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CBB : ATS Matchup
Tuesday 11/21/2017Line$ LineOU LineScore




MARQUETTE (2 - 1) vs. WICHITA ST (3 - 0)
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Tuesday, 11/21/2017 1:30 PM
MAUI INVITATIONAL - Round 2 - Lahaina Civic Center - Maui, HI
Board OpenLatest
732WICHITA ST-9.5-11
MARQUETTE - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games2-101-11-181.741.047.8%32.776.034.348.6%30.3
Road Games1-0+11-01-
Last 5 Games2-101-11-181.741.047.8%32.776.034.348.6%30.3
MARQUETTE Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)81.741.029-6047.8%10-2835.7%14-1879.6%33915177134
vs opponents surrendering76.838.229-6444.6%9-2435.4%11-1570.7%361015176133
Team Stats (Road Games)94.045.034-6651.5%13-3636.1%13-1776.5%401518186177
Stats Against (All Games)76.034.328-5848.6%7-2231.8%12-1869.8%30615185143
vs opponents averaging8542.831-6448.8%10-2637.3%13-1870.7%36918176124
Stats Against (Road Games)83.044.030-6844.1%10-2638.5%13-1968.4%33913197152

WICHITA ST - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games3-001-12-
Road Games1-000-11-
Last 5 Games3-001-12-
WICHITA ST Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)94.049.032-6549.7%9-2337.7%21-2777.5%481219196136
vs opponents surrendering74.333.626-6044.0%8-2136.1%14-2070.8%391014225164
Team Stats (Road Games)92.038.030-7341.1%6-2524.0%26-3574.3%4821131911135
Stats Against (All Games)67.330.721-5935.4%8-2236.9%17-2375.4%3067226145
vs opponents averaging72.832.524-5840.4%7-2033.9%19-2672.7%35810207144
Stats Against (Road Games)82.047.026-6241.9%10-1952.6%20-2387.0%371012286197
Average power rating of opponents played: MARQUETTE 80.7,  WICHITA ST 76
MARQUETTE - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
11/10/2017MOUNT ST MARYS80-59W - -29-5750.9%351123-5145.1%2416
11/20/2017*VA COMMONWEALTH94-83W-2.5W166.5O34-6651.5%401730-6844.1%3315
11/21/2017*WICHITA ST              
11/27/2017E ILLINOIS              
11/29/2017CHICAGO ST              
12/9/2017@ WISCONSIN              

WICHITA ST - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
11/10/2017MISSOURI-KC109-57W - -39-6460.9%511418-6527.7%2614
11/13/2017COLL OF CHARLESTON81-63W-17W142O28-5848.3%441119-5137.3%2710
11/28/2017SAVANNAH ST              
12/2/2017@ BAYLOR              
12/5/2017S DAKOTA ST              
12/9/2017@ OKLAHOMA ST              
MARQUETTE: Last season: 19-13, lost to South Carolina in first round of NCAA Tournament.
Who's gone: Team will miss post presence and leadership of C Luke Fischer (10.9 points, 5.9 rebounds). Second-leading scorer and fellow senior starter Jajuan Johnson (12.0 points) is gone too, along with G Katin Reinhardt, who scored 10.8 points off the bench. G Duane Wilson (4.8 points) transferred to Texas A&M.
Who's back: Gs Markus Howard (13.2 points) and Andrew Rowsey (11.6 points) might be one of the best shooting backcourts in the country from the 3-point line. Howard led the nation in 3-point shooting (54 percent) as a freshman. F Sam Hauser (8.8 points, 5.0 rebounds) showed impressive poise as a freshman. F Haanif Cheatham (8.7 points) is a full go again following a preseason shoulder injury. C Matt Heldt (2.3 points, 2.9 rebounds) must step up with Fischer gone.
Who's new: Marquette adds four freshmen, including three forwards at least 6-foot-7 or taller. Six-eleven C Harry Froling, a transfer from SMU, is eligible in mid-December, while sophomore swingman Sacar Anim returns after redshirting last year. Wojciechowski will eventually have more length on defense after playing much of last season with four guards surrounding Fischer.
The Skinny: A former point guard, Wojciechowski is looking for Howard to become a more all-around player, which should be important since defenses won't sleep on his 3-point prowess. Establishing a post presence to complement the shooters will be important. A return to NCAAs may depend on whether the added length helps tighten the defense.
WICHITA ST: Last season: 31-5, lost in second round of NCAA Tournament
Who's gone: G Daishon Smith, F Zach Bush
Who's back: F Markis McDuffie averaged 11.5 points and team-best 5.7 rebounds last season; G Landry Shamet averaged 11.4 points and team-best 3.3 assists; F Darryl Willis and F Shaq Morris both averaged nearly 10 points and 5 rebounds; G Conner Frankamp averaged 8.9 points while shooting 44 percent from 3-point range; Backups returning this season include F Rashard Kelly, F Austin Reaves and G C.J. Keyser.
Who's new: C Asbjorn Midtgaard is a 7-foot-1, 265 pound prospect from Denmark; G Rodgerick Brown was a three-star recruit out of Tennessee.
The Skinny: The Shockers return almost their entire team intact after going 31-5 last season, making them a trendy pick to not only win the ACC in their debut season but perhaps crash the Final Four. Their success could be based on the health of McDuffie and Shamet, both of whom will miss the start of the season with foot injuries. Shockers coach Gregg Marshall is hopeful they will be back on the floor when league play begins.
No. 6 Wichita State vows not to overlook Marquette

Wichita State coach Gregg Marshall didn't mix words after his team's opening game against California in the Maui Invitational.

The sixth-ranked Shockers weren't ready.

"This is the best team we've played. I needed something to get us ready for this, and I didn't do a very good job of scheduling early," Marshall said late Monday night, after Wichita State rallied from 18 down in the second half to beat Cal 92-82. "Now that we've seen a taste of what big-boy basketball is like, we'll see what we can do against Marquette tomorrow."

Marquette also had a tough test in its opening game in the tournament. The Golden Eagles (2-1) broke open a close game against VCU in the second half and pulled away down the stretch for a 94-83 win in Lahaina, Hawaii.

Markus Howard scored 18 of his 22 points in the second half, and Andrew Rowsey and Sam Hauser added 20 points apiece for the Golden Eagles.

"We beat an outstanding basketball team," Marquette coach Steve Wojciechowski said. "They put incredible pressure on you for 40 minutes. I thought early in the game, their full-court press really knocked us back. Obviously, we were able to force some turnovers. When you give them turnovers, it sets their defense, and that hurt us."

Wichita State used its press to get back in the game against Cal. The Shockers forced 19 turnovers, most coming in the second half after Marshall went to a full-court trap.

Shaquille Morris and Landry Shamet combined to score 48 points for the Shockers, who returned all five starters from last year's NCAA Tournament team but looked as if they were on the ropes against Cal. Morris scored 18 of his 25 points in the second half, and Shamet hit all four of his 3-point attempts to help fuel the comeback against the Bears.

Shamet finished with 23 points, hitting 8 of 10 shots from the floor overall. Morris sank 10 of 16 field-goal attempts, but the other three Wichita State starters combined to shoot 3 of 23.

Still, the Golden Eagles are wary of the Shockers.

"Gregg (Marshall) has built an elite-level program," Wojciechowski said. "I think at this time of the season, because of their experience, they're as good as any team in the United States. So ... it will be an incredible test for our young team. But that's why you come to tournaments like this, to be able to challenge yourself against the best.

"They're very experienced, and we have one senior and nine freshmen and sophomores. ... As a competitor, that's what you want. I mean, that's what you want. So I would hope that's the mindset our young men."

Marshall is hoping his team got a little bit of a wake-up call against the Bears and can put together a more complete performance against the Golden Eagles.

"Well, it should be a great game," Marshall said. "I know they're going to play hard. They've got some really good sharpshooters. I watched most of the first half before we came over and watched some of the second half. ... I'm anticipating a really good game."

Last Updated: 12/15/2018 6:03:07 AM EST

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