UL Monroe Warhawks vs Texas A&M Aggies Prediction, 11/7/2022 College Basketball Picks, Best Bets & Odds
Game: UL Monroe Warhawks vs Texas A&M Aggies
Date: Monday, November 7, 2022
Location: Reed Arena in College Station, TX
Reed Arena is the site where the Texas A&M Aggies (27-13 last year) will attempt to defeat the UL Monroe Warhawks (13-18 last season) on Monday.
The UL Monroe Warhawks stepped onto the hardwood against Arkansas State and took a loss by a score of 81-77 in their last contest of last year. In reference to personal fouls, the Warhawks finished with 21 while Arkansas State totaled 18 personal fouls. They also converted 6 out of their 15 shots from 3-point range. Arkansas State finished 72.4% when shooting free throws by converting 21 of their 29 shots. Furthermore, Arkansas State totaled 38 rebounds (11 offensive, 27 defensive), but wrapped up the game with no rejections. Arkansas State distributed 12 dimes and had 10 steals for this contest. Pertaining to the defense, UL Monroe allowed 45.0% from the floor on 27 out of 60 shooting. They also dished out 12 assists for this contest as well as forcing 14 turnovers and getting 6 steals. In the matter of pulling down rebounds, they compiled 23 with 3 of them being of the offensive variety. From the free throw line, the Warhawks buried 6 of their 9 shots for a rate of 66.7%. UL Monroe wrapped up the contest having earned a 52.5% FG percentage (31 out of 59) and buried 9 out of their 18 shots from downtown.
Andre Jones is someone who was a factor in the game. He ended up shooting 45.5% from the field and also earned 4 dimes. He was on the hardwood for 38 mins played and also totaled 6 rebounds. He notched 24 points on 10 of 22 shooting.
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UL Monroe heads into this game after finishing with a mark of 13-18 last season. They gave up possession 12.7 times per game and as a squad committed 16.8 fouls per contest. As a basketball team, UL Monroe pulled in 32.4 rebounds per game and had 466 assists last season, which was 86th in D-1 in terms of passing the rock. The Warhawks connected on 33.8% on shots from downtown (219 of 648) and 72.4% from the charity stripe. They had an average of 72.5 points per game (141st in college hoops) while going 45.4% from the field.
When they were on defense, the Warhawks were able to force 14.1 turnovers on a nightly basis and they drew 15.5 personal fouls. They were ranked 319th in D-1 in giving up assists to their opponents with 469 conceded throughout last year. The Warhawks gave up a shooting percentage of 45.0% (815 of 1,813) and they surrendered 37.0 boards per game as a team. They relinquished 35.6% on 3-point attempts and they ranked 302nd in college basketball in PPG allowed (74.3).
The last time they took the court last year, the Texas A&M Aggies took a loss by a final score of 73-72 when they played Xavier. When talking about rebounding, Texas A&M allowed Xavier to get 30 in all (10 on the offensive glass). They finished 38.9% from three-point range by shooting 7 of 18 and ended up shooting 8 of 15 from the free throw line (53.3%). The Aggies allowed Xavier to convert 29 out of 60 attempts from the floor which gave them a rate of 48.3% in the game. In all, the Aggies went 23 for 51 from the field which had them at 45.1%. Pertaining to shots from beyond the perimeter, Texas A&M converted 5 out of 14 tries (35.7%). They were able to knock down 21 of the free throws for a clip of 84.0%. Xavier earned 20 fouls for this game which took the Aggies to the free throw line for a total of 25 tries. They also coughed it up 13 times, while recording 5 steals in this game. The Aggies were able to collect 22 defensive boards and 9 offensive rebounds for a total of 31 in this contest.
Quenton Jackson ended up being a factor for the Aggies in this contest. He converted 5 out of 10 in this game for a rate of 50.0%, and tallied 6 rebounds. He racked up 23 points in his 33 mins of playing time, but didn't record an assist.
Texas A&M had a record of 27-13 last year. The Aggies committed 17.5 personal fouls every game and they went 70.3% from the free throw line. They dished out assists 13.5 times per contest (136th in D-1) and they gave up possession 13.1 times per game. Texas A&M earned 2,908 pts last season (72.7 per contest) and they collected 35.5 boards per contest. As an offensive team, the Aggies hit 44.3% from the field, which had them ranked 155th in the country.
The Texas A&M defense allowed 31.7% on 3-pointers (270 of 853) and their opponents converted on 71.8% of their shots from the free throw line. They surrendered 14.9 assists and 34.8 boards per contest, which ranked them 322nd and 185th in college hoops. The Aggies on the defensive side of the court were 82nd in college basketball in points allowed per game with 66.1. They forced 16.9 turnovers per game and let teams shoot 41.4% from the field (77th in college hoops).
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