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NCAA M Basketball

Games on Wednesday, January 23, 2019
Top Performances
1Braxton Huggins (FRES vs. SDSU) 20 pts (5/12 fg), 2/7 3fg, 8 reb, 5 ast, 2 stl
2Lavelle Scottie (AFA vs. BOIS) 22 pts (8/13 fg), 2/5 3fg, 7 reb, 2 blk
3Jalen McDaniels (SDSU vs. FRES) 19 pts (8/12 fg), 10 reb
4Nate Grimes (FRES vs. SDSU) 13 pts (6/12 fg), 16 reb
5A.J. Walker (AFA vs. BOIS) 18 pts (8/11 fg), 1/1 3fg, 6 reb, 4 ast
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StatLeaders
Points/Game29.2Chris Clemons, Campbell
Rebounds/Game12.2Nico Carvacho, Colorado State
Assists/Game10.6Temetrius Morant, Murray State
Steals/Game3.3Brian Beard, Florida International; Laquincy Rideau, South Florida
Efficiency22.7Temetrius Morant, Murray State
Minutes/Game38.8Ky Bowman, Boston College
Field Goal Percentage100.078 tied
3-Point Percentage100.071 tied
Free Throw Percentage100.0211 tied
Points/40 Min32.8Chris Clemons, Campbell
Rebounds/40 Min18.3Dima Zdor, Weber State
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ELO Ratings
1. Villanova 2088   2. Virginia 2046   3. Michigan 2042   4. Duke 2012   5. Michigan State 1979   ...   Full Chart
Team Context Ratings
1. Virginia 664.60   2. Duke 662.10   3. Tennessee 642.90   4. Michigan State 632.40   5. Michigan 623.20   ...   Full Chart
Insights
New Orleans is ranked second in the Southland in 3-point field goal percentage, defense with 32.2
Utah is averaging 75.6 points per game over the last 15 games (2018-19 total: 75.2)
Nicholls State is .778 (7-2) in its last nine against Houston Baptist, dating back to 2011-12
UC Santa Barbara is currently first in the Big West with win percentage (.824)
Furman ranks third in the SoCon in Rating Percentage Index (71)
Eastern Washington is averaging 71.5 points per game in its last ten games, better than 67.9 season average
Hawaii is ranked No. 2 in the Big West in points per possession (1.054)
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