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CBB : ATS Matchup
Sunday 1/21/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore
MIAMI
 
NC STATE
+1  

-1  
-105

-115

145
 
86
Final
81

MIAMI (13 - 4) at NC STATE (13 - 6)
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Sunday, 1/21/2018 12:00 PM
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809MIAMI-1145
810NC STATE144.5-1
ADVANCED TEAM STATS
MIAMI - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games13-4-0.56-55-773.233.647.0%36.662.027.138.3%34.9
Road Games7-3-0.55-43-767.930.544.9%35.361.926.238.5%34.6
Last 5 Games2-3-2.12-33-267.834.641.9%35.469.231.042.7%36.8
Conference Games2-3-2.12-33-267.834.641.9%35.469.231.042.7%36.8
MIAMI Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
 PPGHalfFGM-APctFGM-APCTFTM-APctTotOffAstPFStlTOBk
Team Stats (All Games)73.233.628-5947.0%7-2034.7%10-1663.8%37813167124
vs opponents surrendering71.13325-5843.6%7-2134.4%13-1870.9%34913186133
Team Stats (Road Games)67.930.526-5844.9%6-1933.0%9-1465.7%35912166115
Stats Against (All Games)62.027.122-5938.3%6-2030.0%11-1573.8%35911166143
vs opponents averaging73.634.726-5845.2%7-2135.2%13-1970.3%36914176134
Stats Against (Road Games)61.926.222-5638.5%6-1929.3%13-1678.7%35810165134

NC STATE - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games13-6+7.76-67-580.839.246.1%37.672.134.844.5%35.2
Home Games12-1+5.95-15-188.943.849.3%38.070.834.544.2%34.5
Last 5 Games3-2+7.63-23-271.034.642.6%33.476.239.049.5%35.8
Conference Games3-3+6.63-33-369.532.841.3%35.376.538.048.2%36.5
NC STATE Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
 PPGHalfFGM-APctFGM-APCTFTM-APctTotOffAstPFStlTOBk
Team Stats (All Games)80.839.229-6346.1%7-2032.7%16-2469.8%381115188124
vs opponents surrendering7033.125-5843.1%8-2235.0%13-1871.2%35913186143
Team Stats (Home Games)88.943.832-6449.3%7-2035.7%19-2670.5%381118189114
Stats Against (All Games)72.134.826-5844.5%6-1933.1%14-2071.4%351013196164
vs opponents averaging743526-5944.7%8-2235.9%14-1971.5%36914177134
Stats Against (Home Games)70.834.526-5944.2%6-2031.4%13-1869.2%35912216183
Average power rating of opponents played: MIAMI 77.1,  NC STATE 74.2
SCHEDULE AND RESULTS
MIAMI - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/UShotsPctREBTOShotsPctREBTO
12/2/2017*PRINCETON80-52W-15.5W135.5U30-6050.0%391219-6131.1%3111
12/5/2017BOSTON U69-54W - -25-4852.1%351521-6532.3%3213
12/16/2017@ GEORGE WASHINGTON59-50W-8.5W131.5U25-6141.0%39819-6330.2%4411
12/22/2017@ HAWAII75-57W-11.5W133U30-5752.6%31921-5042.0%2616
12/23/2017*NEW MEXICO ST54-63L-9L136U18-5334.0%381424-6735.8%438
12/25/2017*MIDDLE TENN ST84-81W-6L134.5O30-5060.0%251327-5251.9%2611
12/30/2017@ PITTSBURGH67-53W-12.5W133U27-5549.1%311519-4740.4%2319
1/3/2018@ GEORGIA TECH54-64L-5L126U21-5637.5%391823-5939.0%3811
1/7/2018FLORIDA ST80-74W-2.5W144O26-5151.0%321525-6936.2%4415
1/13/2018@ CLEMSON63-72L6L132O24-6338.1%37822-5044.0%3612
1/15/2018DUKE75-83L4.5L154O29-7837.2%381131-5655.4%4319
1/21/2018@ NC STATE              
1/24/2018LOUISVILLE              
1/27/2018@ FLORIDA ST              
1/31/2018PITTSBURGH              
2/3/2018@ VIRGINIA TECH              
2/7/2018WAKE FOREST              
2/10/2018@ BOSTON COLLEGE              
2/13/2018VIRGINIA              

NC STATE - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/UShotsPctREBTOShotsPctREBTO
12/2/2017S CAROLINA ST103-71W - -41-6563.1%361628-6344.4%2718
12/9/2017MISSOURI-KC88-69W - -33-6848.5%521528-6841.2%3510
12/16/2017UNC-GREENSBORO76-81L-8.5L145.5O25-5050.0%28931-6051.7%3413
12/19/2017ROBERT MORRIS81-69W - -25-5843.1%481223-6634.8%3813
12/22/2017JACKSONVILLE116-64W - -42-7357.5%431025-6041.7%2919
12/30/2017@ CLEMSON62-78L10L148.5U23-6634.8%451429-6743.3%409
1/3/2018@ NOTRE DAME58-88L6L143.5O22-6036.7%301529-5651.8%4112
1/6/2018DUKE96-85W12.5W170O34-6750.7%341031-6051.7%3216
1/11/2018CLEMSON78-77W4W149O28-6741.8%32428-5352.8%4317
1/14/2018@ VIRGINIA51-68L14.5L135U23-5641.1%271523-4156.1%2615
1/18/2018WAKE FOREST72-63W-4.5W158U26-6241.9%441225-6538.5%3713
1/21/2018MIAMI              
1/24/2018@ PITTSBURGH              
1/27/2018@ N CAROLINA              
2/3/2018NOTRE DAME              
2/7/2018@ VIRGINIA TECH              
2/10/2018N CAROLINA              
KEY GAME INFORMATION
MIAMI: Last season: 21-12, lost in first round of NCAA tournament.
Who's gone: G Davon Reed, F Kamari Murphy.
Who's back: G Bruce Brown. The 6-5 sophomore averaged 11.8 points, 5.6 rebounds and 3.2 assists last season, and is widely expected to turn pro after this season; G Ja'Quan Newton. Miami's lone senior averaged 13.5 points last season; G Dejan Vasiljevic. The sophomore from Australia wins raves for his shooting range, but he made only 36 percent of his field goal tries last season. F Dewan Huell. The 6-11 sophomore is expected to be Miami's best front-court player. C Ebuka Izundu. The 6-10 junior from Nigeria has gained nearly 30 pounds since his freshman year.
Who's new: G Lonnie Walker IV. The 6-4 freshman from Reading, Pennsylvania, is Larranaga's most highly touted recruit at Miami; G Chris Lykes. The 5-7 freshman is expected to see considerable playing time.
The Skinny: The season begins under the cloud of the FBI investigation into college basketball, with Larranaga saying he was named in court documents but has done nothing wrong. On the court the outlook is bright. Larranaga's goal is for the Hurricanes to rank in the top 25 in offensive and defensive efficiency, which shows his expectations are high. Brown and Walker IV are considered potential NBA first-round draft picks next year and are projected to be part of a balanced, potent attack, but defense could be shaky early in the season.
NC STATE: Last season: 15-17, second straight losing season.
Who's gone: PG Dennis Smith Jr., G Terry Henderson, G Maverick Rowan, F Ted Kapita, C BeeJay Anya.
Who's back: Sophomore Markell Johnson is expected to inherit Smith's starting job and join junior Torin Dorn as returning guards. N.C. State will have much more returning experience up front with sophomore Omer Yurtseven, senior Abdul-Malik Abu (recovering from a sprained knee ligament) and fifth-year senior Lennard Freeman.
Who's new: N.C. State brought into two graduate transfer guards in Allerik Freeman (Baylor) and Sam Hunt (North Carolina A&T), as well as freshman Lavar Batts Jr. to the backcourt. The school had hoped to have freshman guard Braxton Beverly, but the NCAA has denied an appeal to its ruling that he must sit this year after taking summer classes at Ohio State before getting his release following a late coaching change.
The Skinny: Keatts is taking over for Mark Gottfried, who got the Wolfpack to four straight NCAA Tournaments then saw things come undone in the past two years (9-27 in the ACC those seasons). Keatts, the former UNC Wilmington coach, has pushed his new team in conditioning for his up-tempo offense and a version of the fullcourt press from his time under Rick Pitino at Louisville. This is a reboot year for N.C. State, picked 12th in the 15-team ACC with only four players back from last year's main rotation and putting in a new system.
PREVIEW
No. 25 Miami braces for pressing N.C. State
 

RALEIGH, N.C. -- Miami coach Jim Larranaga said he sees the style of opponents changing from game to game, sometimes in dramatic fashion.

So it's up to the No. 25 Hurricanes to make the necessary adjustments, something he said is vital to playing with more consistency.

"Players have to make that transformation," Larranaga said. "We're trying to make it as simple as possible."

The Hurricanes take on North Carolina State and its full-court pressing defense Sunday afternoon at PNC Arena.

Since the Hurricanes were unable to hold a double-digit lead in Monday night's home loss to Duke, Larranaga said he gathered a few of the team leaders to address the variations from game to game.

"And the extreme differences in performances," the coach said. "They're kind of confused by it as well. ... There's a dramatic difference. We're trying to simplify what we're doing offensively so maybe we can get a little bit more consistency."

Miami (13-4, 2-3 Atlantic Coast Conference) has lost three of its past four games.

N.C. State (13-6, 3-3), which is 3-0 in ACC home games after already conquering nationally ranked Duke and Clemson, has received clutch performances from sophomore center Omer Yurtseven in its victories.

Yurtseven, a sophomore center who entered the month without a 20-point outing in his career, has averaged more than 20 points in three ACC home games.

"The way people have played ball screens, we have been able to give him some open shots," N.C. State coach Kevin Keatts said. "He has really made them pay for it. He's starting to believe in himself and scoring around the basket."

Larranaga said Dewan Huell will begin with the defensive assignment on Yurtseven.

The Wolfpack have more versatility now that sophomore guard Markell Johnson has returned from a suspension. Johnson has played two games across the past week.

"I'm back," Johnson said. "I feel a lot better. I'm back."

Yurtseven said Johnson's impact can be seen on the defensive end of the court.

"He's locking guards up -- that's what I've seen," Yurtseven said. "He's going 100 percent every play, every defensive and offensive play."

Miami has plenty of offensive options, putting four or more players in double-figure scoring in eight games this season.

The Hurricanes need to recover from the impact of Duke's game-ending 30-9 run that resulted in the 83-75 outcome. That's not easy, with Larranaga recognizing that.

"Trying to mentally recover so I'm no longer thinking about jumping off a cliff," he said jokingly a few days later.

Miami freshman guard Chris Lykes played a career-high 27 minutes in the Duke game and he could become more of a factor.

"They all say, Chris needs to shoot 3s," Larranaga said of the guard's teammates.

The Hurricanes, though, seem to be more concerned with upgrading their defense.

"Offense is not the problem," Lykes said. "I think we just have to do a better job being consistent on defense."

N.C. State has put up some notable point totals this season, including torching Duke 96-85.

"We know we've got our hands full," Larranaga said. "It's a real challenge for us."

Miami won both meetings against the Wolfpack last season.


Last Updated: 8/17/2018 5:59:10 PM EST


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