The St. Francis Brooklyn Terriers (7-5) welcome the Manhattan Jaspers (2-9) to Peter Aquilone Court. The Jaspers will try to end a five-game road losing streak. The game starts at 2 p.m. ET on Sunday, December 23, 2018.
Manhattan Jaspers vs. St. Francis Brooklyn Terriers ATS Odds
In their last game, the Terriers dismantled the Medgar Evers Cougars, 92-42, while the Jaspers were beaten by the Elon Phoenix, 62-56.
St. Francis Brooklyn played a perfect contest. They had a free throw rate of 0.400 and an offensive rebounding percentage of 45.5. For those same stats, Medgar Evers put up marks of 0.103 and 21.6, respectively. Manhattan, on the other hand, had a much better turnover percentage (14.8 vs. 25.4). St. Francis Brooklyn rallied around Jalen Jordan, who contributed 14 points and eight rebounds. Meanwhile, Thomas Capuano played a pivotal role for Manhattan with 10 points and eight rebounds.
The Jaspers won the only game between these two teams last year, 80-79. One of Manhattan’s largest strengths was getting to the charity stripe. They had 38 free throw attempts, while St. Francis Brooklyn had 27. This is the first time these teams will battle this year.
Manhattan Jaspers at St. Francis Brooklyn Terriers Free Pick
Free Prediction: SU Winner – St. Francis Brooklyn, O/U – Over
- St. Francis Brooklyn ranks 28th in rebounds per game (40.4) while Manhattan ranks 232nd (31.8).
- The Jaspers rank 48th in steals per game (7.7) while the Terriers rank 170th (5.1).
- St. Francis Brooklyn ranks 24th in assists allowed per game (10.3) while Manhattan ranks 99th (12.6).
- The Terriers rank 47th in three pointers attempted per game (26.7) while the Jaspers rank 204th (20.2).
- St. Francis Brooklyn ranks 32nd in blocks per game (4.8) while Manhattan ranks 176th (1.8).
- The Terriers’ average margin of victory in their last five games has been 3.0, up from 1.1 for the season.
- During their last five games, the Jaspers have scored an average of 54.0 points per game (matching their season average) and allowed an average of 57.4 points per game (6.3 below their season average).