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Old 02-15-2023, 05:40 AM   #1
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ECU Part II

Wednesday, February 15th, 2023
7:00 PM
Williams Arena
ESPN+

The Bearcats (16-9 [8-5 AAC], NET #75, KenPom #62) continue their AAC farewell tour as they travel to Greenville one last time to take on East Carolina (12-12 [3-8 AAC], NET #219, KenPom #213). The Piratesí most recent game at Tulane was canceled over the weekend due to the sudden passing of long-time radio announcer Jeff Charles. There is no plan in place yet for this game to be replayed.

Since our 83-55 home win over ECU on January 11th, the Pirates are 2-4 with their only wins coming at home against Tulsa (76-66) and SMU (77-72). 6í3 sophomore guard RJ Felton, who only had 6 points on 2-8 shooting in our first match-up, has emerged as the teamís top scoring option over the past 4 games averaging 20.3 ppg.

ECU is the worst shooting team in the league through the first two-thirds of conference play (38.4% FG) and also has the leagueís worst 3-point defense where theyíve allowed AAC opponents to hit 36.4% of their shots from deep. On the plus side, they lead the league in offensive rebounding at 11.3/game.

The Bearcats are 9.5-point favorites on the road.
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