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CBB : ATS Matchup
Thursday 3/14/2019Line$ LineOU LineScore
TEXAS
 
KANSAS
+3  

-3  
+135

-155

136
 
57
Final
65

TEXAS (16 - 15) vs. KANSAS (23 - 8)
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Thursday, 3/14/2019 9:30 PM
Big 12 Conference Tournament - Quarterfinals - Kansas City, MO
Board OpenLatest
727TEXAS137.5137.5
728KANSAS-2.5-2.5
ADVANCED TEAM STATS
TEXAS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games16-15-10.615-1613-1871.234.743.6%33.867.131.643.0%34.4
Road Games4-9-4.47-65-870.833.841.9%32.871.534.644.7%37.6
Last 5 Games1-4-53-23-268.631.242.6%28.272.232.847.6%35.8
Conference Games8-10-5.410-88-1068.331.944.0%32.066.130.444.1%32.8
TEXAS Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
 PPGHalfFGM-APctFGM-APCTFTM-APctTotOffAstPFStlTOBk
Team Stats (All Games)71.234.725-5843.6%9-2534.1%12-1771.3%34913176114
vs opponents surrendering69.232.624-5842.0%8-2333.5%13-1870.1%34913186133
Team Stats (Road Games)70.833.825-6041.9%10-2735.6%11-1571.6%33913197114
Stats Against (All Games)67.131.624-5643.0%8-2136.7%12-1768.9%34811165133
vs opponents averaging73.934.926-5844.8%8-2335.0%14-1970.4%37914177134
Stats Against (Road Games)71.534.625-5644.7%9-2042.7%13-1969.2%38914156144

KANSAS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games23-8+5.212-1819-1275.635.046.4%37.770.132.240.7%35.7
Road Games7-8-3.84-108-771.332.043.8%37.174.733.743.2%36.0
Last 5 Games3-2+0.81-44-168.829.241.8%37.871.635.843.7%33.8
Conference Games12-6+3.86-1110-872.333.845.4%36.670.331.841.5%34.9
KANSAS Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
 PPGHalfFGM-APctFGM-APCTFTM-APctTotOffAstPFStlTOBk
Team Stats (All Games)75.635.027-5946.4%7-2135.5%14-2069.5%38913177134
vs opponents surrendering6831.924-5741.9%7-2233.6%13-1870.0%34912186133
Team Stats (Road Games)71.332.025-5843.8%7-2134.4%13-1970.2%37912186154
Stats Against (All Games)70.132.225-6140.7%9-2633.8%12-1768.8%361013176143
vs opponents averaging73.83526-5845.2%8-2335.0%14-2070.4%36914176134
Stats Against (Road Games)74.733.727-6143.2%10-2538.4%12-1866.5%36916177134
Average power rating of opponents played: TEXAS 84,  KANSAS 85.3
SCHEDULE AND RESULTS
TEXAS - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/UShotsPctREBTOShotsPctREBTO
1/23/2019@ TCU61-65L3L137.5U24-5841.4%331724-5940.7%4215
1/26/2019@ GEORGIA88-98L-4.5L135O33-6848.5%221532-4866.7%3626
1/29/2019KANSAS73-63W-1W141U21-5042.0%311222-5143.1%2713
2/2/2019@ IOWA ST60-65L8W139.5U22-5639.3%341323-5442.6%3310
2/6/2019BAYLOR84-72W-2.5W134O27-4955.1%29928-5749.1%2914
2/9/2019@ W VIRGINIA75-53W-4W141U29-6445.3%42818-5135.3%3411
2/12/2019KANSAS ST64-71L-3L122O21-4744.7%291228-5154.9%269
2/16/2019OKLAHOMA ST69-57W-10.5W130U23-4748.9%341120-5337.7%299
2/23/2019@ OKLAHOMA67-69L4W130.5O25-6141.0%31828-5848.3%399
2/27/2019@ BAYLOR83-84L4.5W135O31-6250.0%291326-6241.9%4211
3/2/2019IOWA ST86-69W0W140.5O29-5354.7%26825-5545.5%3010
3/4/2019@ TEXAS TECH51-70L7.5L130U16-5429.6%31925-5050.0%337
3/9/2019TCU56-69L-7L138U22-5937.3%24927-5054.0%3515
3/14/2019*KANSAS              

KANSAS - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/UShotsPctREBTOShotsPctREBTO
1/26/2019@ KENTUCKY63-71L6L145.5U23-6336.5%36825-6439.1%4911
1/29/2019@ TEXAS63-73L1L141U22-5143.1%271321-5042.0%3112
2/2/2019TEXAS TECH79-63W-4.5W134.5O27-5945.8%391322-6434.4%4211
2/5/2019@ KANSAS ST67-74L3L134O24-5246.2%362325-5843.1%3012
2/9/2019OKLAHOMA ST84-72W-10.5W137.5O31-6250.0%38824-5543.6%278
2/11/2019@ TCU82-77W2.5W147.5O28-6841.2%491527-7138.0%4313
2/16/2019W VIRGINIA78-53W-14.5W144U28-5352.8%311920-5933.9%3624
2/23/2019@ TEXAS TECH62-91L4.5L135O22-4845.8%231334-5660.7%308
2/25/2019KANSAS ST64-49W-4.5W135U21-5339.6%411018-5731.6%3112
3/2/2019@ OKLAHOMA ST72-67W-6.5L137.5O22-5639.3%411527-6342.9%3413
3/5/2019@ OKLAHOMA68-81L-2L143O27-6640.9%411528-5749.1%319
3/9/2019BAYLOR78-70W-8.5L140O26-5944.1%431224-6735.8%4313
3/14/2019*TEXAS              
KEY GAME INFORMATION
TEXAS: Last season: 19-15, lost in first round of NCAA Tournament
Nickname: Longhorns
Coach: Shaka Smart
Conference: Big 12
Who's gone: Center Mo Bamba (NBA)
Who's back: Guard Kerwin Roach returned for his senior season and is Texas' best two-way player. He averages 12.3 points and consistently draws the toughest defensive assignment. Senior forward Dylan Osetkowski averaged 13.4 points and 7.2 rebounds. Andrew Jones returned to the team as he continues to get treatment and recover from last season's leukemia diagnosis but whether he will play is undecided. Just his appearance on the bench will be an inspiration.
Who's new: Junior guard Elijah Mitrou-Long transferred from Mount St. Mary's, where he averaged 10.7 points and was a 37 percent 3-point shooter.
The Skinny: Smart got Texas winning again but the Longhorns still couldn't make any noise in the postseason with another first-round NCAA Tournament loss. Smart is 50-50 heading into his fourth season at Texas.
Expectations: Texas is expected to be one of the top six teams in the Big 12, which should be good enough for another NCAA Tournament berth.
KANSAS: Last season: 31-8, lost to Villanova in Final Four
Nickname: Jayhawks
Coach: Bill Self
Conference: Big 12
Who's gone: PG Devonte Graham (NBA), PG Malik Newman (NBA), SG Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk (NBA), SG Clay Young, SF Sam Cunliffe (transfer to Evansville).
Who's back: SG Marcus Garrett averaged 4.1 points as a freshman last season; PF Silvio De Sousa joined Jayhawks at semester last season, providing crucial depth but he is out indefinitely amid eligibility questions; SG LaGerald Vick declared for NBA draft but returned to Kansas; C Udoka Azubuike averaged 13 points and seven boards last season; PF Mitch Lightfoot provided energy and depth inside.
Who's new: PG Charlie Moore transferred from California, where he averaged 12.2 points as a freshman; Twin brothers PF Dedric Lawson and SF K.J. Lawson transferred from Memphis, where Dedric averaged 19.2 points and 9.9 rebounds as a sophomore and K.J. averaged 12.3 points and 8.1 rebounds as a freshman; PG Quentin Grimes is a five-star prospect from The Woodlands, Texas; SG Devon Dotson is a five-star prospect from Charlotte, North Carolina; C David McCormack is a 6-foot-9 forward from Oak Hill Academy in Mouth of Wilson, Virginia; SG Ochai Agbaji is a potential redshirt candidate from Kansas City, Missouri.
The Skinny: The Jayhawks lost their top three scorers from last season and could be even better this year. Dedric Lawson was often the best player on the floor in practice last year but had to redshirt alongside Moore and his brother, K.J. Those three should give the Jayhawks some veteran leadership alongside a handful of holdovers, headlined by Azubuike and Vick, and a recruiting class that was ranked in the top 10 nationally.
Expectations: Las Vegas oddsmakers have Kansas at 17-2 to win the NCAA Tournament, the fourth-best odds behind Duke (5-1), Kentucky (11-2) and Gonzaga (15-2).
PREVIEW
Kansas faces Texas with something to prove in postseason
 

As far as Big 12 basketball goes, Kansas is not a favorite for once.

The No. 17 Jayhawks (23-8), whose NCAA-record string of 14 consecutive conference championships was snapped, get a mulligan this week in the Big 12 Tournament, which started Wednesday in Kansas City, Mo.

Kansas, the defending champion and 10-time winner of the tournament, was seeded third, its lowest position in the Big 12 bracket since Bill Self's first year as coach in 2003-04. It opens against Texas (16-15) in the last quarterfinal game Thursday.

While examining the Jayhawks, who have won the Big 12 Tournament crown 11 times, Self realizes the postseason is a time for freshmen to show growth. Four freshmen start in the Kansas lineup, the most ever used by the 16th-year coach.

The other starter, Memphis transfer Dedric Lawson, is a junior who led the Big 12 in scoring (19.1) and rebounding (10.6) in his debut season in the league. The last player to lead the Big 12 in both categories was Oklahoma's Blake Griffin in 2008-09.

"I think we have to grow up and play beyond our years a little bit," said Self, whose team was the preseason No. 1 and was also ranked in that position for three weeks in December after getting off to a 10-0 start. During that streak, Kansas lost center Udoka Azubuike to a season-ending wrist injury.

"When you say how do we do it (win), how did we do it in a number of particular games throughout the season?" Self said. "We have been bad away from home on the road, but the other 20 games on the season, we haven't been that bad."

Although Sprint Center is considered a neutral floor, the nearby location in Kansas City provides a homecourt atmosphere whenever Kansas plays and could fuel the young Jayhawks.

Self hopes any such spark carries over to both ends.

"We need to have some guys step up and make some shots. We've shown we're capable of doing that," he said. "But the other things is we've had too many games where other people had career nights against us shooting the ball, and that's what we've got to eliminate. We've got to make other people play poorly."

Texas is in jeopardy of missing out on the NCAA Tournament for the second time in Shaka Smart's four seasons as coach. Smart reinstated senior guard Kerwin Roach following a five-game suspension for an unspecified violation of team rules. Roach averages 15 points.

The Longhorns lost four of five to close out the regular season. They split their season series against Kansas. Forward Jaxson Hayes is coming off a career-best 19 points in a loss to TCU and was named the Big 12 freshman of the year by the league coaches.

Although dissatisfaction with Smart has become noticeable, his contract is fully guaranteed for four more seasons and $12.9 million. Smart previously guided VCU to the 2011 Final Four but stands 61-59 at Texas.

"Obviously, we haven't had the results we wanted to have," Smart told the San Antonio Express-News. "And that's a huge part of the reason we're here."

--Field Level Media


Last Updated: 5/25/2019 12:01:54 AM EST


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