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CBB : ATS Matchup
Thursday 3/23/2017Line$ LineOU LineScore




MICHIGAN (26 - 11) vs. OREGON (31 - 5)
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Thursday, 3/23/2017 7:05 PM
NCAA - Midwest Regional Semifinals - Sprint Center - Kansas City, MO
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MICHIGAN - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games26-11-0.417-1723-1175.237.648.4%29.266.331.146.5%31.7
Road Games11-8+2.210-912-774.336.347.4%29.670.533.247.5%34.1
Last 5 Games5-0+5.64-14-178.837.450.2%27.672.636.246.6%36.8
MICHIGAN Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)75.237.626-5548.4%9-2438.6%13-1777.6%2961415693
vs opponents surrendering70.433.125-5842.8%7-2134.7%13-1970.6%34913196133
Team Stats (Road Games)74.336.326-5547.4%9-2537.7%12-1676.7%3061416693
Stats Against (All Games)66.331.125-5446.5%6-1637.5%10-1568.6%32811174132
vs opponents averaging74.535.326-5945.2%8-2136.7%14-2070.1%37914186134
Stats Against (Road Games)70.533.227-5647.5%6-1638.5%11-1665.6%341013175123

OREGON - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games31-5+5.620-1317-1779.437.748.4%36.565.631.140.5%32.2
Road Games14-5-2.410-811-875.334.946.5%34.768.433.943.1%33.9
Last 5 Games4-1+0.82-34-180.238.447.9%36.670.836.444.9%30.2
OREGON Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)79.437.728-5848.4%9-2337.9%14-2070.8%36916167126
vs opponents surrendering72.434.126-5943.2%7-2134.8%14-2070.1%35913196124
Team Stats (Road Games)75.334.927-5846.5%8-2236.1%13-2068.0%35913177115
Stats Against (All Games)65.631.124-5940.5%7-2231.3%11-1571.5%32911195144
vs opponents averaging7434.726-5844.7%7-2135.3%14-2070.7%36914196134
Stats Against (Road Games)68.433.925-5743.1%7-2132.9%12-1772.6%34912194135
Average power rating of opponents played: MICHIGAN 80.9,  OREGON 78.1
MICHIGAN - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
2/4/2017OHIO ST66-70L-9L140.5U19-5137.3%241221-5240.4%4216
2/7/2017MICHIGAN ST86-57W-4W135O32-5360.4%22823-4847.9%2621
2/12/2017@ INDIANA75-63W2.5W144.5U26-5547.3%29825-5149.0%3215
2/19/2017@ MINNESOTA78-83L1.5L136.5O30-6050.0%31925-5743.9%4411
2/22/2017@ RUTGERS68-64W-8.5L130O22-5440.7%401124-5940.7%337
3/1/2017@ NORTHWESTERN65-67L-2.5L131.5O23-5145.1%29927-5152.9%2912
3/5/2017@ NEBRASKA93-57W-5.5W138.5O34-5463.0%291021-5141.2%2616
3/17/2017*OKLAHOMA ST92-91W-2.5L154O29-5651.8%21435-6454.7%4010

OREGON - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
2/2/2017ARIZONA ST71-70W-17L154.5U25-5743.9%40826-6241.9%306
2/9/2017@ UCLA79-82L4W164U29-6942.0%35332-6350.8%4310
2/11/2017@ USC81-70W-4W146.5O29-6445.3%391322-5937.3%3416
2/22/2017@ CALIFORNIA68-65W-3T132.5O25-5446.3%24723-5046.0%3614
2/25/2017@ STANFORD75-73W-6.5L138.5O29-5750.9%25827-5549.1%3715
3/4/2017@ OREGON ST80-59W-19W133.5O29-5651.8%35823-6734.3%4012
3/9/2017*ARIZONA ST80-57W-17W154.5U30-6149.2%48719-6131.1%297
3/19/2017*RHODE ISLAND75-72W-4.5L144O25-5248.1%351430-5950.8%2811
MICHIGAN: Last season: 23-13, lost in NCAA round of 64.
Nickname: Wolverines.
Coach: John Beilein.
Conference: Big Ten.
Who's gone: G Caris LeVert, G Spike Albrecht, G-F Kameron Chatman, F Ricky Doyle, G-F Aubrey Dawkins.
Who's back: G Derrick Walton. Point guard shot only 38 percent from the field last season but led Michigan with 5.4 rebounds a game; G-F Zak Irvin. Michigan's top returning scorer, and he could improve if his 30-percent mark from 3-point range rises. G-F Duncan Robinson. Former Williams College standout made a nice impact for the Wolverines as the team's top outside shooting threat. Needs to prove he can still score efficiently when opponents make a point of trying to stop him. F Mark Donnal. Made 25 starts, averaging 7.8 points and 19.4 minutes.
Who's new: G Xavier Simpson. Freshman was ranked as the nation's No. 57 prospect by Scout.com and could provide help for Walton in the backcourt.
The Skinny: Michigan hopes new assistant
Coach Billy Donlon can help shore up the team's defensive weaknesses. If the Wolverines stay healthy, Walton and Irvin have a chance to form a nice senior nucleus.
OREGON: Last season: Oregon went 31-7 and finished first in the Pac-12.
Nickname: Ducks.
Coach: Dana Altman.
Conference: Pac-12.
Who's gone: F Elgin Cook, F Dwayne Benjamin.
Who's back: The Ducks return four starters from last season's team that went to the Elite Eight, F Dillon Brooks, G Tyler Dorsey, F Chris Boucher and G Casey Benson.
Who's new: Highly touted recruit Payton Pritchard, a homegrown guard from West Linn, Oregon, who originally committed to Oklahoma before switching to the Ducks.
The Skinny: Oregon looks to live up to expectations coming off a school-record 31 wins last season. The Ducks finished last season ranked No. 5 in the nation, and they're likely to be ranked high in the AP Top 25 to start this season. The team was selected to finish first in the Pac-12 in the league's preseason poll.
Oregon next obstacle for Cinderella Michigan

There are two compelling stories heading into the NCAA Tournament Midwest Region matchup between Michigan and Oregon. The Wolverines and the Ducks face off in the first of two semifinals on Thursday night at Sprint Center in Kansas City, Mo.

Michigan's run through the Big Ten tournament, beginning with its team plane's slide off the runway prior to the event, has been well-chronicled. But the No. 7 seed Wolverines (26-11) are not a fairy-tale story. They earned their way to Kansas City with gutsy victories over Oklahoma State and second-seeded Louisville in the first two rounds.

"There's always going to be a lot of hype about what teams are getting most hype early, and it just doesn't go away," Michigan coach John Beilein said. "The level of coaching in this league, the resources in this league, the level of talent in this league, it will come to the top at the end of the year."

The Wolverines are confident heading into Kansas City to face the third-seeded Ducks (31-5). They seem to have that "it" that underdogs who make deep runs must have.

"I had no doubt in my mind, if it came down to the way it did, in the second half that we would be able to pull it out," D.J. Wilson said about the victory over Louisville. "I think it just shows the versatility of this team. Our offense, it's kind of like 'pick your poison.' Today, we didn't knock down the 3 (3-point shot). We worked, and we did other things to put the ball in the hole, and it was effective."

Michigan is a well-balanced team, with four players (Derrick Walton Jr., Zak Irvin, Moritz Wagner and Wilson) averaging between 11.0 and 15.4 points, and those same four players average between 4.1 and 5.3 rebounds per game.

Walton is the leader of the team, but the star of the first two rounds was Wagner, who scored a career-high 26 points, including a 3-pointer to give the Wolverines the lead for good against Louisville.

The other story is the return of Oregon coach Dana Altman to his Midwestern roots. Altman previously coached at Kansas State, two hours to the west of Thursday's site. He also coached at Creighton, three hours to the north of Sprint Center. He even cut his teeth at Moberly (Mo.) Junior College, two hours to the east of Kansas City.

Altman is not coming to Kansas City empty-handed. He will bring some talented players with him. Forward Dillon Brooks is the Ducks' leading scorer at 16.4 points per game. Even though he shot only 7 of 20 against Rhode Island in the second round, he still scored 19 points.

Oregon lost star center Chris Boucher to a season-ending injury in the Pac-12 Conference tournament, which has forced Oregon to play small. Brooks (6-foot-7) and Jordan Bell (6-9) make up the frontcourt. Guard Tyler Dorsey has recorded four straight games over 20 points, including 27 against the Rams.

Like most coaches, Altman is focused on the opposition, and he is impressed with Michigan.

"I didn't really watch it," Altman said of Michigan's victory over Louisville in the second round. "I watched one of Michigan's games in the Big Ten tournament, and wow! Beating Louisville with their athletes. ... They're hard to guard. What (Wagner) does offensively is really unique and special, and they're an outstanding offensive team."

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