A game after he scored 21 points in an 80-75 win over Seattle U, Isaiah Washington leads the Long Beach State Beach (1-1) on the road against the San Francisco Dons (4-2) as 9-point underdogs. The matchup tips at 9:00 PM ET on Thursday, December 10, 2020. The matchup's over/under is set at 70.5.
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San Francisco Leaders
- The Dons points and assists leader is Jamaree Bouyea. He puts up 17.2 points per game and dishes out 4.4 assists.
- San Francisco is led in rebounds by Dzmitry Ryuny's 6.6 per game.
- Ryuny averages 3.8 made threes per game to pace the Dons.
- San Francisco's steals leader is Bouyea, who grabs 1.6 per game. Samba Kane leads the team averaging 1.2 blocks a contest.
Long Beach State Leaders
- Washington averaged 5.1 rebounds and contributed 4.0 assists per game last season.
- Chance Hunter was good for 13.9 points per game.
- Hunter had a strong showing from long distance a season ago. He knocked down 1.8 shots from deep per game.
- Washington swiped 1.7 steals per game. Jordan Roberts collected 0.4 blocks an outing.
- Last year, the Dons averaged only 0.2 fewer points per game (74.9) than the Beach allowed (75.1).
- San Francisco had an 8-0-1 record against the spread and a 15-4 record overall last season when putting up more than 75.1 points.
- Long Beach State finished with a record of 3-12 against the spread and 0-16 overall last season when allowing more than 74.9 points.
- The Beach's 67.4 points per game last year were only 1.4 fewer points than the 68.8 the Dons allowed.
- Long Beach State went 4-9 overall and 4-0 against the spread when it scored more than 68.8 points last season.
- San Francisco's record was 4-9-2 against the spread and 10-9 overall when it gave up more than 67.4 points last season.
- The Dons totaled 207 more points than their opponents last season (6.1 per game on average), while the Beach were out-scored by 247 total points (7.7 per game average differential).
- The Dons and the Beach rebounded at a similar clip last season (34.2 and 31.2 boards per game, respectively).
- The Dons were 7-10-1 against the spread when grabbing more boards than their opponents. The Beach were 9-9 when they lost the rebounding battle.
- The Dons averaged 9.5 offensive boards per game, outgaining the Beach by two rebounds per contest last season.
- When the Dons grabbed the most offensive rebounds they were 7-11-1 against the spread. When recording fewer boards, the Beach were 8-9.
- The Dons found regular success on the glass with an average rebounding margin of +3.6 rebounds per game, and the Beach struggled in comparison, averaging a margin of -2.8.