and highly touted freshman point guard Andrew Nembhard. Forwards Keith Stone and Kevarrius Hayes get some much-needed help in the frontcourt with the return of Chase Johnson (concussion) and Isaiah Stokes (knee).
Who's new: Nembhard is expected to be one of the top freshmen in the conference, maybe even the country. A 6-foot-5 Canadian who attended high school in nearby Orlando, Nembhard led his country to a silver medal in the FIBA U18 Americas. White calls him the best passer he's ever coached, saying "that is his gift." Forward Keyontae Johnson and guard Noah Locke will be role players as freshmen.
The Skinny: The Gators faltered in February, limped into the tournament and failed to get past the opening weekend. Still, back-to-back NCAA Tournament appearances are notable progress for White, who's entering his fourth season at Florida. Team needs to be better at home after dropping five of 17 games in the O'Connell Center in 2017-18.
Expectations: Anything short of another NCAA Tournament berth would be a disappointment in White's fourth season. They have enough talent, experience and depth to make a lengthy postseason run, especially if Nembhard is as good as advertised.
LSU: Last season: 18-15, lost in second round of NIT
Nickname: Tigers
Coach: Will Wade
Conference: SEC
Who's gone: G Brandon Sampson (turned pro), G Randy Onwuasor, PF Duop Reath, F Wayde Sims (deceased), F Aaron Epps, F Jeremy Combs, F Mayan Kiir (transferred to USF).
Who's back: PG Tremont Waters averaged 15.9 points, 6 assists and 2 steals; G Skylar Mays averaged 11.3 points, 4 rebounds and 3 assists; G Daryl Edwards averaged 6.8 points as an intermittent starter; G Marshall Graves averaged 5.1 minutes of playing time in 14 games.
Who's new: F Naz Reid, a five-star prospect from Asbury Park, New Jersey; F Emmitt Williams, a five-star prospect from Fort Myers, Florida; F Kavell Bigby-Williams sat out last season after transferring from Oregon; G Ja'vonte Smart, a four-star prospect named the top high school player in Louisiana last season; F Courtese Cooper is a junior college transfer from Triton; F Darius Days, a four-star prospect from Raleigh, Florida; F Aundre Hyatt, a Rivals' Top 100 player from New York; G Danya Kingsby, a junior college transfer from Southern Idaho; G Marlon Taylor, a junior college transfer from Panola College; G Will Reese, a former LSU baseball player.
The Skinny: The Tigers return their most dynamic player from last season in Waters as well as one of their more reliable and productive back court players in Mays. By adding two five-star recruits, along with the top prospect from Louisiana and an experienced front-court transfer from another major program, Wade has built a team that enters the season ranking No. 23 in the Top 25 poll, and with high hopes of making waves in the SEC and NCAA Tournament. The Tigers will start the season mourning the death of Sims, who was shot and killed late last month.
Expectations: Las Vegas odds makers have LSU at 100-1 to win the NCAA Tournament.
PREVIEW
Scandal weighing heavy in No. 9 LSU's meeting with Florida
 

No. 9 LSU had its hands full in both meetings against Florida this season, splitting the games while going to overtime in both.

The third matchup between the two teams will be even more intriguing when the eighth-seeded Gators face the top-seed Tigers on Friday in the SEC tournament quarterfinals.

LSU will go into this matchup without head coach Will Wade, who was suspended by the school on last Friday after reports surfaced that his voice was on a FBI wiretap in an attempt to negotiate with convicted middleman Christian Dawkins while recruiting LSU freshman guard Javonte Smart.

Wade released a statement on Thursday saying he should be allowed by the school to rejoin the team as head coach.

"Last week, when the University decided to place me on administrative leave, I accepted the decision without complaint as I knew that they wanted time to reflect on the flurry of media reports," Wade said in a statement. "With the benefit of a week to consider the circumstances, I believe University officials should allow me to resume my duties."

LSU athletic director Joe Alleva told the Baton Rouge Advocate that Wade remains suspended because he has yet to discuss the matter with him and school officials.

Under interim coach Tony Benford, LSU clinched the outright SEC title with an 80-59 win over Vanderbilt last Saturday. Benford, a former head coach at North Texas, will be coaching his second game for the Tigers on Friday.

Smart, LSU's fourth-leading scorer at 11.5 points per game, did not play for the Tigers against Vanderbilt. The school has yet to decide whether he will suit up for the Gators on Friday.

LSU (26-5) suffered an 82-77 overtime loss to Florida at home on Feb. 20, but bounced back to beat the Gators 79-78 in overtime on March 6 in Gainesville, Fla. The Gators (18-14) had a chance to win the second meeting, but coming out of a timeout with 6.6 remaining, failed to get a shot off before the final buzzer. Senior guard Jalen Hudson scored a season-high 33 points for Florida in the loss.

Florida kept its NCAA Tournament hopes alive with a 66-50 win over Arkansas in the SEC tournament on Thursday. Senior guard KeVaughn Allen broke out of a shooting slump, going 6 of 14 from the floor and 3 of 7 from 3-point range en route to 17 points.

LSU has been led all season by sophomore point guard Tremont Waters, who ranks eighth in the SEC in scoring (15.3 points per game) and third in assists (5.9 per game).

Benford said LSU freshman center Naz Reid, who suffered an elbow injury against Florida and sat out the Vanderbilt game, should be good to go on Friday in the rematch with the Gators.

"Our guys showed a lot of resiliency and toughness on Saturday, obviously without Coach Wade, Javonte and Naz," Benford told the media. "I thought our group did a great job of really having tunnel vision and staying focused on the task at hand and going out and playing really, really well."

Benford said he's confident that LSU will be able to continue to play through the distractions that have surrounded the programs since Wade's suspension began.

"This is the closest group I've ever been around in my 28 years of coaching at this level," Benford said. "They trust one another. They trust our staff. They show a great deal of toughness and ability to make plays when they need to."

--Field Level Media


Last Updated: 5/20/2019 10:50:45 AM EST


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