Saturday, November 28, 2015
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The New Mexico State Aggies travel to Clune Arena to play the Air Force Falcons on Saturday, November 28, 2015. The opening line for this game has Air Force as 3.5 point favorites and the over/under has been set at 144. The Aggies come into this game with an overall record of 4-1 and a road record of 0-0. The Falcons have an overall record of 3-2 and a home record of 3-0.
Pascal Siakam comes into this contest averaging 26.6 points per game while playing 35.4 minutes per night so far this season for the Aggies. He pulls down 11.6 rebounds per game and dishes out 1.6 assists per game as well. His field goal percentage is 62% while his free throw percentage is currently at 69%. Ian Baker averages 13.6 points per game in 32.6 minutes per contest this season. He averages 3.4 assists per contest and 3.6 rebounds per game for New Mexico State. His field goal percentage is 42% for the year while his free throw percentage is 92%.
Hayden Graham averages 15 points per game while playing 36.2 minutes per contest this year for the Falcons. He grabs 9 rebounds per game and has 4.2 assists per contest on the year. His field goal percentage is 54% and his free throw percentage currently is at 59%. Trevor Lyons averages 14.6 points per game this season and he sees the court an average of 34 minutes per contest. He also averages 4.2 rebounds per contest and 3 assists per game. His field goal percentage is 44% and his free throw percentage is 70%.
New Mexico State averages 81.4 points per contest this season which ranks them 58th in the nation. Their average scoring margin is 15 and their shooting percentage is 50% as a team which has them ranked 26th. Behind the arc they shoot 35% which is good for 148th in the country. They average 45.2 rebounds per game and 15 assists per game which ranks them 22nd and 94th in those offensive categories. In the turnover department they rank 215th with 13.8 per game. The Aggies allow 66.4 points per game to their opponents which ranks them 81st in the nation. They also allow a 38% shooting percentage and a 30% average from behind the arc ranking them 53rd and 96th in those defensive categories. Opponents average 31 rebounds a game which ranks 31st and they give up 8 assists per contest which puts them in 10th place in the country. They force 10.4 turnovers per game which ranks them 313th in the Division 1.
Air Force averages 70.8 points per game this year which ranks them 213th in Division 1 college basketball. Their average scoring margin is 2 and their shooting percentage is 43% as a team which has them sitting in the 168th spot in the country. Behind the arc they shoot 26% which is good for 321st in the nation. They average 37.6 rebounds per game and 15 assists per contest which ranks them 148th and 91st respectively. In the turnover department the Falcons rank 142nd with 12.4 per game. The Falcons allow 68.8 points per game to their opponents which ranks them 111th in the country. They also allow a 40% shooting percentage and a 32% average from behind the arc ranking them 82nd and 134th in those defensive statistics. Opponents average 40 rebounds a game which ranks 254th and they give up 13.2 assists per contest which puts them in 177th place in the nation. The Falcons force 13.4 turnovers per game which ranks them 151st in college basketball.
New Mexico State Aggies Betting Trends
The New Mexico State Aggies are 0-0 against the spread
The New Mexico State Aggies are 0-0 against the over/under
Air Force Falcons Betting Trends
The Air Force Falcons are 3-0 against the spread
The Air Force Falcons are 3-0 against the over/under
New Mexico State Aggies Injuries
No key injuries to report
Air Force Falcons Injuries
11/25/15 F Ryan Manning Leg injured last game, "?"
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