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CBB : ATS Matchup
Thursday 3/21/2019Line$ LineOU LineScore
OLD DOMINION
 
PURDUE
+12.5  

-12.5  
+600

-950

126.5
 
48
Final
61

OLD DOMINION (26 - 8) vs. PURDUE (23 - 9)
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Thursday, 3/21/2019 9:50 PM
NCAA Tournament - First Round - XL Center - Hartford, CT
Board OpenLatest
759OLD DOMINION129127
760PURDUE-12.5-12.5
ADVANCED TEAM STATS
OLD DOMINION - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games26-8+9.614-2013-2166.230.541.1%38.960.829.639.1%34.0
Road Games12-6+4.45-136-1263.129.139.4%38.461.730.539.1%34.4
Last 5 Games3-2-0.71-40-556.427.836.6%35.458.830.441.5%35.0
OLD DOMINION Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
 PPGHalfFGM-APctFGM-APCTFTM-APctTotOffAstPFStlTOBk
Team Stats (All Games)66.230.524-5841.1%8-2135.3%11-1766.0%391113166125
vs opponents surrendering70.432.825-5843.2%8-2334.2%13-1870.3%36813176133
Team Stats (Road Games)63.129.123-5839.4%7-2233.2%10-1568.1%381011175124
Stats Against (All Games)60.829.621-5439.1%7-2232.5%12-1766.7%34711165122
vs opponents averaging70.633.125-5843.4%7-2233.5%13-1970.0%36813176133
Stats Against (Road Games)61.730.521-5339.1%8-2234.9%12-1964.6%34711155123

PURDUE - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games23-9+0.817-1517-1576.236.744.6%36.866.832.242.1%31.6
Road Games8-9-9.27-1010-773.134.741.2%36.772.534.845.3%33.8
Last 5 Games3-2-5.63-23-274.235.845.6%37.862.431.439.6%30.6
PURDUE Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
 PPGHalfFGM-APctFGM-APCTFTM-APctTotOffAstPFStlTOBk
Team Stats (All Games)76.236.727-6044.6%10-2736.4%13-1873.2%371114176114
vs opponents surrendering68.131.724-5842.3%7-2133.3%12-1770.1%34812186123
Team Stats (Road Games)73.134.726-6241.2%10-2934.3%12-1769.8%371213186103
Stats Against (All Games)66.832.223-5442.1%8-2334.4%13-1873.3%32813175134
vs opponents averaging72.234.126-5844.4%7-2234.3%14-1970.7%36914176124
Stats Against (Road Games)72.534.824-5345.3%9-2437.7%15-2075.3%34714164134
Average power rating of opponents played: OLD DOMINION 73.6,  PURDUE 81.8
SCHEDULE AND RESULTS
OLD DOMINION - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/UShotsPctREBTOShotsPctREBTO
1/31/2019N TEXAS72-61W-4W126.5O25-5347.2%401126-6241.9%3110
2/2/2019RICE80-76W-12L142.5O28-6145.9%401127-6045.0%3310
2/7/2019@ UAB70-59W-1W130.5U26-5844.8%40522-5937.3%356
2/9/2019@ MIDDLE TENN ST55-50W-6.5L131.5U19-5335.8%391119-6031.7%409
2/16/2019CHARLOTTE73-60W-12.5W120O24-5147.1%351518-4639.1%2518
2/23/2019W KENTUCKY67-63W-5L130.5U23-5839.7%361326-5547.3%3216
2/28/2019@ TX-SAN ANTONIO65-64W-2.5L143U25-6041.7%431722-5341.5%2913
3/6/2019SOUTHERN MISS52-59L-6L127U17-5034.0%371423-5541.8%409
3/9/2019@ UAB50-64L-2.5L127U17-5630.4%351120-4940.8%4111
3/14/2019*LOUISIANA TECH57-56W-3.5L125.5U21-5637.5%361122-5242.3%2915
3/15/2019*UAB61-59W-3L123U22-5639.3%36924-5048.0%288
3/16/2019*W KENTUCKY62-56W2.5W123U24-5841.4%331418-5234.6%3714
3/21/2019*PURDUE              

PURDUE - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/UShotsPctREBTOShotsPctREBTO
1/31/2019@ PENN ST99-90W-7.5W138.5O32-5855.2%321024-6139.3%419
2/3/2019MINNESOTA73-63W-11.5L148U29-6147.5%36724-5742.1%3510
2/9/2019NEBRASKA81-62W-13W136.5O27-5350.9%39821-5538.2%248
2/12/2019@ MARYLAND56-70L-2.5L138U20-7128.2%41426-5250.0%4111
2/16/2019PENN ST76-64W-12.5L138.5O22-4252.4%332323-6038.3%2516
2/19/2019@ INDIANA48-46W-6L137.5U19-6031.7%381015-5527.3%4717
2/23/2019@ NEBRASKA75-72W-6L137.5O23-6137.7%48925-6141.0%305
2/27/2019ILLINOIS73-56W-13.5W147.5U27-4955.1%361420-6132.8%2710
3/2/2019OHIO ST86-51W-12W133O33-5955.9%39816-4833.3%279
3/5/2019@ MINNESOTA69-73L-5L140.5O24-6835.3%421221-4942.9%4014
3/9/2019@ NORTHWESTERN70-57W-7W134U23-5641.1%37719-4839.6%2612
3/15/2019*MINNESOTA73-75L-10L138O29-6643.9%35927-5450.0%3310
3/21/2019*OLD DOMINION              
KEY GAME INFORMATION
PURDUE: Last season: 30-7, lost to Texas Tech in regional semifinals of the NCAA Tournament.
Nickname: Boilermakers
Coach: Matt Painter
Conference: Big Ten
Who's gone: Forward Vince Edwards, center Isaac Haas, guard Dakota Mathias, guard P.J. Thompson.
Who's back: Guard Carsen Edwards (18.5 points per game) was the leading scorer on a senior-dominated team and became the lead vote-getter on the preseason All-American team after withdrawing from the NBA draft. Guard Nojel Eastern (2.9 points, 2.5 rebounds) showed steady improvement as a freshman and will try to fill the void left by Vince Edwards. Energetic forward Matt Haarms played dominant defense last season (3.2 rebounds, 2.1 blocks in 17.1 minutes) and has spent the summer refining his offensive moves. Guard Ryan Cline (4.0 ppg) has primarily been used as a 3-point specialist off the bench but should play a bigger role in his final college season.
Who's new: Freshman Eric Hunter Jr. and redshirt freshman Aaron Wheeler are expected to make the biggest impact. Hunter, a 6-foot-3 guard, scored nearly 2,600 points in high school, finished his career as the career scoring leader in Marion County (Indianapolis) and should help add the scoring punch Purdue needs. Wheeler is not the Boilermakers prototypical 6-9 forward. Long and slender, he uses length to his advantage and is more athletic than some of his predecessors.
The Skinny: It won't be the same without the four seniors, but the Boilermakers still have scorers, size, depth and defenders. Painter is too good of a coach to accept a significant drop-off, even after losing so many key players. And with Edwards, perhaps the best player in the Big Ten, leading the way, steady improvement could keep Purdue in the Big Ten title mix again.
Expectations: Las Vegas doesn't expect the Boilermakers to be the same. But they're not completely off the bandwagon, either. They've installed Purdue as a 60-1 shot to win the national title, fourth among conference teams behind only the two Michigan schools and rival Indiana.
PREVIEW
Ailing Edwards eager to lift Purdue past ODU
 

Purdue celebrated a share of the Big Ten regular-season championship before promptly being bounced from the conference tournament.

Despite the early exit, the third-seeded Boilermakers (23-9) aren't lacking in confidence as they begin NCAA Tournament Thursday against 14th-seeded Old Dominion (26-8) in a South Region matchup in Hartford, Conn.

"Winning the championship was fun -- really fun," sophomore point guard Nojel Eastern said. "But I think the Final Four would be even more fun.

"We just try to stay within ourselves, stay within our program, and prove it to ourselves we can get that far."

Purdue has made the NCAA Tournament in five straight years and 11 of 14 under the watch of coach Matt Painter. The Boilermakers have reached the Sweet 16 in back-to-back years, but haven't advanced past that round since 2000.

"As a coach, you keep getting opportunities and they (the players) don't have as many," Painter said, per the Lafayette Journal & Courier. "This is great for (seniors) Ryan Cline and Grady Eifert. They went to four tournaments in four years, but they went to back-to-back Sweet 16s and you want to do better.

"But you all know, it's very fragile. The NCAA tournament's a crap shoot. You a neutral court and everybody's good."

Cline recorded 14 points and eight assists in Purdue's 75-73 setback to Minnesota in the Big Ten tournament quarterfinal clash on Friday.

Junior guard Carsen Edwards misfired on seven of eight attempts from 3-point range, however, and enters the NCAA Tournament with an ailing back.

"I'm just focused on this first game, honestly," said Edwards, who led the Big Ten in scoring at 23.0 points per game.

"I believe in my guys. I believe they're going to give everything they have and coach Painter's going to try to put us in the best position. I'm just focused on the first game and giving everything I have."

Old Dominion provides the opposition and enters the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2011 after winning the Conference USA regular season and tournament championships.

B.J. Stith averages team-best totals in points (16.9) and rebounding (7.5) while fellow senior guard Ahmad Caver has a club-high 5.6 assists to go along with his 16.5 points per game.

"This group worked hard," Monarchs coach Jeff Jones said following Saturday's 62-56 win over Western Kentucky in the Conference USA championship game. "But what they really did was become a team early on. That's a tribute to the leadership of B.J. and Ahmad.

"We're going to enjoy this. It's going to be pretty special. We're absolutely thrilled to have this opportunity."

Jones was visibly emotional after the game, telling reporters that the year has been tough for both personal and professional reasons. Prior to the season, Jones learned that he had a recurrence of prostate cancer.

The Monarchs, who have held their last 10 opponents to fewer than 65 points, are 3-11 all-time in the NCAA Tournament.

The winner advances to face the victor of the contest pitting defending national champion Villanova and 11th-seeded Saint Mary's.

--Field Level Media


Last Updated: 4/21/2019 5:40:52 AM EST


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