Missouri Tigers vs Vanderbilt Commodores Prediction, 2/8/2022 College Basketball Picks, Best Bets & Odds
Game: Missouri Tigers vs Vanderbilt Commodores
Date: Tuesday, February 8, 2022
Location: Memorial Gymnasium (Vanderbilt) in Nashville, TN
Memorial Gymnasium (Vanderbilt) is the location where the Vanderbilt Commodores (12-10) will attempt to beat the Missouri Tigers (9-13) on Tuesday.
The Missouri Tigers played Texas A&M and walked away with a win by a score of 70-66 in their last contest. Missouri walked away from the game having earned a 56.5% field goal percentage (26 out of 46) and made 5 out of their 13 3-pointers. When they shot from the charity stripe, the Tigers converted 13 of their 15 tries for a percentage of 86.7%. Concerning rebounding, they earned 27 with 8 of them being offensive. They also recorded 16 dimes in this contest in addition to creating 5 turnovers and having 5 steals. In terms of defense, Missouri let their opponent shoot 44.9% from the field on 22 out of 49 shooting. Texas A&M doled out 15 dimes and had 9 steals for the contest. Furthermore, Texas A&M grabbed 17 rebounds (7 offensive, 10 defensive), but didn't notch a block. Texas A&M went 71.4% from the free throw line by burying 15 of 21 attempts. They also converted 7 of their 15 attempts from 3-point range. When discussing personal fouls, the Tigers ended up with 15 while Texas A&M racked up 15 personal fouls.
Kobe Brown is a guy who was a contributor in the game. He notched 21 points on 5 out of 9 shooting. He was on the court for 38 minutes played and also snagged 6 rebounds. He walked away from this one shooting 55.6% from the field and distributed 6 assists.
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Missouri heads into this contest with a record of 9-13 on the campaign. They turn the ball over 14.3 times per contest and as a basketball team are committing 17.2 personal fouls every game. As a unit, Missouri is snagging 35.5 boards per contest and has tallied 263 dimes for the season, which is 255th in Division 1 in terms of passing the rock. The Tigers are hitting 28.3% on three-point shots (115 of 407) and 71.9% from the charity stripe. They currently have an average of 66.3 pts per contest (300th in college basketball) while going 43.0% from the field.
On defense, the Tigers are able to force 12.6 turnovers every game and they draw 16.2 fouls. They are ranked 172nd in college basketball in giving up assists to their opponents with 273 surrendered on the season. The Tigers defense is allowing a field goal percentage of 43.7% (551 of 1,262) and they surrender 34.0 rebounds per game as a unit. They relinquish 35.5% on 3-point shots and they are ranked 226th in college basketball in PPG from their opponents (70.5).
When they last stepped on the court, the Vanderbilt Commodores took home the win by a final score of 75-66 against LSU. When it comes to rebounding, Vanderbilt permitted LSU to pull down 29 in all (7 offensive). They finished 21.4% from 3-point land by going 3 out of 14 and ended up going 21 out of 29 from the charity stripe (72.4%). The Commodores allowed LSU to convert 21 out of their 47 tries from the floor which gave them a shooting percentage of 44.7% for the matchup. Overall, the Commodores shot 26 for 57 from the field which gave them a shooting percentage of 45.6%. In reference to shooting from downtown, Vanderbilt made 13 of 31 attempts (41.9%). They were able to convert 10 of those for a percentage of 58.8%. LSU was called for 18 personal fouls in this game which took the Commodores to the free throw line for a total of 17 shots. They gave up possession of the ball 13 times, while recording 8 steals in the matchup. The Commodores collected 21 defensive rebounds and 6 offensive rebounds for a total of 27 for the contest.
Rodney Chatman ended up having an impact for the Commodores in this game. He tallied 24 points in his 35 mins on the court and accumulated 2 assists for the game. He buried 9 out of 14 in the game for a field goal rate of 64.3%, and had 3 rebounds.
Vanderbilt has a record of 12-10 for the campaign. The Commodores are responsible for committing 17.6 personal fouls per game and they connect on 68.3% from the free throw line. They are assisting teammates 11.4 times per contest (299th in Division 1) and they lose possession by turning the ball over 13.1 times per contest. Vanderbilt has totaled 1,516 points so far this year (68.9 per contest) and they collect 34.2 boards per contest. When it comes to executing on offense, the Commodores are shooting 41.7% from the floor, which is ranked 302nd in D-1.
The Vanderbilt defense concedes 30.1% on shots from 3-point land (148 of 492) and their opponents are knocking down 71.8% of their free throw attempts. They relinquish 12.5 assists and 35.1 boards per contest, which is 166th and 213th in D-1. The Commodores on the defensive side of the court are 76th in college hoops in points allowed per contest with 65.3. They are forcing 15.3 turnovers on a nightly basis and have allowed teams to shoot 41.8% from the field (109th in college basketball).
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Josh Schonwald's Pick: Take Vanderbilt
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