The LSU Tigers (4-1) are heavily favored (-14.5) to build on a three-game winning streak when they host the New Orleans Privateers (1-5) at 9:00 PM ET on Wednesday, December 16, 2020 at Pete Maravich Assembly Center. The contest airs on SECN. The point total is set at 72.5 in the matchup.
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- Cameron Thomas leads the Tigers in scoring, putting up 22.3 points per game.
- Darius Days paces LSU with 8.0 rebounds per game and Trendon Watford leads the team with 4.5 assists per contest.
- The Tigers are led by Ja'vonte Smart from long distance. He knocks down 3.0 shots from deep per game.
- LSU's blocks leader is Shareef O'Neal, who records 0.8 per game. Watford leads the team averaging 2.0 steals a game.
New Orleans Leaders
- Troy Green owns the Privateers top spot in scoring with 17.8 points per game and also tacks on 5.8 rebounds and 2.3 assists per contest.
- The Privateers leaders in rebounds and assists are Damion Rosser (6.3 rebounds per game) and Lamont Berzat (3.2 assists per game).
- Derek St. Hilaire hits a team-high 1.0 three-pointer per game for the Privateers.
- The Privateers leaders in steals and blocks are Green (1.5 steals per game) and Jahmel Myers (0.7 blocks per game).
LSU vs New Orleans: Last Meeting
LSU vs New Orleans (Last 1 Games)
- The Tigers average 89 points per game, 14.5 more points than the 74.5 the Privateers give up.
- LSU has a 4-1 record overall and a 3-0-1 record against the spread when scoring more than 74.5 points.
- New Orleans has a 0-0 record against the spread and a 0-0 record overall when allowing more than 89 points.
- The Privateers score just 0.8 fewer points than the Tigers allow (66).
- New Orleans is 1-2 overall and 0-0 against the spread in games it scores more than 66 points.
- LSU has an ATS record of 1-1-1 and a 2-1 record overall when its opponents score more than 65.2 points.
- The Tigers have totaled 115 more points than their opponents this season (23 per game on average), while the Privateers have been out-scored by 56 total points (9.3 per game average differential).
- The Tigers and the Privateers are evenly matched on the glass this season, with the teams averaging similar numbers (39.4 and 35.7 boards per game, respectively).
- When LSU earns the rebounding advantage they are 3-0-1 against the spread. When recording fewer boards, New Orleans is 0-2.
- The Tigers and the Privateers grab offensive rebounds at similar rate (9.4 and 9.5 offensive rebounds per game, respectively).
- The Privateers are 1-2 against the spread when they win the battle on the boards. The Tigers are 2-1 when they lose the rebounding edge.
- The Tigers record an average rebounding margin of +8.2 rebounds per contest, and the Privateers average a stale mate on the boards recording the same rebounding average as they allow.