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CBB : ATS Matchup
Saturday 1/13/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore
MIAMI
 
CLEMSON
+6  

-6  
+200

-250

132
 
63
Final
72

MIAMI (13 - 2) at CLEMSON (14 - 2)
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Saturday, 1/13/2018 3:00 PM
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559MIAMI130132
560CLEMSON-4.5-5
ADVANCED TEAM STATS
MIAMI - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games13-2+1.56-33-773.833.548.5%36.559.925.636.9%34.3
Road Games7-2+0.55-32-768.430.645.7%35.160.825.337.9%34.4
Last 5 Games3-2-3.62-32-367.832.446.0%33.067.027.440.1%34.8
Conference Games2-1-0.12-11-267.034.345.7%34.063.726.338.3%35.0
MIAMI Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
 PPGHalfFGM-APctFGM-APCTFTM-APctTotOffAstPFStlTOBk
Team Stats (All Games)73.833.528-5848.5%7-2035.3%11-1764.1%37814166125
vs opponents surrendering71.132.925-5843.7%7-2134.5%13-1870.6%35913186133
Team Stats (Road Games)68.430.626-5845.7%6-1933.9%9-1468.0%35812166125
Stats Against (All Games)59.925.622-5936.9%5-2026.5%11-1474.8%34910176143
vs opponents averaging72.33426-5844.6%7-2135.0%13-1969.5%36914176134
Stats Against (Road Games)60.825.322-5737.9%5-1925.9%13-1676.9%34910165133

CLEMSON - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games14-2+7.68-56-777.836.248.5%37.064.430.740.3%32.8
Home Games9-0+45-12-480.636.248.7%38.660.827.138.0%32.8
Last 5 Games4-1+2.22-33-278.435.046.0%37.867.827.839.8%36.6
Conference Games3-1+1.21-33-175.733.043.4%37.769.727.742.5%38.5
CLEMSON Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
 PPGHalfFGM-APctFGM-APCTFTM-APctTotOffAstPFStlTOBk
Team Stats (All Games)77.836.227-5648.5%8-2136.1%15-2175.2%37714167136
vs opponents surrendering73.334.426-5944.2%8-2234.4%13-1971.0%35914186143
Team Stats (Home Games)80.636.228-5848.7%8-2235.4%16-2273.5%39914158126
Stats Against (All Games)64.430.724-5940.3%7-2134.3%10-1469.7%33811185133
vs opponents averaging76.836.627-6045.1%8-2235.4%15-2072.0%37914187134
Stats Against (Home Games)60.827.122-5838.0%6-2128.5%11-1475.0%3389195153
Average power rating of opponents played: MIAMI 75.8,  CLEMSON 75.7
SCHEDULE AND RESULTS
MIAMI - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/UShotsPctREBTOShotsPctREBTO
11/25/2017N FLORIDA86-65W - -33-6650.0%391423-5939.0%3220
11/29/2017@ MINNESOTA86-81W6.5W151.5O35-6950.7%34828-6344.4%4112
12/2/2017*PRINCETON80-52W-15.5W135.5U30-6050.0%391219-6131.1%3111
12/5/2017BOSTON U69-54W - -25-4852.1%351521-6532.3%3213
12/16/2017@ GEORGE WASHINGTON59-50W-8.5W131.5U25-6141.0%39819-6330.2%4411
12/22/2017@ HAWAII75-57W-11.5W133U30-5752.6%31921-5042.0%2616
12/23/2017*NEW MEXICO ST54-63L-9L136U18-5334.0%381424-6735.8%438
12/25/2017*MIDDLE TENN ST84-81W-6L134.5O30-5060.0%251327-5251.9%2611
12/30/2017@ PITTSBURGH67-53W-12.5W133U27-5549.1%311519-4740.4%2319
1/3/2018@ GEORGIA TECH54-64L-5L126U21-5637.5%391823-5939.0%3811
1/7/2018FLORIDA ST80-74W-2.5W144O26-5151.0%321525-6936.2%4415
1/13/2018@ CLEMSON              
1/15/2018DUKE              
1/21/2018@ NC STATE              
1/24/2018LOUISVILLE              
1/27/2018@ FLORIDA ST              
1/31/2018PITTSBURGH              
2/3/2018@ VIRGINIA TECH              

CLEMSON - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/UShotsPctREBTOShotsPctREBTO
11/24/2017TEXAS SOUTHERN84-77W - -30-4961.2%371926-6440.6%2510
11/29/2017@ OHIO ST79-65W5.5W140.5O29-5255.8%301124-5543.6%3014
12/3/2017UNC-ASHEVILLE83-52W - -35-6752.2%40821-6134.4%3716
12/9/2017SAMFORD81-59W-20.5W145U25-6041.7%38921-4744.7%2922
12/16/2017*FLORIDA71-69W6.5W145U23-4551.1%331525-6141.0%3511
12/19/2017S CAROLINA64-48W-7W137U20-4643.5%341519-5435.2%3114
12/22/2017LA-LAFAYETTE89-60W-11.5W150.5U32-5657.1%381316-5728.1%2910
12/30/2017NC STATE78-62W-10W148.5U29-6743.3%40923-6634.8%4514
1/3/2018@ BOSTON COLLEGE74-70W-5.5L141O24-5642.9%321328-5749.1%3214
1/6/2018LOUISVILLE74-69W-6L139O25-6836.8%361128-6245.2%4521
1/11/2018@ NC STATE77-78L-4L149O28-5352.8%431728-6741.8%324
1/13/2018MIAMI              
1/16/2018@ N CAROLINA              
1/20/2018NOTRE DAME              
1/23/2018@ VIRGINIA              
1/28/2018@ GEORGIA TECH              
1/30/2018N CAROLINA              
2/3/2018@ WAKE FOREST              
KEY GAME INFORMATION
MIAMI: Last season: 21-12, lost in first round of NCAA tournament.
Who's gone: G Davon Reed, F Kamari Murphy.
Who's back: G Bruce Brown. The 6-5 sophomore averaged 11.8 points, 5.6 rebounds and 3.2 assists last season, and is widely expected to turn pro after this season; G Ja'Quan Newton. Miami's lone senior averaged 13.5 points last season; G Dejan Vasiljevic. The sophomore from Australia wins raves for his shooting range, but he made only 36 percent of his field goal tries last season. F Dewan Huell. The 6-11 sophomore is expected to be Miami's best front-court player. C Ebuka Izundu. The 6-10 junior from Nigeria has gained nearly 30 pounds since his freshman year.
Who's new: G Lonnie Walker IV. The 6-4 freshman from Reading, Pennsylvania, is Larranaga's most highly touted recruit at Miami; G Chris Lykes. The 5-7 freshman is expected to see considerable playing time.
The Skinny: The season begins under the cloud of the FBI investigation into college basketball, with Larranaga saying he was named in court documents but has done nothing wrong. On the court the outlook is bright. Larranaga's goal is for the Hurricanes to rank in the top 25 in offensive and defensive efficiency, which shows his expectations are high. Brown and Walker IV are considered potential NBA first-round draft picks next year and are projected to be part of a balanced, potent attack, but defense could be shaky early in the season.
CLEMSON: Last season: 17-16, sixth straight season without an NCAA Tournament appearance.
Who's gone: G Jaron Blossomgame (senior), G Avry Holmes (senior), F-C Sidy Djitte (senior).
Who's back: F Donte Grantham. The senior struggled some last year and hopes to rebound after his scoring average dropped from double digits as a sophomore to seven points. F Elijah Thomas. The Texas A&M transfer played the second half of the season after sitting out and averaged seven points and four rebounds. G Shelton Mitchell, a Vanderbilt transfer who is the team's top returning scorer at more than 10 points a game, but bothered by a knee problem. G Marcquise Reed is a Robert Morris transfer who averaged 10 points a game in his first season at Clemson.
Who's new: F David Skara. A junior who transferred from Valparaiso and has won praise from Brownell as Clemson's best defender. F Mark Donnal. A Michigan graduate transfer, Donnal helped the Wolverines to the NCAA Tournament the past two seasons. F Aamir Simms. A freshman from Palmyra, Virginia is 6-7 expected to give the Tigers a reliable dual-threat inside and out.
The Skinny: Brad Brownell has held on to his job because he's a strong ambassador for the program and instrumental in the refurbished Littlejohn Coliseum that opened last year. He knows the pressure to make the NCAAs is there and needs to have a healthy Mitchell at point guard to make that happen.
PREVIEW
Clemson hosts Miami in battle of ranked ACC teams
 

Miami and Clemson provide the only matchup of ranked ACC teams this weekend when the No. 18 Hurricanes and No. 19 Tigers clash Saturday in Clemson's Littlejohn Coliseum.

The Hurricanes (13-2, 2-1 ACC) will be playing the second contest of a three-game stretch against ranked conference teams, having held on for an 80-74 victory over No. 23 Florida State on Sunday. They host No. 7 Duke on Monday night.

The Tigers (14-2, 3-1 ACC) will be looking to bounce back from Thursday night's 78-77 loss at North Carolina State, a defeat that snapped a 10-game winning streak.

The Tigers moved into the rankings for the first time to start the new year, debuting at No. 25 in the Jan. 1 poll after beating the Wolfpack by 16 points in the first of their two scheduled meetings.

The respect and recognition for coach Brad Brownell's club may be a recent development, but Miami's Jim Larranaga wasn't surprised at its rise. He saw the Tigers' potential a year ago when they were struggling to a 17-16 record. Brownell will start a combination of two seniors, two redshirt juniors and a true junior.

"That's a great formula for success -- veterans who have been in the system, who really know the coach, know the coaching style, know the philosophy, have played in the system, and who know each other," Larranaga said.

All starters average in double figures for the Tigers led by guard Marcquise Reed's 15.9 average and forward Donte Grantham's 14.7. But it is at the opposite end of the court where Brownell sees the big improvement.

"We have five guys scoring in double figures so we have some good depth that way in terms of our scoring," Brownell said. "I think this team has improved defensively over last year's team. I think that is part of the reason why we're playing a little bit better."

Larranaga sees a difference in defensive approaches as the issue his Hurricanes face this week. Against Florida State last game, the Hurricanes faced a Seminoles' team that liked to play pressure and extend the court.

"That gave us the opportunity to run and to attack off the dribble," he said. "Against Clemson, a team that plays much more like Virginia with a packing defense, the ball needs to move faster and you need to spread that defense out. And the way you do it is with passing and cutting, and that's an adjustment."

The Hurricanes got nice games out of their top two scorers in the win over Florida State with guard Bruce Brown (11.8 points per game) scoring 23 and forward Dewan Huell (13.9) adding 20, and freshman guard Chris Lykes (7.5) broke out with 18.

"Brad Brownell and I have coached against each other so many times," Larranaga said. "I know he's going to play a packing man-to-man, except on a specific guy he might deny.

"He might deny our 5-man or he might deny our point guard. But everybody else is going to be in the lane and try to stay between the ball and the basket. And that's very challenging for your team."


Last Updated: 7/22/2018 11:58:30 AM EST


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