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CBB : ATS Matchup
Friday 3/15/2013Line$ LineOU LineScore




CHARLOTTE (21 - 10) vs. SAINT LOUIS (24 - 6)
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Friday, 3/15/2013 12:00 PM
Atlantic Ten Conference Tournament - Quarterfinals - Brooklyn, NY
Board OpenLatest
838SAINT LOUIS-11-11.5
CHARLOTTE - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games21-10+10.414-122-468.030.344.4%37.567.230.241.0%33.2
Road Games9-7+6.68-72-368.929.845.2%36.072.333.543.9%31.1
Last 5 Games3-2+1.62-31-071.826.242.2%37.876.434.247.0%31.2
Conference Games9-8+4.68-91-066.928.943.3%36.671.832.644.6%32.6
CHARLOTTE Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)68.030.324-5544.4%3-1326.4%16-2565.5%381112208153
vs opponents surrendering67.931.424-5543.7%6-1734.3%13-1969.5%34913187143
Team Stats (Road Games)68.929.825-5545.2%4-1331.2%15-2465.3%361012228163
Stats Against (All Games)67.230.223-5541.0%7-2033.8%15-2270.0%331011207144
vs opponents averaging69.232.324-5543.6%7-1934.6%14-2070.7%34913187134
Stats Against (Road Games)72.333.523-5343.9%8-2040.1%18-2571.6%31713197144

SAINT LOUIS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games24-6+4.918-106-668.932.745.0%32.958.426.341.7%31.9
Road Games7-4+2.47-43-266.129.941.4%34.662.528.242.5%33.4
Last 5 Games4-1+2.44-11-
Conference Games13-3+10.412-45-471.432.244.5%34.761.326.741.8%33.6
SAINT LOUIS Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)68.932.723-5245.0%6-1835.0%16-2270.8%33813177113
vs opponents surrendering66.430.923-5442.8%6-1834.3%14-2069.8%33913187143
Team Stats (Road Games)66.129.923-5541.4%6-1830.3%15-2267.8%35911217113
Stats Against (All Games)58.426.321-5041.7%4-1333.8%12-1865.7%32811206154
vs opponents averaging68.131.924-5543.7%6-1834.4%14-2069.5%351013187134
Stats Against (Road Games)62.528.221-4942.5%5-1337.0%16-2463.9%33712206145
Average power rating of opponents played: CHARLOTTE 73.1,  SAINT LOUIS 73.6
CHARLOTTE - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
1/26/2013@ GEORGE WASHINGTON54-82L3.5L -18-5731.6%271725-4753.2%4016
2/2/2013MASSACHUSETTS66-65W-1.5L -23-5839.7%371425-5149.0%3219
2/6/2013@ TEMPLE88-89L9W -32-5360.4%291931-5853.4%2513
2/9/2013VA COMMONWEALTH61-68L8.5W -24-4751.1%361727-5251.9%1810
2/13/2013@ BUTLER71-67W10.5W -26-4854.2%341223-5939.0%3211
2/16/2013@ SAINT LOUIS58-76L11.5L -24-5543.6%361522-5044.0%3210
2/24/2013TEMPLE51-71L1L -17-6227.4%421528-5848.3%3613
2/27/2013DAYTON67-88L-1L -22-5143.1%271329-4761.7%3117
3/2/2013@ ST BONAVENTURE83-104L5L -24-6238.7%362030-5158.8%3922
3/6/2013@ DUQUESNE89-87W-3L -33-6550.8%412027-5846.6%3420
3/9/2013ST JOSEPHS52-40W1.5W -15-4632.6%421414-4829.2%3013
3/15/2013*SAINT LOUIS              

SAINT LOUIS - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
1/26/2013@ ST BONAVENTURE67-57W-3W -23-5244.2%311317-4736.2%3419
2/6/2013@ FORDHAM90-73W-13W135O33-5856.9%32524-5246.2%3012
2/9/2013@ RICHMOND56-46W-3.5W -19-4542.2%422010-4323.3%2814
2/16/2013CHARLOTTE76-58W-11.5W -22-5044.0%321024-5543.6%3615
2/19/2013VA COMMONWEALTH76-62W-2W136.5O26-4755.3%29824-5444.4%3310
2/22/2013@ BUTLER65-61W2.5W123O24-5642.9%29420-4643.5%3914
2/27/2013ST JOSEPHS70-53W-11W126U23-5641.1%41915-4632.6%2911
3/2/2013@ GEORGE WASHINGTON66-58W-5.5W -20-4841.7%341624-5841.4%3214
3/6/2013@ XAVIER66-77L-4L -22-7330.1%421023-5442.6%4616
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ PA SPORTSTICKER COLLEGE BASKETBALL PREVIEW (CHARLOTTE-SAINT LOUIS) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

*Charlotte-Saint Louis Preview* ===============================

Charlotte (20-10) at Saint Louis (24-6), 12:00 p.m. EDT

Saint Louis enters as the top seed in the Atlantic 10 tournament, but Charlotte's wild win to open it was the talk of the event.

The 49ers are hoping that victory gives them momentum heading into Friday's quarterfinal matchup with the 16th-ranked Billikens at the Barclays Center.

Charlotte (21-10) won 68-63 over Richmond in Thursday's first round. The 49ers trailed 63-60 with 4.7 seconds to go before a controversial finish that featured three technical fouls on the Spiders, leading to eight made free throws from Pierria Henry over the rest of the contest.

The craziness began when Richmond fouled Henry to prevent Charlotte from attempting a tying 3-pointer. After Henry made the front end of a one-and-one, the Spiders' Derrick Williams and Charlotte's Willie Clayton got tangled as they set up for a potential rebound, and Williams was called for a technical for shoving Clayton to the floor.

Henry made three more free throws and the 49ers retained possession. He hoisted a 3-point attempt as he was fouled after receiving the inbounds, and the referees awarded him three free throws.

Spiders coach Chris Mooney was then called for two technicals and ejected. Henry made four of seven free throws to seal the win.

"You couldn't make that up if you want to make a movie out of that one," 49ers coach Alan Major said. "But, you know, we just talked to our guys about always making sure you keep your poise."

Henry scored a career-high 28 points for Charlotte, which now looks for a fourth straight win as it tries to end a three-game skid to the Billikens.

"You're facing a top-15 team in the country tomorrow in Saint Louis, a top-10 defensive team," Major said. "Coach (Jim) Crews, the (conference) head coach of the year award because it's very difficult to take over a situation that he did and losing a coach mid-year and keep it steady the way he did all season, he deserves a ton of credit."

Crews, filling in for the late Rick Majerus, guided Saint Louis to its first outright regular-season conference title since capturing the Missouri Valley Conference in 1956-57. The Billikens (24-6) have won 12 of 13.

"I couldn't be more pleased or proud or tickled for these guys to win a championship," Crews said. "It's hard to win a game, much less a championship."

A battle of the reserves could be on tap since Charlotte finished the regular season averaging a conference-best 28.3 points from its bench while Saint Louis was second at 23.3.

The Billikens enjoyed a 47-17 edge in bench points in a 76-58 home victory Feb. 16. Cody Ellis scored 18 points, Jordair Jett had 16 and Jake Barnett chipped in 13.

Saint Louis held Charlotte leading scorer Chris Braswell to four points, matching his season low. That type of defensive effort isn't surprising, with the Billikens limiting opponents to a league-low 58.4 points per game.

Top scorer Dwayne Evans is surging, averaging 18.8 points and 12.5 rebounds over his last four games. He had 16 points and 17 boards in Saturday's 78-54 rout of La Salle.

Ellis, meanwhile, has been badly struggling, averaging 3.6 points on 5-of-40 shooting over the past five games.

Last Updated: 7/20/2018 5:25:19 AM EST

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