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CBB : ATS Matchup
Thursday 12/6/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore
IOWA ST
 
IOWA
-2  

+2  
-125

+105

152
 
84
Final
98

IOWA ST (7 - 1) at IOWA (6 - 2)
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Thursday, 12/6/2018 8:00 PM
Board OpenLatest
713IOWA ST-1.5-2.5
714IOWA152.5154
ADVANCED TEAM STATS
IOWA ST - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games7-1+25-31-780.039.746.8%40.061.929.537.4%32.6
Road Games2-1+12-10-379.038.746.0%40.365.332.738.2%29.7
Last 5 Games4-1+13-21-480.841.046.5%43.064.832.237.0%31.4
IOWA ST Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
 PPGHalfFGM-APctFGM-APCTFTM-APctTotOffAstPFStlTOBk
Team Stats (All Games)80.039.728-6046.8%8-2433.2%16-2174.4%401015148125
vs opponents surrendering74.536.527-5845.7%8-2333.8%14-2069.9%361014196153
Team Stats (Road Games)79.038.727-5846.0%9-2632.9%17-2182.3%401114156113
Stats Against (All Games)61.929.522-5837.4%8-2830.6%10-1373.1%33811195152
vs opponents averaging73.334.626-6043.1%8-2434.2%13-1970.2%34913196132
Stats Against (Road Games)65.332.722-5738.2%9-2732.9%13-1679.6%30711175112

IOWA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games6-2+1.52-64-480.741.443.8%38.274.235.044.1%36.1
Home Games4-100-52-382.043.246.3%36.072.636.444.5%35.4
Last 5 Games5-0+3.62-33-287.047.447.3%38.673.836.843.6%35.4
IOWA Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
 PPGHalfFGM-APctFGM-APCTFTM-APctTotOffAstPFStlTOBk
Team Stats (All Games)80.741.424-5643.8%7-2332.1%25-3276.1%38913176144
vs opponents surrendering71.134.424-6040.7%8-2430.9%15-2170.5%361013206144
Team Stats (Home Games)82.043.225-5446.3%8-2432.2%24-3274.8%36814157135
Stats Against (All Games)74.235.028-6344.1%7-2330.4%11-1767.9%361015247142
vs opponents averaging78.836.928-6146.4%8-2236.3%15-2169.1%381015197134
Stats Against (Home Games)72.636.428-6344.5%8-2533.6%8-1361.9%351014257151
Average power rating of opponents played: IOWA ST 75.4,  IOWA 74
SCHEDULE AND RESULTS
IOWA ST - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/UShotsPctREBTOShotsPctREBTO
11/6/2018ALABAMA ST79-53W-27.5L151U32-6747.8%421420-5536.4%3220
11/9/2018MISSOURI76-59W-6W142U22-5143.1%26719-4443.2%3525
11/12/2018TEXAS SOUTHERN85-73W-23L151O28-5848.3%481626-7435.1%3510
11/19/2018*ARIZONA66-71L1.5L147.5U26-6241.9%401424-5940.7%3410
11/20/2018*ILLINOIS84-68W0W153U26-5349.1%401323-6038.3%2812
11/21/2018*SAN DIEGO ST87-57W-3W146.5U28-5947.5%41618-5135.3%2711
11/26/2018NEBRASKA-OMAHA82-55W-18W151.5U30-6546.2%461421-5935.6%3320
12/3/2018N DAKOTA ST81-59W-21.5W144U33-6650.0%37923-6336.5%3716
12/6/2018@ IOWA              
12/9/2018SOUTHERN U              
12/15/2018*DRAKE              
12/21/2018E ILLINOIS              

IOWA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/UShotsPctREBTOShotsPctREBTO
11/8/2018MISSOURI-KC77-63W-21L155U21-4744.7%381623-6435.9%3612
11/11/2018WI-GREEN BAY93-82W-19.5L163.5O27-5350.9%381732-6946.4%3220
11/15/2018*OREGON77-69W4W148.5U19-5236.5%461523-6237.1%379
11/16/2018*CONNECTICUT91-72W-4.5W155.5O29-5750.9%431829-6942.0%3115
11/21/2018ALABAMA ST105-78W-27.5L153.5O36-6159.0%30833-7345.2%4019
11/27/2018PITTSBURGH69-68W-11L157U19-5236.5%361426-5547.3%3717
11/30/2018WISCONSIN66-72L2L142U23-5939.0%381127-5648.2%329
12/3/2018@ MICHIGAN ST68-90L11L156.5O21-6432.8%371131-6051.7%448
12/6/2018IOWA ST              
12/15/2018*N IOWA              
12/18/2018W CAROLINA              
12/22/2018SAVANNAH ST              
12/29/2018BRYANT              
KEY GAME INFORMATION
IOWA ST: Last season: 13-18
Nickname: Cyclones
Coach: Steve Prohm
Conference: Big 12
Who's gone: Guard Donovan Jackson, who averaged 15 points a game a year ago.
Who's back: Pretty much everyone else, led by sophomore guard Lindell Wigginton. He scored 16.7 points a game and was a first-team preseason All-Big 12 pick in 2017-18. Senior Nick Weiler-Babb averaged 11.3 points, 7 rebounds and 6.8 assists as a point guard, but he struggled with knee tendinitis toward the end of last season. Sophomore Cam Lard (12.6 points, 8.1 rebounds a game) is a candidate for a breakout season if he can stay out of trouble off the court.
Who's new: Four talented freshmen led by Chicago wing Talen Horton-Tucker, a top-50 recruit who will probably start. Watch out for freshman Tyrese Haliburton, a 6-foot-5 point guard who likely earned time in Prohm's tight rotations with a strong offseason.
The Skinny: The Cyclones should be back in the mix for the NCAA Tournament after an expected rebuilding season. There will be a lot of moving parts, but Iowa State also has enough talent to make some noise in the Big 12 and beyond.
Expectations: Oddsmakers have listed Iowa State's national title hopes at 225-to-1.
IOWA: Last season: 14-19
Nickname: Hawkeyes
Coach: Fran McCaffery
Conference: Big Ten
Who's gone: Forward Ahmad Wagner, guard Brady Ellingson.
Who's back: Forward Tyler Cook, who led the team in scoring (15.3 points per game), rebounding (6.8) and field goal percentage (.566), returned for his junior season after flirting with the pros. Fellow junior Jordan Bohannon averaged 13.5 points and 5.4 assists per game while shooting 43 percent on 3s a year ago. Six-foot-11 center Luke Garza (12.1 points, 6.4 rebounds a game) could take a big step forward as a sophomore, but he was slowed by a cyst on his spleen in the offseason and may not be ready for the opener.
Who's new: Freshman Joe Wieskamp, the two-time Gatorade Player of the Year in Iowa, is a scoring wing who will likely start immediately for a team seeking an infusion of elite-level talent.
The Skinny: The Hawkeyes were arguably the worst defensive Power Five team in America a year ago. They have their top nine scorers back this season, but if those guys don't learn how to get stops it won't matter much.
Expectations: Iowa is a 250-to-1 longshot to win the national title. The Hawkeyes would probably settle for 20 wins and a trip to the NCAA Tournament.
PREVIEW
No. 19 Iowa gears up to face rival Iowa State
 

Iowa and Iowa State have met 69 times with the Hawkeyes owning a commanding 44-27 advantage in the Cy-Hawk series.

But the Cyclones have held the upper hand in recent years, winning four of the past five meetings with the Hawkeyes holding court in 2016 in Iowa City.

The two instate rivals meet again on Thursday at Carver-Hawkeye Arena in Iowa City with No. 19 Iowa on a two-game skid and Iowa State on the rise.

After starting the season 6-0 and rising to No. 14 in the Associated Press Top 25 poll, the Hawkeyes (6-2, 0-2 Big Ten) have lost their first two conference games and been exposed in the paint. In losses to Michigan State and Wisconsin, the Hawkeyes were outscored 86-46 in the paint.

"We let them have too many looks on the inside. It's pretty plain to see," Iowa forward Tyler Cook told reporters after the Michigan State loss. "We've got to do a better job of trying to contain those inside guys, regardless of who's guarding them."

The Cyclones have the players who can do similar damage, but whether coach Steve Prohm's game plan includes two 6-foot-9 forwards in Michael Jacobson and Cam Lard and 6-foot-10 George Conditt remains to be seen.

Iowa State has gotten off to a 7-1 start and won four in a row relying on a four-guard rotation with Jacobson, a transfer from Nebraska. Jacobson has been better than advertised.

"He's been better from an offensive standpoint of stretching the defense, playing in pick-and-roll, shooting 15-to-17-foot shots -- those types of things," Prohm told the Des Moines Register. "He hasn't surprised me in character and toughness and energy, and being about the right things."

Jacobson is averaging 16.8 points and 8.0 rebounds per game.

Lard, who played his first game Monday night after being suspended for the first seven games, brings a healthy inside game with 12.6 points, 8.1 rebounds and 2.2 blocked shots a season ago.

Bad news for the Hawkeyes.

Good news for the Hawkeyes is that Prohm said he will probably stick with four perimeter players -- Nick Weiler-Babb, Talen Horton-Tucker, Marial Shayok and Tyrese Haliburton -- with Jacobson.

"We don't have any tricks up our sleeve," Prohm told the Register. "What we feel comfortable with right now has been really good for us. As we get time and as guys get healthy and we get to total full strength and have real legit practice time, we'll grow into where we can play both ways."

For Prohm's strategy to work, freshman Horton-Tucker has to emerge from a mini-shooting slump (39 percent).

"I've been really impressed with their team. I think in particular their ball movement," Iowa coach Fran McCaffery said. "They've got a lot of weapons, and they have some new guys. ... Jacobson has looked really good, Shayok has been terrific, Horton-Tucker, Weiler-Babb has always been really solid. He kind of goes and scores when he has to and then moves it, keeps everybody involved."

The Hawkeyes are a veteran-laden team and won't be surprised by much of anything, especially at home. Iowa returns 90.5 percent of minutes played a year ago, a percentage that is fourth most in the country.

Iowa ranks second in the Big Ten in scoring offense (80.8) and first in free-throw percentage (.761), free throw makes (197) and attempted (259).

Getting to the line is a big part of their game.

Freshman Joe Weiskamp also plays a huge role and the good news is that he is expected to start after injuring an ankle in the loss to Michigan State.

"It's getting better," McCaffery said Wednesday. "Better if there was a little more time.

"It's not broken, so that's good news," he added when asked if the ankle was sprained.

Cook (15.4) comes into the game leading three other Hawkeyes scoring in double digits. And despite taking a beating in the paint, Iowa still outrebounds its opponents by more than three boards per game.

Going on the road is always a challenge. For a rivalry game, there is added incentive.

"I don't like Iowa -- I don't think any of us like Iowa," Weiler-Babb said. "It's a rivalry. I don't think they like us."


Last Updated: 12/16/2018 3:53:51 PM EST


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