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NCAA M Basketball

Games on Sunday, December 10, 2017
Top Performances
1Fatodd Lewis (UTM vs. ND1) 34 pts (13/26 fg), 16 reb, 12 ast, 2 stl
2Parrish Hewitt (UTM vs. ND1) 29 pts (12/17 fg), 5/8 3fg, 6 reb, 6 ast, 4 stl, 3 blk
3Luka Garza (IOWA vs. SOU) 23 pts (7/10 fg), 1/1 3fg, 13 reb
4Tyree Griffin (SOMS vs. TROY) 23 pts (8/11 fg), 4/5 3fg, 6 reb, 5 ast, 3 stl
5Donovan Gilmore (UNCA vs. ND1) 13 pts (6/10 fg), 16 reb, 4 ast, 3 stl, 2 blk
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Points/Game28.8Trae Young, Oklahoma
Rebounds/Game13.0Jessie Govan, Georgetown; Devontae Cacok, UNC Wilmington
Assists/Game9.4Erick Neal, Texas-Arlington
Steals/Game3.8Joseph Chartouny, Fordham; Jevon Carter, West Virginia
Efficiency24.8Trae Young, Oklahoma
Minutes/Game38.9Kurk Lee, Drexel
Field Goal Percentage100.067 tied
3-Point Percentage100.091 tied
Free Throw Percentage100.0321 tied
Points/40 Min36.7Hannes Polla, Oklahoma
Rebounds/40 Min21.5Nate Grimes, Fresno State; Greg Jones, James Madison
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Insights
Jonah Antonio (MSM) ranks second in the NCAA in 3-pointers attempted (102)
UNLV is currently first in the MWC with 2-point field goal percentage, defense (42.5)
Isaiah Green (Eastern Michigan) is turning the ball over on 100.0% of possessions over the last five games, above 12.5% average for 2017-18
Georgetown is currently first in the Big East with rebounds per game (39.9)
LSU is ranked No. 1 in the SEC in 2-point field goal percentage (63.1)
Virginia Tech is averaging .897 points per defensive possession in its last five games, worse than 0.929 season average
San Diego State has 165 rebounds on Fridays (four games)
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