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Thursday 2/22/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore



CONNECTICUT (13 - 14) at CINCINNATI (23 - 4)
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Thursday, 2/22/2018 7:00 PM
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CONNECTICUT - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games13-14-0.48-1613-1067.930.141.5%34.572.334.243.2%36.6
Road Games3-10-2.84-98-566.229.441.6%31.578.937.246.2%37.5
Last 5 Games2-3-0.61-44-170.833.846.8%28.675.636.646.2%35.2
Conference Games6-8-1.26-88-666.630.343.4%31.871.132.643.5%36.6
CONNECTICUT Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)67.930.124-5741.5%7-2032.3%14-1875.2%35910186124
vs opponents surrendering7032.725-5842.3%8-2334.4%13-1871.5%34913186133
Team Stats (Road Games)66.229.423-5641.6%7-2034.6%12-1771.7%32810205134
Stats Against (All Games)72.334.225-5843.2%9-2536.7%14-1970.7%37914175133
vs opponents averaging73.834.726-5745.1%8-2235.8%14-2071.1%36914186134
Stats Against (Road Games)78.937.227-5846.2%9-2339.1%16-2273.7%381015175123

CINCINNATI - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games23-4+3.614-109-1475.837.045.4%39.557.126.437.1%31.4
Home Games13-107-46-482.942.046.9%42.856.127.436.8%29.9
Last 5 Games3-2-2.22-32-370.432.841.8%
Conference Games12-2+2.89-56-871.132.943.5%38.554.425.436.8%31.6
CINCINNATI Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)75.837.026-5845.4%7-2135.8%16-2269.3%401216168125
vs opponents surrendering71.833.625-5843.3%8-2234.7%14-1971.1%36914186133
Team Stats (Home Games)82.942.029-6346.9%8-2335.6%16-2368.7%431418148116
Stats Against (All Games)57.126.420-5437.1%6-2030.8%10-1666.8%31810195163
vs opponents averaging72.333.625-5843.9%8-2334.3%14-1970.2%35914186134
Stats Against (Home Games)56.127.421-5636.8%6-2128.6%9-1463.4%30810205163
Average power rating of opponents played: CONNECTICUT 78.7,  CINCINNATI 75.7
CONNECTICUT - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
1/3/2018@ TULSA88-90L2.5W132O34-7943.0%45724-6437.5%5313
1/6/2018E CAROLINA70-65W-16.5L133.5O25-6041.7%381625-5545.5%3421
1/13/2018@ TULANE67-57W3W144U26-5448.1%351122-5143.1%2611
1/16/2018@ MEMPHIS49-73L3L135U17-4637.0%231728-5650.0%3814
1/28/2018@ TEMPLE57-85L6L129.5O20-5139.2%331631-6349.2%345
1/31/2018@ UCF61-70L5L125O22-5440.7%261222-4746.8%3811
2/7/2018S FLORIDA68-65W-13L129.5O25-4654.3%271123-6137.7%3611
2/10/2018@ WICHITA ST74-95L17L142O24-5147.1%24933-6352.4%409
2/18/2018@ E CAROLINA84-80W-6L135.5O32-5558.2%241128-5848.3%3213
2/22/2018@ CINCINNATI              
3/4/2018@ HOUSTON              

CINCINNATI - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
1/4/2018@ TEMPLE55-53W-7.5L137U20-5139.2%401618-5632.1%3511
1/13/2018@ S FLORIDA78-55W-22.5W126O22-4351.2%30818-4540.0%2213
1/16/2018@ UCF49-38W-7.5W122U19-5435.2%35915-5030.0%3614
1/20/2018E CAROLINA86-60W-29L128.5O33-7345.2%46725-5942.4%2915
1/27/2018@ MEMPHIS62-48W-12W129.5U22-5143.1%391514-4531.1%3112
2/3/2018@ CONNECTICUT65-57W-12.5L127.5U19-5038.0%381220-5536.4%3310
2/11/2018@ SMU76-51W-7.5W125O28-6344.4%41719-5932.2%3714
2/15/2018@ HOUSTON62-67L-2L133U17-4438.6%271324-5048.0%3615
2/18/2018WICHITA ST72-76L-7L141.5O25-5248.1%271327-5152.9%2615
3/1/2018@ TULANE              
3/4/2018@ WICHITA ST              
CONNECTICUT: Last season: 16-17, did not qualify for postseason
Who's gone: G Rodney Purvis, G Vance Jackson, F Kentan Facey, F Steven Enoch, F Juwan Durham, C Amida Brimah
Who's back: G Jalen Adams, G Alerique Gilbert, G Christian Vital, F Terry Larrier
Who's new: G Antwoine Anderson, F Isaiah Whaley, F Kwintin Williams, F Tyler Polly, F Mamadou Diarra, F Eric Cobb, F Josh Carlton, F David Onuorah.
The Skinny: After losing Jackson, Enoch and Durham to transfers, Uconn brought in eight new players. Three others, Gilbert Larrier and Diarra, return from injuries that cost them most or all of last season. Adams and Gilbert could give the Huskies one of the best backcourts in the nation. The frontcourt has nobody over 6-foot-9. The Huskies were picked to finish fifth in the annual conference pre-season poll, but there are just too many questions for anyone to have a solid read on Kevin Ollie's young squad.
CINCINNATI: Last season: 30-6, finished second in American Athletic Conference.
Who's gone: Point guard Troy Caupain, guard Kevin Johnson, forward Quadri Moore.
Who's back: Guard Jacob Evans III averaged 13.5 points, tops on the team. Forward Kyle Washington was hard to stop with his one-handed shot and averaged 12.9 points, 6.8 rebounds. Forward Gary Clark had a breakout season, averaging 10.8 points and a team-high 7.9 rebounds. Guard Jarron Cumberland was an erratic shooter as a freshman, averaging 8.3 points, and is expected to move into a bigger role. Point guard Justin Jennifer averaged 2.8 points and 1.9 assists as Caupain's backup.
Who's new: Point guard Cane Broome sat out last season after transferring from Sacred Heart, where he averaged 23.1 points. He's quick and streaky as a shooter. The Bearcats are looking to use his speed on defense initially.
The Skinny: The Bearcats won the second-most games in school history but finished behind SMU in the American Athletic and lost in the second round of the NCAA Tournament. They're looking to win the conference and go deeper in the tournament with their most balanced team in Cronin's 12 seasons. They're playing home games at Northern Kentucky University this season while their on-campus arena is renovated.
No. 11 Cincinnati aims to snap skid vs. UConn

Cincinnati has to try to stop a losing streak for only the second time this season Thursday night when it hosts Connecticut.

The No. 11 Bearcats have dropped their last two outings, a 67-62 decision at Houston on Feb. 15, then fell to No. 13 Wichita State 76-72 at home on Sunday.

Both losses were close, and both had several common denominators, most noticeably, an inability to rebound.

Cincinnati was outrebounded 36-27 by the Cougars but outrebounded the Shockers 27-26. Wichita State, though, shot 52.9 percent from the floor including 8 of 18 from beyond the arc.

"(That) is indicative of our lack of defensive communication and lack of our adherence to the scouting report," Cincinnati coach Mick Cronin said. "Combined with, they have a very good team. They made a few hard shots, but we gave them way too many wide-open shots. Defensive breakdowns."

The Bearcats had won 39 straight home games before the Wichita State loss, their third this season against a team in the AP Top 25 poll.

Cincinnati's only losing streak occurred when it lost to No. 4 Xavier and then-No. 5 Florida on Dec. 2 and 9, respectively.

"Our defense has to get better," junior wing Jacob Evans said. "We can get better mentally with being locked in all the time. Especially late in the season, every team is better and every team knows us well. They've been watching us all season."

UConn snapped a two-game skid with an 84-80 victory over East Carolina on Sunday but has dropped seven of its last 10 games overall and four of its last five on the road.

Coach Kevin Ollie adjusted his lineup for the ECU game, utilizing a three-guard set that included Antwoine Anderson who made his first start since Jan. 28.

"Really, it was Antwoine for defensive purposes and we know they were going small," Ollie said. "They had a lot guards. We didn't do well starting the game off, but 'Twoine was able to get loose for some assists and get Jalen (Adams) off the ball, where he's not seeing five defenders every time at the top of the key trying to make something happen."

Defense has been a problem for the Huskies, too, of late but they forced nine turnovers against the Pirates and on the offensive end, made 13 of 26 3-pointers and shot 58.2 percent overall.

"We've just got to get better defensively, and we've got to rebound the ball better," Ollie said.

Connecticut is shooting a combined 49 percent in its last four games following a 65-57 loss to the Bearcats earlier this month.

Junior guard Jalen Adams scored 20 points with four assists in that contest but the Huskies made only 36.4 percent of their shots in the loss, their fourth in a row to Cincinnati.

Like the Bearcats, the Huskies have yet to beat a top five opponent this season, dropping all six contests against ranked opponents this year and 12 in a row dating back to the 2015-16 season.

Last Updated: 12/18/2018 1:50:39 PM EST

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