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CBB : ATS Matchup
Friday 3/21/2014Line$ LineOU LineScore



COASTAL CAROLINA (21 - 12) vs. VIRGINIA (28 - 6)
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Friday, 3/21/2014 9:25 PM
NCAA Tournament - Second Round - PNC Arena - Raleigh, NC
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COASTAL CAROLINA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games21-12+2.44-11-272.732.243.8%39.668.432.640.0%34.7
Road Games6-700-00-069.532.143.5%35.373.237.441.9%34.9
Last 5 Games5-0+33-01-169.628.640.3%45.460.627.435.1%35.6
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)72.732.225-5843.8%6-1833.3%16-2369.4%401111206143
vs opponents surrendering74.73526-5845.0%7-1935.5%15-2269.8%371013186134
Team Stats (Road Games)69.532.124-5643.5%6-1736.9%15-2169.9%35910226143
Stats Against (All Games)68.432.623-5740.0%8-2431.8%15-2168.9%35912197134
vs opponents averaging71.93425-5843.2%7-2134.3%14-2169.9%351013196134
Stats Against (Road Games)73.237.423-5641.9%9-2634.1%17-2471.1%35913187135

VIRGINIA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games28-6+14.719-1012-1565.931.045.2%35.655.325.738.5%29.3
Road Games13-4+9.111-57-865.430.144.1%34.259.428.540.5%29.5
Last 5 Games4-1+2.43-13-266.229.645.4%33.258.627.639.9%30.4
VIRGINIA Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)65.931.023-5145.2%5-1536.5%14-2266.3%36913165104
vs opponents surrendering66.630.723-5542.2%6-1833.6%14-2169.4%33912196123
Team Stats (Road Games)65.430.123-5144.1%5-1535.7%15-2269.5%341011175104
Stats Against (All Games)55.325.719-5138.5%5-1731.9%11-1666.9%29710185113
vs opponents averaging70.432.924-5544.6%6-1834.9%15-2269.5%351013186124
Stats Against (Road Games)59.428.520-5040.5%6-1638.8%13-1870.3%29811196114
Average power rating of opponents played: COASTAL CAROLINA 65.2,  VIRGINIA 77.7
 Team StatsOpp Stats
2/1/2014@ CAMPBELL61-58W - -24-6636.4%42718-4837.5%3514
2/5/2014HIGH POINT74-77L - -29-5552.7%291827-5549.1%2516
2/8/2014LONGWOOD67-58W - -23-5343.4%451620-6132.8%336
2/12/2014@ VMI83-78W - -29-6942.0%43326-6341.3%429
2/15/2014GARDNER WEBB75-60W - -25-4456.8%311620-5933.9%3315
2/19/2014@ WINTHROP65-75L - -19-3948.7%261823-5145.1%3214
2/22/2014@ UNC-ASHEVILLE85-100L - -26-6043.3%351928-5749.1%4013
2/26/2014PRESBYTERIAN70-51W - -29-7140.8%46620-5238.5%3413
3/1/2014CHARLESTON SO63-61W - -22-5937.3%381220-5040.0%3714
3/7/2014CHARLESTON SO73-68W-3W143U22-7628.9%591525-6737.3%4112
3/8/2014VMI66-62W-2.5W -24-5642.9%481617-6028.3%359

VIRGINIA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
2/2/2014@ PITTSBURGH48-45W4.5W123U19-4740.4%33915-4731.9%328
2/5/2014BOSTON COLLEGE77-67W-13L124O27-5648.2%40624-4949.0%277
2/8/2014@ GEORGIA TECH64-45W-8W122U21-5339.6%461018-4936.7%2511
2/15/2014@ CLEMSON63-58W-4.5W109.5O23-4847.9%33918-4242.9%205
2/18/2014@ VIRGINIA TECH57-53W-11L120U20-5139.2%28719-4344.2%2914
2/22/2014NOTRE DAME70-49W-11.5W124U28-4463.6%31821-5438.9%236
3/9/2014@ MARYLAND69-75L-3.5L124O22-5738.6%30823-4847.9%3512
3/14/2014*FLORIDA ST64-51W-8.5W123.5U23-4847.9%311120-4742.6%2515
3/21/2014*COASTAL CAROLINA              
VIRGINIA: Tony Bennett's slow style of play and defensive coaching style make the Cavaliers a frustrating opponent for any team, and this season's team may finally have the right combination of talent to really make a run. Led by returning seniors Joe Harris (16.3 PPG, 4.0 RPG) and Akil Mitchell (13.1 PPG, 8.9 RPG), this team has a savvy veteran presence. The team's only loss, point guard Jontel Evans, should easily be replaced by incoming freshman Devon Hall who is already a deft passer. And with Evan Nolte (39% 3-pt FG) on the perimeter and getting more touches and an improved Mike Tobey (6.8 PPG in 13.9 MPG) manning the post, the offense should be more potent than last season when the Cavs scored just 64.2 PPG (11th in ACC).
Here are five things to watch in Friday's Coastal Carolina-Virginia game:

CHASING HISTORY: No 16th-seeded team has ever upset a No. 1 seed, a fact that Ellis and his players were asked about during Thursday's pregame news conferences. Ellis said he's told his team to focus on every possession and not to get caught looking back at what went wrong if Virginia pushes to a lead or looking ahead if it's a tight game. "Somebody's going to do it," Ellis said. "So let's make a point of doing everything we can to be the ones that do it."

SPURTPROOF CAVS: Everything has started with defense for the Cavaliers, who ranked ninth nationally in field-goal percentage defense. Throw in a patient offense that can force opponents until deep into the shot clock, and it's difficult to speed up Virginia or put together spurts to control the game's flow. Overall, Virginia is giving up a national-best 55.3 points per game.

REBOUNDING: Virginia is 22-3 this year when outrebounding its opponent and rank among the national leaders in rebounding margin, so the Chanticleers will have to figure out a way to battle on the glass. Coastal Carolina outrebounded its opponents by a combined 36 in its three-game run to the Big South Conference tournament championship, though keeping Virginia off the boards will be a completely different task.

GILL'S EMERGENCE: Gill, a 6-foot-8 transfer from South Carolina, can play a big role in determining how far Virginia goes - if he can keep up his strong play from the ACC tournament. He's averaging 8.4 points and 3.9 rebounds this year, but provided extra bench production by averaging 12.7 points and 5.7 rebounds during the three ACC tournament games. "He brings another dimension to our team that we didn't have," coach Tony Bennett said.

PERIMETER PUNCH: Coastal Carolina needs a huge game from its three-guard lineup of Elijah Wilson, Warren Gillis and Josh Cameron. Wilson averages a team-high 16.1 points, Gillis averages 14.8 and Cameron 14.1, while Gillis and Cameron each shoot about 38 percent from 3-point range. "We feel confident as a team that we're better than a 16 seed," Cameron said.


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