The Nevada Wolf Pack (2-2) visit the San Diego Toreros (0-1) as 2-point favorites after Desmond Cambridge racked up 24 points in the Wolf Pack 87-77 loss to Grand Canyon. The game is at 9:00 PM ET on Monday, December 14, 2020. The matchup has an over/under of 67 points.
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- Grant Shertfield leads the Wolf Pack in scoring (15.6 points per game) and assisting (4.2 assists per game).
- The squad is led in rebounds by Zane Meeks' 6.8 per game.
- The 2.2 three-pointers Cambridge hits per game are a team-high mark for the Wolf Pack.
- Shertfield leads the team with 1.6 steals per game. Warren Washington collects 0.8 blocks a contest to pace the Wolf Pack.
San Diego Leaders
- Ben Pyle averaged 12.3 points per game last season.
- Yauhen Massalski collected 7.0 rebounds per game and Marion Humphrey dished out 2.5 assists per outing.
- A season ago, Pyle hit 2.5 threes per game.
- Humphrey averaged 1.3 steals per game. Massalski collected 1.5 blocks a contest.
- Last year, the Wolf Pack put up only 4.6 more points per game (77.1) than the Toreros gave up (72.5).
- Nevada went 12-0 against the spread and 16-3 overall last season when scoring more than 72.5 points.
- When San Diego's opponents put up more than 77.1 points last season, it finished 0-6 against the spread and 1-8 overall.
- The Toreros' 65.7 points per game last year were 6.6 fewer points than the 72.3 the Wolf Pack allowed.
- San Diego went 3-0 against the spread and 4-3 overall when it scored more than 72.3 points last season.
- Nevada went 9-11 against the spread and 14-12 overall last season when it allowed more than 65.7 points.
- The Wolf Pack put up a total of 150 more points than their opponents last year (an average of 4.8 per game), while the Toreros were out-scored by opponents on average last year (by 218 total points, -6.8 per game).
- The Wolf Pack and the Toreros rebounded at a similar clip last season (35.9 and 31.2 boards per game, respectively).
- The Wolf Pack were 10-6 against the spread when grabbing more boards than their opponents. The Toreros were 4-8 when they lost the rebounding battle.
- The Wolf Pack and the Toreros were evenly matched on the offensive boards last season, with the teams averaging 7.7 and 7.9 offensive rebounds per game, respectively.
- The Toreros were 3-6 against the spread when they won the battle on the boards. The Wolf Pack were 8-6 when they lost the rebounding edge.
- Nevada found regular success on the glass with an average rebounding margin of +3.6 rebounds per game, and San Diego struggled in comparison averaging a margin of -2.9.