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CBB : ATS Matchup
Tuesday 11/21/2017Line$ LineOU LineScore




TX-ARLINGTON (2 - 0) at ALABAMA (3 - 0)
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Tuesday, 11/21/2017 9:00 PM
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TX-ARLINGTON - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games2-0+2.81-12-087.039.551.7%31.077.534.543.4%35.0
Road Games1-0+2.81-01-
Last 5 Games2-0+2.81-12-087.039.551.7%31.077.534.543.4%35.0
TX-ARLINGTON Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)87.039.530-5851.7%12-2351.1%15-2171.4%31620188135
vs opponents surrendering73.534.326-5745.3%8-2140.5%14-1877.4%33815196154
Team Stats (Road Games)89.043.033-6154.1%12-2060.0%11-1573.3%33417189104
Stats Against (All Games)77.534.526-6143.4%6-2525.5%18-2280.0%351313188174
vs opponents averaging79.835.527-5846.4%7-2431.2%19-2576.7%341114188144
Stats Against (Road Games)75.028.025-5843.1%6-2722.2%19-2286.4%311016146155

ALABAMA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games3-0+12-01-090.742.356.5%42.367.029.737.8%37.7
Home Games2-001-00-095.044.561.7%43.565.526.537.5%35.0
Last 5 Games3-0+12-01-090.742.356.5%42.367.029.737.8%37.7
ALABAMA Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)90.742.333-5956.5%11-2445.8%13-2552.0%42919227158
vs opponents surrendering77.736.328-5947.7%8-2335.6%13-2164.5%37915236156
Team Stats (Home Games)95.044.537-6061.7%11-2248.9%10-2342.6%43821186148
Stats Against (All Games)67.029.724-6337.8%6-2028.8%14-2653.2%38119196142
vs opponents averaging6928.323-5839.6%6-1930.5%17-2666.5%371010196172
Stats Against (Home Games)65.526.524-6437.5%7-2135.7%10-2146.5%35910176132
Average power rating of opponents played: TX-ARLINGTON 75,  ALABAMA 67.3
TX-ARLINGTON - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
11/18/2017@ BYU89-75W8W150O33-6154.1%331025-5843.1%3115
11/21/2017@ ALABAMA              
11/24/2017*W CAROLINA              
12/2/2017N TEXAS              
12/7/2017@ N IOWA              
12/9/2017FLA GULF COAST              

ALABAMA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
11/14/2017LIPSCOMB86-64W-13.5W -34-5759.6%401323-7032.9%4716
11/17/2017ALABAMA A&M104-67W - -40-6363.5%471525-5843.1%2310
11/29/2017LOUISIANA TECH              
12/6/2017RHODE ISLAND              
12/9/2017@ ARIZONA              
ALABAMA: Last season: 19-15, lost in first round of NIT
Who's gone: F Bola Olaniyan (6.4 rpg), G Corban Collins (7.0 ppg), F Jimmie Taylor (5.1 ppg, 3.7 rpg)
Who's back: G Braxton Key. Led Alabama in scoring as a freshman, averaging 12.0 ppg and 5.7 rpg. G Dazon Ingram averaged 10.5 ppg and led team in assists and 3-point percentage; only Tide player to start all 34 games. F Donta Hall provided size and rebounding inside, leading team in blocks and field goal percentage.
Who's new: G Collin Sexton is a consensus Top 10 recruit, and the freshman is a second-team preseason All-SEC pick. G John Petty is a two-time Alabama Mr. Basketball out of Huntsville. They were the centerpieces of the program's highest rated recruiting class, rated No. 5 by three major recruiting services. F/C Daniel Giddens sat out last season after transferring from Ohio State.
The Skinny: Appears to have a good shot at making the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2012 and second since 2006. A big reason for that is the arrival of Sexton and Petty, but there's a strong returning nucleus, too, led by Key and Ingram. Picked to finish fourth in the SEC, the highest projection under Johnson.
No. 25 Alabama braces for challenge from UT-Arlington

Alabama is set to play its first game as a ranked team in almost six years.

That ranking will be tested Tuesday when the No. 25 Crimson Tide (3-0) faces Texas-Arlington (2-0) at Coleman Coliseum in Tuscaloosa, Ala.

The Mavericks made an early-season statement on Saturday, winning 89-75 at BYU. UT Arlington shot 54.1 percent and made 12 of 20 3-pointers in the victory.

"They hit shots and we didn't," BYU junior guard Elijah Bryant told the (Provo, Utah) Daily Herald. "We shot horribly from the 3-point line. They executed their stuff really well. They've got three pros on their team. That's a good team, an NCAA team."

Kevin Hervey scored 23 points and pulled down nine rebounds, and Erick Neal had 21 points and 10 assists for UT Arlington, which led by 25 midway through the second half.

A year ago, the Mavericks were 27-9 and won the Sun Belt Conference regular-season title but went to the NIT after losing in the conference tournament semifinals.

They have set their sights higher this season.

"This is definitely a team that can win games in the NCAA Tournament, but you can't win games unless you get there," UT Arlington coach Scott Cross told the (Fort Worth, Texas) Star-Telegram.

"(The Sun Belt has) been a one-bid league for a while, so if you come up short in that conference tournament, your chances of getting there are slim and none. So, we have to be playing our best basketball that weekend in March."

Cross will depend on Hervey, a 6-foot-9 forward, and Neal, his 5-10 point guard to get the Mavericks there.

Alabama is ranked for the first time since the week of Dec. 17, 2011.

Crimson Tide guard Jon Petty made a school-record 10 3-pointers on Friday in a 104-67 rout of Alabama A&M.

Petty, a freshman, was just 5-for-17 from long distance in wins over Memphis and Lipscomb.

"We asked him to start off faster in practice," Tide coach Avery Johnson said, according to AL.com. "Some guys are slow starters and you've got to get 'em going, but he started practice off fast and he was a lot more focused in practice (Thursday). Probably one of his better practices."

Petty needed just 13 attempts to set the record.

"I think the basket was as big as the ocean for him tonight," Alabama A&M coach Donnie Marsh said. "He's a talented kid."

The Crimson Tide will be without Braxton Key and Ar'Mond Davis on Tuesday, but senior forward Riley Norris could see his first action of the season. Key and Davis are recovering from knee injuries, while Norris has been sidelined with a hip injury.

"Riley will be a game-time decision," Johnson said, according to the website BamaOnLine. "So, what that means is he'll go through another practice (Monday), and then we'll evaluate him in the morning in terms of how he recovers from this practice."

Norris is one of only two seniors on the Tide roster.

"There's a level of confidence and a level of leadership because he knows what he's doing and he's very familiar with playing in games like the one we're going to have -- whether he plays (Tuesday) or the games in Brooklyn," Johnson said. "So, he understands the passion and attention to detail must be needed to be successful."

Alabama faces BYU on Friday in New York in the first round of the Barclays Center Classic, which also includes Massachusetts and No. 14 Minnesota.

The Mavericks, playing their third consecutive road game, return home to take on Western Carolina on Friday.

Last Updated: 11/19/2018 11:33:17 AM EST

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