Iowa State vsCincinnati Prediction
In what is expected to be a closely contested matchup, the Cincinnati Bearcats hold a slight 55.4 percent favorability over the Iowa State Cyclones. Both teams have showcased their shooting prowess throughout the season, with the Cyclones shooting at an impressive 43.1 percent from the field, slightly edging out the Bearcats' projected shooting percentage of 41.0 percent. However, the Bearcats have a disadvantage on the boards, as the Cyclones hold a 28.9 to 26.1 rebounding advantage.
When it comes to taking care of the ball, Cincinnati has the upper hand, committing fewer turnovers with an average of 6.4 per game compared to Iowa State's 9.8 turnovers per game. Beyond the arc, both teams have shown proficiency in knocking down threes. The Cyclones are making 5.8 three-pointers on a 30.6 percent shooting from downtown, while the Bearcats are slightly ahead, making 6.5 three-pointers on a 33.8 percent shooting from beyond the arc.
The key player statistical data further amplifies the competitive nature of this matchup. Gabe Kalscheur leads the Bearcats with an average of 10.1 points per game, while Landers Nolley II is the top scorer for the Cyclones, averaging 12.4 points per game. In terms of assists, Tamin Lipsey contributes significantly for Iowa State with an average of 3.1 assists per game, while David DeJulius is a playmaker for Cincinnati with an average of 4.6 assists per game. In rebounding, Lipsey and Nolley II are both key contributors for their respective teams, with Lipsey averaging 4.7 rebounds per game and Nolley II grabbing an average of 5.6 rebounds per game.
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