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NCAA M Basketball

Games on Tuesday, December 11, 2018
Top Performances
1Mike Daum (SDST vs. SAV) 37 pts (14/24 fg), 4/5 3fg, 17 reb, 2 blk
2Matt Rafferty (FURM vs. CHSO) 14 pts (6/8 fg), 14 reb, 6 ast, 4 stl, 3 blk
3Jordan Murphy (MINN vs. UNF) 20 pts (7/13 fg), 18 reb, 4 blk
4BJ Taylor (UCF vs. GASO) 35 pts (10/17 fg), 6/9 3fg, 4 reb, 5 ast
5Brian Fobbs (TOW vs. UMBC) 32 pts (8/16 fg), 6/12 3fg, 7 reb
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StatLeaders
Points/Game31.4Chris Clemons, Campbell
Rebounds/Game12.9Demajeo Wiggins, Bowling Green
Assists/Game9.0Alex Robinson, Texas Christian
Steals/Game3.4Brian Beard, Florida International
Efficiency23.8Chris Clemons, Campbell
Minutes/Game39.6Tyler Scanlon, Boston University
Field Goal Percentage100.079 tied
3-Point Percentage100.084 tied
Free Throw Percentage100.0311 tied
Points/40 Min37.8K.J. Smith, North Carolina
Rebounds/40 Min31.4Colin Castleton, Michigan
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ELO Ratings
1. Michigan 2072   2. Villanova 2071   3. Kansas 2026   4. Virginia 2017   5. Duke 1991   ...   Full Chart
Team Context Ratings
1. Texas Tech 648.80   2. Virginia 637.50   3. Michigan 634.00   4. Ohio State 609.30   5. San Francisco 606.80   ...   Full Chart
Insights
James Madison is currently first in the CAA with 2-point field goal percentage, defense (49.7)
Buffalo is averaging 37.7 rebounds per game
Lamar is averaging 1.008 points per possession in its last five games
George Washington is averaging .970 points per possession on Mondays (five games)
Hampton has 224 rebounds on the road (road average: 114)
Belmont ranks first in the OVC in win percentage (.875)
Nick Rakocevic (USC) is currently first in the Pac-12 with rebounds per game (11.2)
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