The Mississippi Valley State Delta Devils (1-8) will try to snap an eight-game road losing streak when they meet the Miami (OH) RedHawks (4-5) at John D. Millett Hall. Action begins at 2 p.m. ET on Sunday, December 15, 2019.
Mississippi Valley State Delta Devils at Miami (OH) RedHawks ATS Preview
The last time the Delta Devils played, they were blown out by the Missouri State Bears, 86-62. Mississippi Valley State’s Michael Green put together a solid performance, leading the team in scoring with 19 points on 8-for-16 shooting. Getting to the free throw line was one of Missouri State’s largest advantages. They had 26 free throw attempts, while Mississippi Valley State had just 14.
The RedHawks are hoping for a better outcome after their 101-87 loss to the Evansville Aces in their last game. Nike Sibande led Miami (OH) in scoring with 28 points on 9-for-20 shooting. Evansville had an offensive rebounding percentage of 40.0 (above their season average of 19.9). Miami (OH), meanwhile, had a turnover percentage of 9.1 (better than their season average of 16.3).
Mississippi Valley State may have a difficult time creating turnovers. Dating back to last season, Miami (OH) ranks 71st in the nation at avoiding errors (turnover percentage of 18.6 percent), while Mississippi Valley State has forced the 33rd-fewest turnovers (17.3 percent).
Mississippi Valley State Delta Devils at Miami (OH) RedHawks Free Prediction
Free College Basketball Pick: SU Winner – Miami (OH), ATS Winner – Miami (OH), O/U – Over
Betting Notes (2018-Present):
The RedHawks rank 43rd in blocks allowed per game (3.1) while the Delta Devils rank 68th (3.9).
Miami (OH) ranks 178th in steals per game (5.9) while Mississippi Valley State ranks 192nd in steals allowed per game (6.4).
Miami (OH) averages 25.9 three pointers per game, which ranks 57th in the nation. Mississippi Valley State ranks 260th in three pointers allowed per game (23.8).
The RedHawks rank 56th in assists allowed per game (11.9) while the Delta Devils rank 250th (16.5).
Mississippi Valley State ranks 89th in rebounds per game (36.7) while Miami (OH) ranks 190th in rebounds allowed per game (34.9).