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CBB : ATS Matchup
Saturday 1/13/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore




OREGON ST (10 - 6) at ARIZONA ST (13 - 3)
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617OREGON ST152153
618ARIZONA ST-12-12.5
OREGON ST - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games10-6-6.26-106-973.933.347.5%35.868.230.441.5%32.2
Road Games2-4-73-32-467.528.841.6%37.767.228.039.9%33.0
Last 5 Games2-3-0.83-21-469.428.845.4%35.865.627.639.3%34.2
Conference Games2-2+1.23-10-467.229.046.3%35.762.227.739.3%33.7
OREGON ST Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)73.933.326-5547.5%6-1832.0%16-2369.8%361015207144
vs opponents surrendering74.73526-5944.2%8-2235.5%15-2172.3%35914197143
Team Stats (Road Games)67.528.823-5441.6%6-1931.9%16-2272.2%381210225164
Stats Against (All Games)68.230.423-5641.5%7-2135.5%14-2071.7%32911207143
vs opponents averaging74.333.826-5844.6%7-2134.2%15-2173.0%35914196144
Stats Against (Road Games)67.228.022-5539.9%6-2030.6%17-2471.3%33912208124

ARIZONA ST - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games13-3+5.410-39-788.241.448.1%37.374.235.142.0%35.4
Home Games8-1-0.36-25-489.143.149.9%39.467.232.737.5%36.8
Last 5 Games2-3-7.81-22-383.038.842.9%36.878.435.243.1%38.2
Conference Games1-3-7.80-21-377.736.740.0%36.081.736.245.3%37.5
ARIZONA ST Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)88.241.429-6048.1%10-2538.2%21-2973.8%37915196123
vs opponents surrendering71.333.125-5842.2%7-2233.6%15-2072.6%35913196133
Team Stats (Home Games)89.143.129-5949.9%9-2537.2%21-3070.4%391017187125
Stats Against (All Games)74.235.126-6142.0%9-2733.2%14-2071.1%351015235163
vs opponents averaging74.935.726-5845.2%8-2234.8%15-2072.7%36914196134
Stats Against (Home Games)67.232.724-6337.5%8-2729.6%12-1867.1%371114246173
Average power rating of opponents played: OREGON ST 73.1,  ARIZONA ST 78.3
OREGON ST - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
11/24/2017*LONG BEACH ST69-74L-9.5L154U26-6440.6%401624-5543.6%3713
12/5/2017E KENTUCKY74-62W-15L139.5U30-5455.6%341225-5545.5%2612
12/9/2017ARK-PINE BLUFF85-58W-24.5W -29-5750.9%351121-4645.7%2219
12/12/2017JACKSONVILLE ST70-69W-6L137O24-4652.2%271224-5742.1%3211
12/16/2017*SAINT LOUIS63-60W-7.5L130U19-4641.3%351222-5044.0%3115
12/21/2017@ KENT ST78-79L-4.5L144.5O23-5541.8%361922-5639.3%3616
1/11/2018@ ARIZONA53-62L16W146.5U22-5639.3%331522-5341.5%3512
1/13/2018@ ARIZONA ST              
1/27/2018@ OREGON              
2/1/2018@ STANFORD              
2/3/2018@ CALIFORNIA              

ARIZONA ST - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/2/2017SAN FRANCISCO75-57W-17W157.5U23-5046.0%461418-6328.6%3414
12/8/2017*ST JOHNS82-70W-5W158U25-5545.5%381425-6439.1%3511
12/10/2017@ KANSAS95-85W12W161.5O33-6550.8%331032-6747.8%3616
12/30/2017@ ARIZONA78-84L6T163.5U25-6637.9%391328-6245.2%4016
1/4/2018@ COLORADO81-90L-9L160O27-7536.0%42729-6445.3%4714
1/7/2018@ UTAH80-77W-3T159U26-5844.8%321320-4148.8%2512
1/13/2018OREGON ST              
1/17/2018@ STANFORD              
1/20/2018@ CALIFORNIA              
2/1/2018@ WASHINGTON              
2/4/2018@ WASHINGTON ST              
OREGON ST: Last season: 5-27, including just one win in conference.
Who's gone: Forward Matt Dahlen and guard Daine Muller both decided to graduate with eligibility left.
Who's back: The Beavers return 10 players, including the starters for most of last season: guard Stephen Thompson Jr., forward Drew Eubanks, guard JaQuori McLaughlin, guard Kendal Manuel and forward Gligorije Rakocevic. Eubanks flirted with declaring himself eligible for the NBA draft but decided to return for his junior season. The Beavers will also see the return of forward Tres Tinkle, the coach's son, who missed most of last season with a broken wrist.
Who's new: Oregon State added six newcomers, including forward Seth Berger, a graduate transfer from Umass, and Ethan Thompson, Stephen's little brother. The younger Thompson could have an impact right away after averaging 22.8 points, 7.7 rebounds, and 5.4 assists as a senior last year at Bishop Montgomery in Torrance, California.
The Skinny: Oregon State hopes the injuries that plagued them last season are in the past, and they get to see the 2015 recruiting class of Eubanks, Tinkle and Thompson live up to their promise. The fact that there's not a lot of turnover on the team that played through last season's misfortune could lend itself to cohesiveness. The Beavers were selected to finish eighth in the Pac-12 preseason poll.
ARIZONA ST: Last season: 15-18.
Who's gone: G Torian Graham, F Obinna Oleka, F Sam Cunliffe.
Who's back: G Tra Holder has matured into one of the conference's top floor leaders, a point guard who can facilitate or score. G Shannon Evans can score in bunches and knows Hurley's system well after following him from Buffalo. G Kodi Justice can do a little bit of everything, whether it's knocking down long 3s, bringing the crowd to its feet with a behind-the-back pass or guard 7-footers in the post. Big man Ramon Villa was steady as a backup last season and should give Hurley solid minutes again this year.
Who's new: Forwards Romello White and Vitaliy Shibel change Arizona State's frontcourt dynamic after sitting out last season. White, an academic redshirt a year ago, is active and tenacious. Shibel is athletic, can shoot from the perimeter and should be healthy after tearing his ACL last season. Junior college transfer De'Quon Lake is long and springy, top recruit Kimani Lawrence adds to frontcourt depth and former Ohio State forward Mickey Mitchell should have an impact after sitting out the first eight games due to transfer rules.
The Skinny: The Sun Devils should move toward the upper half of the Pac-12 after adding much-needed frontcourt depth to go with its trio of senior guards. A postseason bid, maybe even the NCAA Tournament, could be within the Sun Devils' reach if things fall right.
Arizona State looks to regain form vs. Oregon State

Arizona State was the last undefeated team in Division I, but the Sun Devils have hit a speed bump in Pac-12 play.

It has to do with tempo.

Oregon slowed the game considerably in its 76-72 Thursday upset victory over the Sun Devils, their third loss in four games in league play after a 12-0 start.

Arizona State (13-3, 1-3 Pac-12) attempted a season-low 46 field goals against the Ducks, and players admitted that some of those shots were taken in a hurry after the Ducks milked the shot clock at the other end.

The No. 11 Sun Devils might need to guard against more of the same when they play host to Oregon State (10-6, 2-2) on Saturday in Tempe, Ariz.

Oregon State has tightened up defensively while adapting to the nuances of coach Wayne Tinkle's pet matchup zone over the past several weeks. No. 17 Arizona had its second-lowest point total of the season in a 62-53 victory over the Beavers on Thursday.

"People scout you," Arizona State coach Bobby Hurley said.

"They know if they run up and down with us, that is maybe not the best idea after you have the film that you have. I think we're built to win in different ways. We don't have to be one-dimensional, play a fast-break up and down. We do have the inside game, the defense and the quickness in the backcourt to be a good halfcourt team.

"But we have to prove that."

Arizona State scored 90 or more points in nine of its first 12 games but is averaging 77.8 points in the Pac-12, 10 points fewer than its season average. The Sun Devils entered conference play shooting 51 percent from the floor but have dropped to a conference-worst 39.8 percent in league play, including 33 percent from 3-point range.

Guards Tra Holder (20.3 points per game) and Shannon Evans (17.1) continue to rank in the top 10 in the league in scoring, but the Sun Devils, who use a three-guard starting lineup, have not received much inside production in league play.

Interior starters Romello White and Mickey Mitchell combined for 49 points and 54 rebounds in the last four games. Oregon had 15 offensive rebounds and 38 points in the paint Thursday.

"We're searching for the balance we need. We're not getting enough production in the lane right now," Hurley said.

"We're not in a great rhythm, and we haven't been. We've been just kind of grinding it out trying to find it. It's possible it's part of the season, too. You go through stretches where you are not quite in sync like you'd hope."

Oregon State has won eight of its last 11 games, and the recent reliance on the matchup zone defense has been a factor. Opponents have scored 57, 66, 64 and 62 points in conference play.

"When we have it rolling, it's a tough thing to try to score on," sophomore forward Tres Tinkle, the coach's son, told the Eugene (Ore.) Register-Guard. "It's also very hard to understand if you're new to it."

Tinkle had 18 points and nine rebounds while making 4-of-6 3-point attempts Thursday. Oregon State limited Arizona to a season-low 21 points at half, but the Beavers could not overcome 39.3 percent shooting in their lowest-scoring game of the season. They were outscored 16-3 in a three-minute stretch late in the half.

"It was a physical game," Wayne Tinkle said. "You saw that down the stretch. We weren't able to make plays."

The 6-foot-8 Tres Tinkle leads the Beavers in scoring (18.3 points per game) and rebounding (7.3), and is second in assists (3.5). Stephen Thompson Jr. is averaging 16.3 points and 3.6 assists.

Last Updated: 12/15/2018 9:38:07 AM EST

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