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CBB : ATS Matchup
Wednesday 2/14/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore




IOWA (12 - 15) at MICHIGAN (20 - 7)
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IOWA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games12-15-11.89-1215-880.137.347.8%38.078.538.446.1%33.8
Road Games4-10-8.84-99-575.134.245.3%37.282.340.448.3%33.9
Last 5 Games1-4-22-33-278.634.647.9%30.487.643.652.9%35.8
Conference Games3-11-6.54-99-576.433.446.6%34.684.443.650.2%33.9
IOWA Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)80.137.329-6047.8%8-2137.9%14-2168.5%381118165134
vs opponents surrendering71.132.925-5843.2%7-2134.7%13-1970.4%34813196134
Team Stats (Road Games)75.134.228-6145.3%7-2035.2%13-1969.6%371115185153
Stats Against (All Games)78.538.429-6346.1%8-2236.6%13-1772.5%34916207123
vs opponents averaging75.135.427-5945.5%7-2035.8%14-2071.7%36914186134
Stats Against (Road Games)82.340.430-6248.3%8-2236.4%15-2074.1%34916187113

MICHIGAN - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games20-7+5.515-1111-1574.034.647.4%33.063.729.043.8%31.5
Home Games13-1+67-64-974.131.747.9%33.658.227.140.7%31.9
Last 5 Games3-2+0.83-23-271.433.048.7%
Conference Games9-5+5.28-66-869.632.545.3%31.566.930.446.3%31.0
MICHIGAN Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)74.034.627-5847.4%9-2536.5%10-1665.0%3381515693
vs opponents surrendering7233.826-5943.8%8-2234.9%12-1870.1%35914186133
Team Stats (Home Games)74.131.728-5847.9%10-2736.4%9-1560.9%34716136103
Stats Against (All Games)63.729.023-5343.8%6-1635.6%12-1671.8%32610174133
vs opponents averaging74.935.427-5945.1%8-2235.3%14-1971.5%36914176134
Stats Against (Home Games)58.227.122-5440.7%6-1635.1%9-1269.5%3269174142
Average power rating of opponents played: IOWA 76.1,  MICHIGAN 76.9
IOWA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/29/2017N ILLINOIS98-75W-15W151.5O36-6258.1%35830-6943.5%3512
1/4/2018OHIO ST81-92L1L151O29-6842.6%401135-6653.0%389
1/7/2018@ MARYLAND73-91L7L150O28-5749.1%281734-6056.7%319
1/11/2018@ ILLINOIS104-97W4.5W154O32-6450.0%451736-7448.6%2614
1/17/2018@ RUTGERS64-80L-1L142.5O24-6139.3%351729-5453.7%3111
1/27/2018@ NEBRASKA84-98L4.5L148.5O33-6650.0%28930-5257.7%3711
2/3/2018@ PENN ST58-82L8.5L154.5U21-5538.2%301335-6454.7%3711
2/6/2018MICHIGAN ST93-96L10W154O36-6952.2%30832-5756.1%3410
2/10/2018@ OHIO ST64-82L14L151U25-5942.4%291229-5552.7%3310
2/14/2018@ MICHIGAN              
2/21/2018@ MINNESOTA              

MICHIGAN - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
1/2/2018@ IOWA75-68W-2.5W142.5O28-5749.1%301025-5248.1%3113
1/13/2018@ MICHIGAN ST82-72W9.5W136O24-5742.1%31721-4546.7%3218
1/18/2018@ NEBRASKA52-72L-5L135U21-5637.5%321226-4755.3%299
1/25/2018@ PURDUE88-92L11W136O35-5860.3%251131-5062.0%2110
2/6/2018@ NORTHWESTERN52-61L-1.5L128U17-4438.6%27920-5040.0%326
2/11/2018@ WISCONSIN83-72W-4W124.5O28-5056.0%33827-5549.1%238
2/18/2018OHIO ST              
2/21/2018@ PENN ST              
2/24/2018@ MARYLAND              
IOWA: Last season: 19-15.
Who's gone: G Peter Jok.
Who's back: Everybody else, including PG Jordan Bohannon. He averaged nearly 11 points a game last season as a freshman and finished with three straight double-doubles in postseason play. F Tyler Cook (12.3 points, 5.3 rebounds) was up and down as a newcomer a year ago but could emerge as one of the Big Ten's breakout stars. F Nicholas Baer was the league's Sixth Man of the Year in 2016-17, but it's uncertain if he will move into the starting lineup.
Who's new: C Luka Garza, a freshman, was Iowa's best player during a summer tour through Europe and is expected to start. C Jack Nunge, also a freshman, should also see extended minutes in the Hawkeyes' rebuilt frontcourt.
The Skinny: Iowa will miss Jok's 19.9 points per game. But If Bohannon and Cook improve as expected and Garza and Nunge solidify the frontcourt, Iowa will likely make a push for a top-five league finish and return to the NCAA Tournament. The Hawkeyes have as many as 12 guys who can play at the Division I level, and McCaffery will have his hands full keeping everyone happy.
MICHIGAN: Last season: 26-12, won Big Ten Tournament and reached NCAA Sweet 16.
Who's gone: G Derrick Walton, F D.J. Wilson, G-F Zak Irvin, F Mark Donnal.
Who's back: F Moe Wagner. After considering jump to NBA, Wagner is back at Michigan as team's top returning player; G Muhammad-Ali Abdur-Rahkman. Enters senior season with plenty of experience after starting 37 games in 2016-17; G-F Duncan Robinson. Shot 44 percent from 3-point range in first two seasons at Michigan. G Zavier Simpson. Averaged 8.7 minutes a game as freshman last season, backing up Walton.
Who's new: G Jaaron Simmons. Graduate transfer from Ohio averaged 17.2 points last season for one of top teams in Mid-American Conference; G Charles Matthews. Kentucky transfer now eligible after sitting out last season, could give Michigan some athleticism on wing. G Eli Brooks. Averaged 29.7 points as high school senior in 2016-17.
The Skinny: Michigan has a lot to replace, but Simmons and Matthews already have Division I experience, so the transition may not be too bumpy for Beilein's team. Losing Wilson to the NBA was a blow, but Wagner's return means the Wolverines are still a team to watch in the Big Ten. Their early schedule is an intriguing one with trips to North Carolina and Texas and a home game against UCLA.
No. 22 Michigan brings stout defense into Iowa game

Wednesday's Big Ten game between No. 22 Michigan and Iowa will feature the best versus the worst in the conference in one important aspect.

Michigan enters the game No. 1 in the conference in scoring defense at 63.7 points allowed a game, which is the main reason the Wolverines (20-7, 9-5 Big Ten) are in solid shape to earn an NCAA Tournament berth and are just a game behind Nebraska for fourth place in the conference. It is rather stunning given Michigan's history of being highlighted by offensive efficiency.

The top four teams in the standings earn double-byes for the conference tournament at Madison Square Garden in New York City later this month.

Just like Michigan, Iowa under coach Fran McCaffrey has been a team known for scoring points and not preventing them.

But unlike Michigan, the Hawkeyes haven't come close to reversing that trend this year.

Iowa is last in the Big 10 in points allowed at 78.5 points per game, a big reason why the Hawkeyes (12-15, 3-11) are tied for 11th and seemingly destined to the first day of the conference tournament.

"You have to be able to defend on a consistent basis," McCaffrey said following an 82-64 loss at conference-leading Ohio State on Saturday. "We've been good in every game at times in stretches. Just not consistently and that is what it really comes down to."

To pull off the upset in Ann Arbor, Iowa will have to do what it usually does best, which is put the ball in the basket.

The Hawkeyes are No. 3 in the conference in scoring offense at 80.1 points per game, although they were held far below that average in the first meeting of the season Jan. 2 in Iowa City, won 75-68 by Michigan. Iowa shot 48 percent in the first meeting but gave up 49 percent shooting and allowed Michigan to hit 11 of 25 3-pointers.

Iowa is finishing off a difficult point in its schedule as well, given the Hawkeyes last three games have been at Penn State, at home to No. 2 Michigan State and at No. 8 Ohio State. Iowa dropped a 96-93 decision to Michigan State on Feb. 6, but that game was sandwiched around blowouts to Penn State and Ohio State.

For Michigan, this week will mark its last two home games of the season.

After the Iowa game, the Wolverines will have their home finale Sunday against Ohio State.

The Wolverines are coming off an 83-72 win at Wisconsin on Sunday, a game that saw Michigan rebound from a 61-52 loss at Northwestern on Feb. 6 by shooting better than 65 percent from the field in the first half and build a 44-22 lead at halftime.

"I think we came out hungry in practice this week," Michigan senior guard Muhammad-Ali Abdur-Rahkman said following the Wisconsin win. "We had a sense of urgency to get to work and get back on the winning track. I think it showed (against Wisconsin). We came out aggressive and hungry."

In the first meeting of the season against Iowa, Michigan built an 18-point lead in the first half and led by 17 with six minutes left in the first half before a late flurry by Iowa made the final score closer.

Last Updated: 1/24/2019 6:03:08 AM EST

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