Robert Morris Colonials vs. Drexel Dragons Free Prediction

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The Robert Morris Colonials (4-3) will travel to the John A Daskalakis Center to square off with the Drexel Dragons (3-4). Action begins at 2 p.m. ET on Saturday, December 1, 2018.

Robert Morris Colonials at Drexel Dragons ATS Odds

In their last game, the Dragons lost a tough one against the NJIT Highlanders, 70-67, while the Colonials dismantled the Youngstown State Penguins, 76-56.

Robert Morris played a nearly perfect game. They had a solid free throw rate of 0.298 (above their season average of 0.228) and a turnover percentage of 9.4 (better than their season average of 18.3). For those same stats, Youngstown State was 0.088 and 22.7, respectively. Drexel, on the other hand, had an offensive rebounding percentage of 37.2 (above their season average of 28.3). Alihan Demir played well for Drexel, finishing with 18 points and 14 rebounds. Malik Petteway, meanwhile played a key role for Robert Morris with 16 points and six rebounds.

The Colonials won the lone game between these two teams last year, 74-60. The Colonials’ 17.8 turnover percentage was their largest advantage over the Dragons, who had a rate of 22.6.

This has potential to be an error-filled game for the offense of Drexel. Dating back to the 2017-18 season, Drexel ranks 117th in the nation in ball protection (turnover percentage of 17.8 percent), while the gambling defense of Robert Morris has forced the 13th-most turnovers in the nation (22.8 percent).

Robert Morris vs. Drexel Free Pick

Free Prediction: SU Winner – Drexel, O/U – Under

Betting Notes (2017-Present):

  • Robert Morris ranks 23rd in steals per game (7.8) while Drexel ranks 253rd (5.2).
  • The Colonials rank 47th in three pointers allowed per game (19.7) while the Dragons rank 64th (20.1).
  • Drexel ranks 248th in assists per game (12.4) while Robert Morris ranks 257th (12.3).
  • The Dragons rank 100th in rebounds per game (37.0) while the Colonials rank 258th in rebounds allowed per game (37.0).
  • Drexel ranks 91st in blocks per game (3.9) while Robert Morris ranks 227th (2.6).