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Wednesday 2/21/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore



GEORGIA TECH (11 - 16) at VIRGINIA (24 - 2)
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Wednesday, 2/21/2018 7:00 PM
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725GEORGIA TECH113113.5
GEORGIA TECH - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games11-16-9.210-1210-1365.230.642.6%33.967.231.042.7%33.3
Road Games1-9-6.63-65-563.832.043.6%32.473.234.345.6%33.5
Last 5 Games0-5-50-53-262.628.640.9%32.878.438.447.9%36.0
Conference Games4-10-3.26-76-862.929.641.6%33.469.733.044.0%35.1
GEORGIA TECH Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)65.230.623-5442.6%5-1531.2%14-2071.5%34912167135
vs opponents surrendering70.83325-5942.6%8-2234.4%13-1871.0%35913186133
Team Stats (Road Games)63.832.024-5543.6%4-1528.9%12-1670.9%32911187134
Stats Against (All Games)67.231.024-5642.7%7-1938.2%12-1770.8%33915176123
vs opponents averaging74.634.926-5844.8%8-2235.9%14-2072.0%36914176134
Stats Against (Road Games)73.234.325-5645.6%8-1942.4%14-2071.9%33915167113

VIRGINIA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games24-2+717-65-1867.732.546.0%32.552.724.137.7%31.1
Home Games14-1-2.57-54-869.434.046.7%33.451.724.136.8%31.2
Last 5 Games4-1-4.53-21-462.227.644.2%31.054.825.641.0%28.8
Conference Games13-1+2.910-42-1263.929.144.0%30.952.924.339.3%32.1
VIRGINIA Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)67.732.525-5446.0%8-2038.1%10-1376.9%3371414794
vs opponents surrendering71.633.425-5843.2%8-2234.9%13-1971.2%34913186143
Team Stats (Home Games)69.434.025-5446.7%8-2037.7%11-1575.7%3381413894
Stats Against (All Games)52.724.119-5037.7%6-2029.7%9-1271.3%3179154143
vs opponents averaging76.836.327-6045.7%8-2235.9%14-2072.1%36915187134
Stats Against (Home Games)51.724.119-5136.8%6-2229.3%8-1073.9%3188164152
Average power rating of opponents played: GEORGIA TECH 78.4,  VIRGINIA 81.7
GEORGIA TECH - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
1/10/2018NOTRE DAME60-53W-2W125.5U25-5942.4%391321-5935.6%3310
1/13/2018@ PITTSBURGH69-54W-6W125.5U26-5547.3%391217-4240.5%2014
1/20/2018@ N CAROLINA66-80L14T140O29-6048.3%251528-6642.4%4614
1/24/2018@ FLORIDA ST77-88L10L141.5O24-5841.4%341632-5459.3%2612
2/4/2018@ BOSTON COLLEGE72-80L1.5L138O29-5750.9%311327-6144.3%3813
2/8/2018@ LOUISVILLE54-77L7L135.5U20-5536.4%362027-5450.0%3210
2/14/2018@ WAKE FOREST62-79L5.5L138O22-4351.2%281429-5949.2%305
2/17/2018VIRGINIA TECH56-76L3.5L139.5U20-5536.4%301228-5352.8%3613
2/21/2018@ VIRGINIA              
2/24/2018@ CLEMSON              
3/1/2018NC STATE              
3/3/2018WAKE FOREST              

VIRGINIA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
1/3/2018@ VIRGINIA TECH78-52W-3.5W134.5U30-6149.2%31617-4736.2%3316
1/6/2018N CAROLINA61-49W-4.5W134U24-5345.3%301116-5429.6%4219
1/14/2018NC STATE68-51W-14.5W135U23-4156.1%261523-5641.1%2715
1/18/2018@ GEORGIA TECH64-48W-7.5W116U27-5846.6%29917-4240.5%2818
1/21/2018@ WAKE FOREST59-49W-7.5W128U21-5240.4%321017-4637.0%2912
1/27/2018@ DUKE65-63W3.5W133.5U26-6639.4%31527-5648.2%4416
2/3/2018@ SYRACUSE59-44W-6W114U23-4748.9%351117-5133.3%267
2/7/2018@ FLORIDA ST59-55W-3W131.5U22-5540.0%27618-4540.0%3111
2/10/2018VIRGINIA TECH60-61L-12L127.5U21-6134.4%36422-5143.1%3710
2/13/2018@ MIAMI59-50W-5W121U22-4845.8%321118-4738.3%2411
2/21/2018GEORGIA TECH              
2/24/2018@ PITTSBURGH              
3/1/2018@ LOUISVILLE              
3/3/2018NOTRE DAME              
GEORGIA TECH: Last season: 21-16, lost in final of NIT.
Who's gone: G Josh Heath, F Quinton Stephens, G Corey Heyward, F Christian Matthews, F Kellen McCormick, G/F Jodan Price, F Rand Rowland.
Who's back: G Josh Okogie is coming off a brilliant freshman season in which he averaged 16.1 points and 5.4 rebounds per game. C Ben Lammers (14.2 ppg, 9.2 rpg) and guard Tadric Jackson (12.1 ppg) provide senior leadership. G Justin Moore, who started 18 games, figures to play a much bigger role in his sophomore year.
Who's new: Pastner whiffed on several high-profile prospects but landed four recruits. F Curtis Haywood II, G Jose Alvarado, F Moses Wright and F Evan Cole will all get a shot at significant playing time. Ditto for G Brandon Alston, who came aboard as a graduate transfer after playing two seasons at Lehigh.
The Skinny: After a much-better-than-expected showing in Pastner's first season, the Yellow Jackets return their top three scorers and facing greater expectations. But it may be a little soon to expect a run at the NCAA Tournament. Pastner has yet to land a top-notch recruiting class and said all along that turning Georgia Tech around would be a multi-year process. But at least the Jackets are generating some excitement on campus after a long dry spell.
VIRGINIA: Last season: 23-11, lost to Florida in second round of NCAA Tournament
Who's gone: G London Perrantes, G Marial Shayok (transferred), G Darius Thompson (transferred)
Who's back: G Devon Hall. He's a tri-captain the leading returning scorer (8.4 ppg). G Kyle Guy. He made a splash and became a fan favorite with his outside shooting stroke and man bun. The bun is gone, but the stroke is still there. F Isaiah Wilkins. Another tri-captain, he anchors Bennett's Pack-Line defense.
Who's new: F Jay Huff. He's a stretch four who draws comparisons to the like of Dirk Nowitzki, but will be asked to stay closer to the basket much of the time to help with rebounding. G Nigel Johnson. A speedy point guard who brings speed and a love of playing defense. G De'Andre Hunter. A 6-foot-7 guard who, like Huff, redshirted last year and who is a big-time scorer but may be asked to play some forward too because Virginia needs the size
The Skinny: Virginia is younger and without a go-to guy like Joe Harris, Malcolm Brogdon or Perrantes, but Guy and PG Ty Jerome both demonstrated outside shooting skills last season, Huff's improvement has been hyped throughout the offseason and the ever-present defensive focus always steals a few victories.
No. 1 Virginia aims to lock up No. 1 seed vs. Georgie Tech

With two weeks remaining in the ACC's regular season, No. 1 Virginia has set itself apart from the rest of the pack.

So much in fact, that the Cavaliers can lock up the top seed for next month's conference tournament in Brooklyn, N.Y., with a victory Wednesday night over reeling Georgia Tech.

Virginia (24-2, 13-1 ACC) returns to action after a much-needed week off that allowed some nagging injuries to heal, players to receive a late-season rest and sophomore guard Kyle Guy to get engaged.

Guy's shooting numbers have declined during ACC play but the sharpshooter is still just shy of 40 percent on the season from the 3-point line and leads the Cavaliers in scoring at 15.2 points per game.

"We tried to use the week off to heal up and prepare the right way," Virginia coach Tony Bennett said Monday. "I think the break came at just the right time for us. Everyone got the chance to refresh their bodies and then get back to preparing for Georgia Tech."

Georgia Tech (11-16, 4-10) has fallen on hard times recently, losing five straight and nine of their last 10 games after a 3-1 start in conference play.

The Yellow Jackets' most recent defeat came at the hands of Virginia Tech on Saturday where the Hokies led by as many 30 points in the second half before cruising to a 76-56 victory. Playing short-handed, senior guard Tadric Jackson knows the Jackets can't blame the injury bug.

"We've got to get better in practice every day," Jackson said after the loss to the Hokies. "The guys that got hurt -- we can't do nothing about that. That's life, it happens. As a whole, we have to get better."

Point guard Jose Alvarado was lost to a season-ending elbow injury against Duke on Feb. 11, and senior Ben Lammers has not been the Lammers of last year this season while playing on an injured ankle.

"Obviously we've had other things to deal with," Georgia Tech coach Josh Pastner said. "More than that though, the injury bug has really hurt us. If I had to do it over again, I probably should have sat Ben (Lammers) for two or three weeks when he injured his ankle and let him get fairly healthy."

Lammers is averaging 11.0 points and 8.4 rebounds this season.

Short-handed or not, the Yellow Jackets' season must continue and in a tough way.

Virginia dispatched Georgia Tech in Atlanta by 16 in January and is not showing any signs of slowing down while holding a three-game lead in the conference standings.

"It would be terrific," Bennett said when asked about the chance to clinch the top seed in the ACC Tournament with a win over the Jackets. "With this league and the number of games, it's a tremendous thing to do and to have the chance to do so at this stage is really good."

Last Updated: 12/18/2018 5:45:17 PM EST

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