The Florida A&M Rattlers (1-5) will try to put an end to their five-game road losing streak in a matchup against the Green Bay Phoenix (1-2) at Resch Center. Action gets underway at 7 p.m. ET on Friday, November 24, 2017.
Florida A&M Rattlers at Green Bay Phoenix Odds Preview
The Rattlers fell to the North Dakota State Bison in their last contest, 80-66. Isaiah Martin had a good performance for Florida A&M, contributing 13 points and 12 rebounds. North Dakota State did a fantastic job of making free throws (17-23; 73.9 percent). Florida A&M, meanwhile, held the Bison to an offensive rebounding percentage of 20.7 (below the 35.4 mark opponents have averaged against Florida A&M this season).
The last time the Phoenix played, they were topped by the Mississippi State Bulldogs, 77-68. Khalil Small was Green Bay’s leading scorer with 15 points on 3-for-6 shooting. Mississippi State had a much better turnover percentage (16.2 vs. 22.7). Green Bay, meanwhile, did a terrific job of making free throws (17-24; 70.8 percent).
There should be a fair amount of transition action in this matchup that showcases two of the NCAA’s more fast-breaking teams. Green Bay ranks sixth in possessions per game (77.0) and Florida A&M is 42nd (73.1) dating back to the 2016-17 season.
Florida A&M Rattlers at Green Bay Phoenix Prediction
Predictions: SU Winner – Green Bay, ATS Winner – Green Bay, O/U – Over
Betting Notes (2016-Present):
- The Phoenix rank 231st in three pointers attempted per game (19.4) while the Rattlers rank 291st (17.9).
- Green Bay averages 4.1 blocks per game, which ranks 79th in the nation. Florida A&M ranks 125th in blocks allowed per game (3.3).
- Green Bay averages 41.7 rebounds per game, which ranks second in the nation. Florida A&M ranks 326th in rebounds allowed per game (41.1).
- The Phoenix average 7.4 steals per game, which ranks 39th in the NCAA. The Rattlers rank 224th in steals allowed per game (6.9).
- Green Bay averages 13.8 assists per game, which ranks 147th in the NCAA. Florida A&M ranks 253rd in assists allowed per game (14.7).