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NCAA M Basketball

Games on Sunday, December 16, 2018
Top Performances
1Nathan Knight (CWM vs. ND1) 26 pts (6/9 fg), 14 reb, 6 blk
2Phil Fayne (ILST vs. CLST) 30 pts (11/14 fg), 9 reb, 3 blk
3Nick Ward (MSU vs. GB) 28 pts (12/13 fg), 9 reb, 4 blk
4DeAndre Abram (MILW vs. ND1) 25 pts (10/17 fg), 4/9 3fg, 11 reb, 4 ast, 2 blk
5Nico Carvacho (COST vs. SDAK) 20 pts (8/11 fg), 17 reb
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StatLeaders
Points/Game31.0Chris Clemons, Campbell
Rebounds/Game12.6Jordan Murphy, Minnesota
Assists/Game9.5Temetrius Morant, Murray State
Steals/Game3.5Brian Beard, Florida International
Efficiency23.9Chris Clemons, Campbell
Minutes/Game38.0Martaveous McKnight, Arkansas-Pine Bluff
Field Goal Percentage100.082 tied
3-Point Percentage100.083 tied
Free Throw Percentage100.0300 tied
Points/40 Min35.8K.J. Smith, North Carolina
Rebounds/40 Min31.4Colin Castleton, Michigan
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ELO Ratings
1. Michigan 2072   2. Villanova 2059   3. Kansas 2038   4. Virginia 2017   5. Duke 1991   ...   Full Chart
Team Context Ratings
1. Texas Tech 647.80   2. Virginia 632.40   3. Michigan 621.40   4. Auburn 603.90   5. Duke 597.70   ...   Full Chart
Insights
Mount Saint Mary`s is averaging .930 points per possession over the last five games (2018-19 total: 0.904)
Savannah State is 6-1 in its last seven versus Coppin State, dating back to 2011-12
Temple is .818 (9-2) in its last 11 games
Middle Tennessee is averaging 63.9 points per game over the last ten games (2018-19 total: 66.4)
Washington is ranked No. 2 in the Pac-12 in 2-point field goal percentage, defense (42.2)
UCF is currently first in the American with 2-point field goal percentage, defense (42.4)
Howard is averaging 46.8 rebounds per game in four November games
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