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USC (16 - 16) vs. WASHINGTON (24 - 7)
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Thursday, 3/14/2019 3:00 PM
Pac 12 Conference Tournament - Quarterfinals - Las Vegas, NV
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USC - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games16-16-10.214-1815-1776.334.646.0%35.872.933.242.4%38.0
Road Games4-11-104-1111-476.434.944.7%33.981.335.547.0%38.4
Last 5 Games1-4-3.41-43-273.835.644.9%
Conference Games9-10-3.98-119-1074.334.146.0%34.572.432.743.2%37.9
USC Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)76.334.628-6246.0%8-2238.1%11-1764.1%36916186123
vs opponents surrendering70.933.125-5743.5%8-2234.2%13-1969.6%34813196133
Team Stats (Road Games)76.434.928-6244.7%9-2340.3%12-1866.8%34915205133
Stats Against (All Games)72.933.226-6242.4%8-2432.9%13-1968.6%381014176133
vs opponents averaging72.733.726-5744.7%7-2234.3%14-2070.1%35913186134
Stats Against (Road Games)81.335.529-6147.0%9-2437.1%15-2170.8%38916176134

WASHINGTON - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games24-7+5.916-1410-2170.432.545.7%
Road Games9-6-2.97-85-1069.933.246.3%30.369.033.543.8%34.5
Last 5 Games3-2-6.71-42-365.431.843.8%28.064.630.845.4%34.8
Conference Games15-3+3.112-66-1269.834.046.6%29.862.329.843.1%32.9
WASHINGTON Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)70.432.525-5445.7%7-2134.7%14-1970.1%32812189136
vs opponents surrendering70.732.725-5843.4%8-2234.0%13-1969.5%34813186133
Team Stats (Road Games)69.933.225-5346.3%8-2136.3%13-1868.5%30812198145
Stats Against (All Games)64.031.223-5441.4%6-1932.8%13-1969.0%341013196162
vs opponents averaging73.734.326-5745.3%8-2234.8%14-2071.2%36914186134
Stats Against (Road Games)69.033.524-5543.8%7-1934.3%14-2170.1%351114186152
Average power rating of opponents played: USC 78,  WASHINGTON 78.5
USC - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
1/26/2019ARIZONA ST69-67W-1W152U25-6041.7%351019-6230.6%4915
1/30/2019@ WASHINGTON62-75L7L141.5U22-5440.7%281826-5844.8%4019
2/2/2019@ WASHINGTON ST93-84W-6W156O33-5658.9%371429-6942.0%329
2/13/2019@ STANFORD76-79L1.5L147O26-5448.1%361531-6746.3%3612
2/16/2019@ CALIFORNIA89-66W-6.5W147O30-5752.6%421426-6540.0%3410
2/23/2019OREGON ST62-67L-2.5L144.5U27-6144.3%331123-5541.8%3613
2/28/2019@ UCLA88-93L3.5L157O34-8639.5%44332-6747.8%5510
3/7/2019@ UTAH74-83L4L150O30-5455.6%231131-5952.5%3212
3/9/2019@ COLORADO67-78L8L145.5U26-6440.6%311128-5749.1%408

WASHINGTON - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
1/24/2019@ OREGON61-56W2.5W132U22-4055.0%211921-4546.7%2219
1/26/2019@ OREGON ST79-69W3W137O28-4858.3%261222-5044.0%3215
2/7/2019@ ARIZONA67-60W2W134.5U25-4951.0%291920-5337.7%3220
2/9/2019@ ARIZONA ST63-75L2L139.5U21-5736.8%231729-4761.7%4024
2/16/2019@ WASHINGTON ST72-70W-7.5L144U29-6147.5%271024-4949.0%3319
2/28/2019@ CALIFORNIA73-76L-11.5L134.5O27-5549.1%261130-5455.6%2911
3/3/2019@ STANFORD62-61W-2L137.5U23-5740.4%301420-5040.0%3819
3/6/2019OREGON ST81-76W-6.5L132O27-5054.0%281226-5646.4%3115
USC: Last season: 24-12.
Nickname: Trojans.
Coach: Andy Enfield.
Conference: Pac-12.
Who's gone: Guard Jordan McLaughlin, forward Chimezie Metu (NBA), guard Elijah Stewart.
Who's back: Forward Bennie Boatwright can reclaim the spotlight if he stays injury free. He was averaging 13.6 points, 6.4 rebounds and 2.0 assists when he went down with a season-ending left knee injury in February. He had surgery in April and was sidelined for most of the summer. He also missed two months of his sophomore season with a sprained knee. Boatwright figures to be more of a playmaker without McLaughlin. G Charles O'Bannon Jr. had a quiet freshman season, but he could become a factor with Metu gone. In the backcourt, guard Derryck Thornton averaged 14.2 points in 25 games last season and guard Jonah Mathews averaged 42 percent from 3-point range.
Who's new: Guard Kevin Porter Jr. could crack the starting lineup after averaging 27 points and 14 rebounds as a high school senior in Seattle. He created a buzz at last summer's Nike Hoop Summit. Forward J'Raan Brooks recommitted to USC after the FBI investigation that led to the arrest and firing of associate head coach Tony Bland. Guard Elijah Weaver is expected to take over some of the ball-handling duties with McLaughlin's departure.
The Skinny: The Trojans have the talent to record a fourth straight 20-win season, with a mix of veterans and Enfield's highest-rated recruiting class since he arrived six years ago. They improved their nonconference schedule (Nevada, Oklahoma and TCU), which could help them keep from getting snubbed by the NCAA selection committee again.
Expectations: Las Vegas oddsmakers have USC as a 225-1 shot to win the NCAA Tournament. The Trojans missed out on a third straight appearance last March as the highest-ranked major conference team ever left out of a 68-team field.
WASHINGTON: Last season: 21-13, reached second round of NIT.
Nickname: Huskies.
Coach: Mike Hopkins.
Conference: Pac-12.
Who's gone: Carlos Johnson and Michael Carter III were reserves off the bench who transferred.
Who's back: Everyone else. The Huskies return five starters and the vast majority of their scoring from last season's surprising first campaign under Hopkins. Jaylen Nowell (16.0 ppg), Matisse Thybulle (11.2 ppg) and David Crisp (11.6 ppg) return in the backcourt, with Noah Dickerson (15.5 ppg) and Sam Timmins up front. It's a formidable starting five, but the difference for Washington this year will be the depth behind them. Senior Dominic Green and sophomores Hameir Wright and Nahziah Carter will likely be the first three off the bench, bu the Huskies expect significant contributions from freshmen 7-footer Bryan Penn-Johnson and 6-foot-10 Nate Roberts in the front court. There is good reason the Huskies were a preseason Top 25 team.
Who's new: Penn-Johnson and Roberts may be the most important additions, but the Huskies also have 7-4 freshman Riley Sorn and 6-6 guard Jamal Bey who could be contributors right away.
The Skinny: The Huskies haven't reached the NCAA Tournament since 2011. They were in the discussion last season into February before a late fade landed them in the NIT. The Huskies should be able to finally snap the tournament drought if they can survive a challenging nonconference schedule that includes Auburn, Minnesota, Gonzaga and Virginia Tech.
Expectations: Las Vegas oddsmakers have Washington as 175-1 longshots to win the national championship, sandwiched between Marquette (150-1), and Minnesota and Nebraska (200-1).

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