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NCAA M Basketball

Games on Wednesday, March 20, 2019
Top Performances
1Naji Marshall (XU vs. TOL) 20 pts (5/16 fg), 1/6 3fg, 21 reb, 6 ast, 4 stl
2David Collins (USF vs. SBRK) 31 pts (7/14 fg), 2/5 3fg, 5 reb, 5 ast, 7 stl
3Raasean Davis (NCC vs. NDSU) 20 pts (6/9 fg), 16 reb
4Sandy Cohen (GB vs. ETSU) 29 pts (9/13 fg), 4/7 3fg, 4 reb, 6 ast, 2 stl
5Matt Rafferty (FURM vs. WICH) 27 pts (11/19 fg), 8 reb, 5 ast, 5 stl
Player Leaderboard
StatLeaders
Points/Game34.7Martaveous McKnight, Arkansas-Pine Bluff
Rebounds/Game14.6Terrance Banyard, Arkansas-Pine Bluff
Assists/Game9.9Temetrius Morant, Murray State
Steals/Game3.5Matisse Thybulle, Washington
Efficiency24.4RJ Cole, Howard
Minutes/Game51.1Martaveous McKnight, Arkansas-Pine Bluff
Field Goal Percentage82.2Kris Bankston, Arkansas-Little Rock
3-Point Percentage100.059 tied
Free Throw Percentage100.0168 tied
Points/40 Min36.5Carlos Johnson, Grand Canyon
Rebounds/40 Min17.0Devontae Cacok, UNC Wilmington
Team Leaderboard
ELO Ratings
1. Virginia 2066   2. Duke 2031   3. North Carolina 2019   4. Michigan State 2005   5. Gonzaga 1971   ...   Full Chart
Team Context Ratings
1. Virginia 678.60   2. Gonzaga 665.50   3. Wofford 655.30   4. North Carolina 650.90   5. Duke 648.70   ...   Full Chart
Insights
Butler is averaging 70.2 points per game over the last 15 games, off from 71.8 average for 2018-19
Arkansas-Pine Bluff is ranked No. 1 in the SWAC in points allowed per game (39.6)
Texas Tech is .800 (12-3) in its last 15 games
Gardner-Webb is ranked No. 2 in the Big South in Rating Percentage Index (125)
North Carolina A&T is ranked second in the MEAC in field goal percentage with 45.9
Houston ranks second in the American in assists per game (15.1)
Loyola Chicago ranks second in the Valley in win percentage (.606)
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