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TEXAS A&M (17 - 8) at MISSOURI (17 - 8)
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Tuesday, 2/13/2018 7:00 PM
Board Money Line
521TEXAS A&M+105
TEXAS A&M - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games17-8+4.411-1111-1175.936.246.2%41.768.332.639.7%34.5
Road Games5-6+1.26-56-573.035.045.9%39.272.535.542.0%32.5
Last 5 Games4-1+44-14-179.436.248.9%39.271.834.042.2%34.0
Conference Games6-6-1.26-66-670.933.644.4%38.571.233.842.7%34.4
TEXAS A&M Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)75.936.228-6146.2%7-2133.6%12-1868.1%421117166146
vs opponents surrendering72.833.625-5943.3%7-2234.1%15-2071.1%35913196143
Team Stats (Road Games)73.035.028-6145.9%7-1934.0%11-1571.8%391015186155
Stats Against (All Games)68.332.625-6239.7%7-2431.6%12-1768.2%35914176114
vs opponents averaging7837.327-6045.6%8-2235.5%15-2171.9%371015197134
Stats Against (Road Games)72.535.525-5942.0%7-2330.9%16-2173.5%33914158115

MISSOURI - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games17-8+2.313-1110-1374.235.546.3%37.667.430.240.2%31.8
Home Games11-2+2.66-65-677.738.449.0%37.866.228.839.2%31.4
Last 5 Games4-1+3.83-22-372.835.247.6%35.869.629.241.1%32.6
Conference Games7-5+2.47-55-769.231.743.7%35.168.330.341.1%33.1
MISSOURI Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)74.235.525-5346.3%9-2437.9%16-2175.6%38914185155
vs opponents surrendering70.733.225-5842.3%7-2232.7%14-2070.2%361013196144
Team Stats (Home Games)77.738.426-5349.0%9-2438.9%16-2275.5%38914166155
Stats Against (All Games)67.430.224-5940.2%7-2131.2%13-1872.7%32911207114
vs opponents averaging74.935.426-5944.5%8-2234.6%15-2071.9%371014197134
Stats Against (Home Games)66.228.824-6139.2%7-2330.9%11-1572.6%31910207123
Average power rating of opponents played: TEXAS A&M 79,  MISSOURI 78.7
TEXAS A&M - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/30/2017@ ALABAMA57-79L1L144.5U21-7030.0%421226-5745.6%4312
1/9/2018@ KENTUCKY73-74L4.5W145O26-5250.0%271224-4355.8%2812
1/13/2018@ TENNESSEE62-75L3L141.5U24-5444.4%291725-6141.0%3810
1/16/2018OLE MISS71-69W-10L146U29-5750.9%331027-5945.8%349
1/23/2018@ LSU65-77L-2L140.5O26-6639.4%502028-6344.4%307
1/27/2018@ KANSAS68-79L9L146O28-6443.7%401430-6248.4%339
2/3/2018S CAROLINA83-60W-7W138O29-5552.7%381119-6927.5%4212
2/7/2018@ AUBURN81-80W6W154O33-6154.1%331626-5052.0%2214
2/13/2018@ MISSOURI              
2/17/2018@ ARKANSAS              
2/20/2018MISSISSIPPI ST              
2/24/2018@ VANDERBILT              
2/28/2018@ GEORGIA              

MISSOURI - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
1/3/2018@ S CAROLINA79-68W1W140O23-4946.9%311322-5738.6%3211
1/13/2018@ ARKANSAS63-65L4.5W152.5U21-5042.0%321623-5046.0%3213
1/20/2018@ TEXAS A&M49-60L5L137U15-5427.8%38825-6439.1%464
1/27/2018@ MISSISSIPPI ST62-74L1.5L133O26-5745.6%341929-5354.7%2715
1/31/2018@ ALABAMA69-60W5W137U25-4753.2%371917-4835.4%2711
2/6/2018@ OLE MISS75-69W1.5W145U24-5345.3%391126-6540.0%344
2/10/2018MISSISSIPPI ST89-85W-5.5L136O27-5648.2%331231-6944.9%3511
2/13/2018TEXAS A&M              
2/17/2018@ LSU              
2/20/2018OLE MISS              
2/24/2018@ KENTUCKY              
2/27/2018@ VANDERBILT              
TEXAS A&M: Last season: 16-15.
Who's gone: G J.C. Hampton, F Tavario Miller.
Who's back: F Robert Williams. A projected NBA lottery pick, Williams chose to return for his sophomore season instead of entering the draft. He looks to build off a solid freshman season where he averaged 11.9 points and 8.2 rebounds. The 6-foot-10 Williams led the SEC with 46 blocked shots during league play and was second in rebounds a game with 9.6 during conference play. He had 22 games with multiple blocks. C Tyler Davis. The junior led the SEC and ranked 14th in the nation by making 62.9 percent of his field goals last season. The 6-foot-10 Davis averaged 14.1 points and seven rebounds a game last year.
Who's new: G Duane Wilson. The graduate transfer played at Marquette for three seasons where he made 51 starts and averaged 8.8 points and 2.3 rebounds; G/F Savion Flagg. The freshman averaged 31.3 points, 11.1 rebounds, 5.9 assists, 1.9 steals and 1.4 blocks a game in his last year in high school and was named the fourth-best player in Texas by ESPN.
The Skinny: After failing to make the NIT last season after reaching the Sweet 16 in 2016, the Aggies have the talent to return to the NCAA Tournament this season. The key will be the continued development of Williams and if Wilson or J.J. Caldwell can step in to provide an upgrade at point guard.
MISSOURI: Last season: 8-24.
Who's gone: G Frankie Hughes (transfer to Duquesne), G K.J. Walton (transfer to Ball State), F Russell Woods, F Willie Jackson (transfer to Toledo).
Who's back: F Jordan Barnett; F Kevin Puryear; G Terrence Phillips. The trio combined to average 34.4 points per game last season for the Tigers as they struggled to an 8-24 record, but Martin considers their experience is considered vital this season to help bring along a talented group of newcomers.
Who's new: F Michael Porter Jr., F Jontay Porter, G C.J. Roberts, G Kassius Robertson, F Jeremiah Tilmon, G Blake Harris. The most heralded signing class in school history is highlighted by the arrival of Porter Jr., the preseason pick for SEC Player of the Year after averaging 36.2 points and 13.6 rebounds per game as a senior in high school. Younger brother Jontay Porter and Tilmon bring much-needed size to the Tigers, while Roberts, Robertson and Harris complete the overhaul for first-year coach Martin.
The Skinny: For a team that has finished last in the SEC in each of the last three seasons, Missouri appears to have pulled off an amazing Kentucky-like transformation in one offseason. It's very likely the Tigers will be ranked to start the season, and they've made no secret they expect to reach the NCAA Tournament this season.
Win streaks on line for Texas A&M, Missouri

After a month and a half absence from the Associated Press Top 25, Texas A&M jumped back into the rankings this week at No. 21 on the strength of a four-game win streak.

But the Aggies have a whole new slew of issues to deal with in their run-up to their key Southeast Conference battle at Missouri on Tuesday at Mizzou Arena in Columbia, Missouri, that could affect their chances to stay in the rankings and continue to make some noise as the league season heads into its final stretch.

But first the good news for Texas A&M -- the Aggies (17-8, 6-6 in SEC play) head to the Show Me State on the heels of a definitive 85-74 home victory over No. 24 Kentucky on Saturday that handed them their sixth win in their past seven SEC games.

All five Aggies' starters scored in double figures in the win over Kentucky, the sixth time that's been achieved by the team this season.

The win also allowed Texas A&M to even its conference record after beginning the campaign with five straight losses, improved its record to 4-3 against ranked teams.

Texas A&M junior forward DJ Hogg said afterward that the biggest difference in the last couple of weeks is the Aggies' positive attitude.

"We've just been sticking together and listening to the game plan and following what Coach (Billy Kennedy) says," Hogg said. "He is a positive man and in turn helps us stay positive. We just feed off each other's energy."

Given that win and the streak that the Aggies have enjoyed in February, you'd think they would be flying high. But there's a fly in the ointment -- on Sunday, the team announced that two of its freshman players, had been suspended for violations of Texas A&M policy. JJ Caldwell has been dismissed from the team and Jay Jay Chandler has been suspended indefinitely.

Then on Monday evening Texas A&M officials said graduate transfer guard Duane Wilson would be lost for the remainder of the season and that his career for the Aggies had come to an end.

Wilson initially suffered a knee injury on Dec. 30 at Alabama, missing three games before returning Jan. 13 at Tennessee. He played in each of the Aggies' last nine games before injuring the knee again during Saturday's victory over No. 24 Kentucky.

Missouri (17-8, 7-5 in SEC play) has also won four games in a row, the most recent on Saturday at home in overtime over Mississippi State 89-85. That streak is the Tigers' longest in conference play since they won five straight in the Big 12 in the 2011-12 season.

"Good win. We made it a lot tougher down the stretch than we would have liked, but it's all about growth," Mizzou coach Cuonzo Martin said afterward. "Our guys maintained composure, focus and fight. Great team effort, I'm happy for our guys. It's basketball. Do the things necessary to win the game."

Tuesday's game is crucial for both teams' hopes at an at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament. Martin was asked after the win over Mississippi State if Mizzou is an NCAA tourney team.

"I've never debated on us being an NCAA tournament team," he said. "If you say there's 64 teams, we're one of the 64 without question. That's not a debate. Are we one of the better teams in the country? That's not a debate. We are one of those teams. The focus is not to win a game so we can make the tournament. I'm not talking about that. We're already that."

Missouri lists the all-time series as 18-14 in favor of Texas A&M as the school was forced to vacate all of its wins (including two over the Aggies) during the 2013-14 season. The Tigers will be seeking to snap a seven-game Texas A&M winning streak in the series and avenge a 60-49 loss to the Aggies in College Station on Jan. 20.

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