Saturday, November 21, 2015
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The New Mexico Lobos travel to Galen Center to play the USC Trojans on Saturday, November 21, 2015. The opening line for this game has USC as 4 point favorites and the over/under has been set at 146.5. The Lobos come into this game with an overall record of 3-0 and a road record of 1-0. The Trojans have an overall record of 2-0 and a home record of 2-0.
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Elijah Brown comes into this contest averaging 17.7 points per game while playing 29.3 minutes per night so far this season for the Lobos. He pulls down 4.7 rebounds per game and dishes out 3.7 assists per game as well. His field goal percentage is 50% while his free throw percentage is currently at 90%. Cullen Neal averages 16.3 points per game in 32.3 minutes per contest this season. He averages 3.3 assists per contest and 3.7 rebounds per game for New Mexico. His field goal percentage is 44% for the year while his free throw percentage is 90%.
Jordan McLaughlin averages 21 points per game while playing 30 minutes per contest this year for the Trojans. He grabs 6 rebounds per game and has 3.5 assists per contest on the year. His field goal percentage is 56% and his free throw percentage currently is at 89%. Elijah Stewart averages 17 points per game this season and he sees the court an average of 29 minutes per contest. He also averages 5.5 rebounds per contest and 1.5 assists per game. His field goal percentage is 65% and his free throw percentage is 63%.
New Mexico averages 81.3 points per contest this season which ranks them 79th in the nation. Their average scoring margin is 20.7 and their shooting percentage is 55% as a team which has them ranked 10th. Behind the arc they shoot 36% which is good for 123rd in the country. They average 36.7 rebounds per game and 14.3 assists per game which ranks them 181st and 111th in those offensive categories. In the turnover department they rank 197th with 13.7 per game. The Lobos allow 60.7 points per game to their opponents which ranks them 46th in the nation. They also allow a 36% shooting percentage and a 26% average from behind the arc ranking them 53rd and 61st in those defensive categories. Opponents average 27.7 rebounds a game which ranks 25th and they give up 9.3 assists per contest which puts them in 57th place in the country. They force 12.7 turnovers per game which ranks them 190th in the Division 1.
USC averages 92 points per game this year which ranks them 17th in Division 1 college basketball. Their average scoring margin is 24.5 and their shooting percentage is 49% as a team which has them sitting in the 45th spot in the country. Behind the arc they shoot 32% which is good for 190th in the nation. They average 48.5 rebounds per game and 14.5 assists per contest which ranks them 12th and 106th respectively. In the turnover department the Trojans rank 132nd with 12 per game. The Trojans allow 67.5 points per game to their opponents which ranks them 107th in the country. They also allow a 35% shooting percentage and a 28% average from behind the arc ranking them 44th and 101st in those defensive statistics. Opponents average 36.5 rebounds a game which ranks 161st and they give up 9.5 assists per contest which puts them in 58th place in the nation. The Trojans force 12.5 turnovers per game which ranks them 207th in college basketball.
New Mexico Lobos Betting Trends
The New Mexico Lobos are 1-0 against the spread
The New Mexico Lobos are 0-1 against the over/under
USC Trojans Betting Trends
The USC Trojans are 0-0 against the spread
The USC Trojans are 0-0 against the over/under
New Mexico Lobos Injuries
11/17/15 F Devon Williams Neck out for season
USC Trojans Injuries
No key injuries to report
Josh's Pick: Take New Mexico
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