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CBB : ATS Matchup
Sunday 12/17/2017Line$ LineOU LineScore
VANDERBILT
 
ARIZONA ST
+11.5  

-11.5  
+500

-750

155
 
64
Final
76

VANDERBILT (3 - 6) at ARIZONA ST (9 - 0)
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Sunday, 12/17/2017 2:00 PM
Board OpenLatest
809VANDERBILT154.5154.5
810ARIZONA ST-10-12.5
ADVANCED TEAM STATS
VANDERBILT - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games3-6-7.50-82-668.731.640.2%36.271.634.444.8%33.0
Road Games0-3-3.80-30-353.725.330.8%38.069.735.344.2%36.0
Last 5 Games1-4-4.80-51-463.429.436.4%35.670.435.646.0%33.8
VANDERBILT Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
 PPGHalfFGM-APctFGM-APCTFTM-APctTotOffAstPFStlTOBk
Team Stats (All Games)68.731.621-5340.2%7-2330.8%19-2573.6%361011194133
vs opponents surrendering66.631.423-5541.7%7-2133.0%13-1970.7%33812186153
Team Stats (Road Games)53.725.316-5230.8%4-2220.0%17-2376.5%3886213132
Stats Against (All Games)71.634.426-5844.8%6-1934.1%13-1773.9%33712214103
vs opponents averaging75.336.327-5946.4%8-2136.0%13-1970.4%361015187134
Stats Against (Road Games)69.735.325-5744.2%7-2230.3%12-1966.1%3661320495

ARIZONA ST - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games9-0+12.28-07-291.844.952.0%35.774.436.342.9%33.2
Home Games5-0+24-04-191.047.052.4%38.467.832.637.5%35.0
Last 5 Games5-0+10.25-03-289.241.850.5%35.077.637.845.3%31.6
ARIZONA ST Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
 PPGHalfFGM-APctFGM-APCTFTM-APctTotOffAstPFStlTOBk
Team Stats (All Games)91.844.930-5752.0%10-2442.7%22-3073.2%36816177123
vs opponents surrendering69.13224-5840.9%7-2332.8%14-2071.7%34912206153
Team Stats (Home Games)91.047.030-5852.4%9-2339.3%21-3169.9%38918177124
Stats Against (All Games)74.436.326-6142.9%10-2836.0%12-1769.5%331016245163
vs opponents averaging76.337.627-5945.2%8-2234.9%15-2172.5%371015197144
Stats Against (Home Games)67.832.623-6237.5%9-2833.8%12-1868.2%351016255173
Average power rating of opponents played: VANDERBILT 78.8,  ARIZONA ST 76.7
SCHEDULE AND RESULTS
VANDERBILT - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/UShotsPctREBTOShotsPctREBTO
11/10/2017AUSTIN PEAY73-54W-26L148.5U26-5844.8%391522-5440.7%3117
11/13/2017@ BELMONT60-69L-4L149U17-4835.4%391522-5440.7%3310
11/17/2017UNC-ASHEVILLE79-76W - -25-5347.2%321427-6442.2%3614
11/19/2017USC89-93L3L143.5O29-5750.9%381633-6749.3%286
11/23/2017*VIRGINIA42-68L6L125U12-5223.1%36927-6045.0%427
11/24/2017*SETON HALL59-72L6.5L140.5U19-5633.9%391627-5846.6%339
11/28/2017RADFORD74-62W-15L136.5U22-5242.3%37824-6139.3%349
12/3/2017KANSAS ST79-84L-1.5L138O23-5046.0%331429-5058.0%217
12/6/2017MIDDLE TENN ST63-66L-3L139U20-5437.0%33924-5642.9%399
12/17/2017@ ARIZONA ST              
12/20/2017HOUSTN BAPTIST              
12/22/2017ALCORN ST              
12/30/2017@ FLORIDA              
1/2/2018ALABAMA              
1/6/2018@ S CAROLINA              
1/9/2018TENNESSEE              

ARIZONA ST - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/UShotsPctREBTOShotsPctREBTO
11/10/2017IDAHO ST94-74W-20T157O34-6552.3%411126-5944.1%2914
11/14/2017SAN DIEGO ST90-68W-1W155.5O31-6150.8%421225-6637.9%3615
11/17/2017N ARIZONA97-62W-24.5W158.5O33-6352.4%351119-6031.7%4224
11/19/2017UC-IRVINE99-78W-12W147.5O30-4961.2%281028-6145.9%3419
11/23/2017*KANSAS ST92-90W4W153.5O27-5054.0%291234-5957.6%2716
11/24/2017*XAVIER102-86W6.5W166O33-5955.9%291030-5455.6%2613
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
12/17/2017VANDERBILT              
12/19/2017LONGWOOD              
12/22/2017PACIFIC              
12/30/2017@ ARIZONA              
1/4/2018@ COLORADO              
1/7/2018@ UTAH              
KEY GAME INFORMATION
VANDERBILT: Last season: 19-16, second straight NCAA Tournament berth.
Who's gone: C Luke Kornet, the program's all-time shot blocker. G Nolan Cressler.
Who's back: G Matthew Fisher-Davis. He's the top returning scorer after averaging 13.9 points per game last season. F Jeff Roberson. Another senior, he averaged 10.8 points and 7 rebounds per game. G Riley LaChance. The third senior averaged 10.5 points per game while running the point starting all 35 games. G Joe Toye. He averaged 6.4 points and started 13 games.
Who's new: G Saben Lee. G Maxwell Evans. C Ejike Obinna. The Nigerian will help start replacing Kornet.
The Skinny: Drew coached the Commodores to the NCAA Tournament in his first season ' the first coach ever to do that in his inaugural season at Vanderbilt. Now he's starting to get players onto the roster alongside those who know exactly how he's asking them to play.
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.
PREVIEW
No. 5 ASU seeks first 10-0 start
 

TEMPE, Ariz. -- Arizona State jumped 11 spots in the AP poll this week to reach the top five for the first time since 1981, but the Sun Devils are hungry for more.

"We feel like what we did (to move from) 16 to five isn't going to get us from five to one," senior guard Shannon Evans II said. "At the end of the day, we want to be one, so there's more steps we've got to take to be No. 1."

The Sun Devils, 9-0 for the first time since the 1973-74 season after beating then-No. 2 Kansas in Allen Fieldhouse last Sunday, will try to take the next step in a home game against Vanderbilt (3-6) at Wells Fargo Arena on Sunday afternoon.

Arizona State is one of six undefeated NCAA Division I programs, and it is attempting to start 10-0 for the first time in school history. The Sun Devils were one of three teams to receive first-place votes in the most recent poll, after Villanova and Michigan State.

Coach Bobby Hurley, whose Duke career included plenty of experience at the top levels of the college polls, has encouraged the Sun Devils to embrace their ranking. They have not been ranked higher since 1980-81, when the Fat Lever/Byron Scott/Alton Lister team reached No. 3 and beat No.1-ranked and undefeated Oregon State on the final day of the regular season.

"They've earned it," said Hurley, who won NCAA championships at Duke in 1991-92 and 1992-93.

"They weren't anointed prior to the season with anything. They've had to earn all the credit they've been given, every win, so I want them to enjoy it. Appreciate the success. It's good to feel good about yourself."

Senior guard Tra Holder leads the guard-oriented, up-tempo Sun Devils with a 21.2-point scoring average; Evans is second at 19.0. Forward Romello White, a 6-foot-8 freshman who supplies the inside balance ASU lacked the last two seasons, is averaging 16.1 points and 9.0 rebounds.

Through Friday's games, ASU was fourth in the country with 91.8 points per game and sixth in field goal percentage (52.0).

Evans had a total of 40 points and 11 assists in victories over St. John's and Kansas. Freshman guard Remy Martin, one of ASU guards who can play the point, jumped onto the national stage with 21 points and five steals against Kansas.

"You can't win games like at Kansas without NBA guys (because) they have NBA guys," Hurley said. "You need NBA guys, and Tra and Shannon are definitely that."

Vanderbilt has not played since a 66-63 home loss to Middle Tennessee State on Dec. 6, its third home loss of the season. Kansas State won in Nashville 84-79 on Dec. 3 and then-No. 10 USC took a 93-89 overtime victory there Nov. 19. ASU beat Kansas State 92-90 in a Las Vegas tournament.

"It's just learning how to win," second-year coach Bryce Drew told reporters after the Middle Tennessee State game.

"Like I told our team, two possessions, one more defensive stop and one more score and we win these three games at home and we're in a totally different situation right now. We have to find a way to close out games. We have to find out which players can close out games for us and execute."

The lineup has been a work in progress -- 10 different players have started at least one game for the Commodores and none has started all nine.

Jeff Roberson, a 6-6 senior, leads the team in scoring (14.2 point a game) and rebounding (8.8 boards a game) while senior guards Riley La Chance and Matthew Fisher-Davis are averaging 12.2 and 12.0 points, respectively. The Commodores are shooting only 40.2 percent from the field, 30.8 from 3-point range.

"Every year you want to build a resume in non-conference (for an NCAA bid)," Drew told the (Nashville) Tennessean. "But to build it, you have to win games. Losses to good teams only go so far in helping. You have to get something in the win column to go along with that tough schedule."


Last Updated: 5/26/2018 4:25:55 PM EST


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