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Advanced Statistics: Xavier vs. Wake Forest

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Wake Forest jumped out to a 15 point halftime lead, but couldn't hold on, as they lost to Xavier 78-70.

Jeremy Brevard-USA TODAY Sports

This was obviously a game of two halves, and I wish I could break down by half the advanced statistics, because that would likely be more telling than just looking at overall box scores/advanced stats, but c'est la vie. The Deacs led by 15 at halftime, but Xavier used a scintillating second half offensively to win 78-70.

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Team Stats
Xavier Wake Forest
Bonus-PF No-0 No-0
Poss 75.2 74.8
Off Eff 103.7 93.6
eFG% 47.5 40.5
TO % 22.6 22.7
O Reb % 36.8 28.2
D Reb % 71.8 63.2
FT Rate 45.9 46.6
% Safe 100.0 0.0
FG % 42.6 34.5
FT % 71.4 85.2
3P % 28.6 26.9
2P % 50.0 40.6
3FGA/FGA 34.4 44.8
Block % 0.0 6.7
Steal % 12.0 12.0
A/FGM 34.6 65.0
A/TO 0.5 0.8
Wake Forest
Player MIN PTS AST OFF REB STL BLK TO PF FG FT 3PT +/-
Bryant Crawford 24 16 4 0 1 2 0 5 5 5-10 2-2 4-9 5
John Collins 19 11 0 3 4 0 0 0 3 5-6 1-2 0-0 -10
Devin Thomas 20 10 0 1 8 1 2 2 4 1-3 8-10 0-0 -7
Mitchell Wilbekin 37 8 1 0 1 1 0 1 3 3-9 0-0 2-7 -10
Cornelius Hudson 22 7 1 1 3 3 1 3 0 2-8 2-2 1-5 -11
Greg McClinton 20 6 1 1 4 0 0 3 3 2-6 2-2 0-0 -5
Codi Miller-McIntyre 31 4 6 3 6 1 0 3 4 1-7 2-2 0-2 -13
Konstantinos Mitoglou 23 4 0 1 6 0 0 0 4 0-7 4-5 0-3 -18
Doral Moore 4 4 0 1 2 1 2 0 0 1-2 2-2 0-0 -1
Totals for Wake Forest 200 70 13 11 35 9 5 17 26 20-58 23-27 7-26
Percentages 34.5 85.2 26.9

Wake Forest
Name Min % SH % P/40 A/40 R/40 eFG % A Ratio T Ratio Usg % GmSc Stop% ORTG DRTG Ov RTG
Bryant Crawford 61.5 28.0 26.7 6.7 1.7 70.0 54.7 31.5 30.5 9.1 52.6 105.6 102.8 2.1
John Collins 48.7 21.2 23.2 0.0 8.4 83.3 0.0 0.0 16.7 9.6 31.8 137.1 111.5 2.1
Devin Thomas 51.3 10.1 20.0 0.0 16.0 33.3 0.0 21.3 21.6 9.1 87.9 97.0 88.0 2.2
Mitchell Wilbekin 94.9 16.4 8.6 1.1 1.1 44.4 6.3 10.0 12.4 2.7 35.1 94.4 110.1 -2.7
Cornelius Hudson 56.4 24.5 12.7 1.8 5.5 31.3 10.8 25.3 24.9 4.9 73.9 70.0 93.9 -2.3
Greg McClinton 51.3 20.2 12.0 2.0 8.0 33.3 12.1 30.4 22.7 0.7 42.8 71.6 106.9 -3.6
Konstantinos Mitoglou 59.0 20.5 7.0 0.0 10.4 0.0 0.0 0.0 18.4 -0.7 50.7 54.7 103.6 -5.0
Doral Moore 10.3 33.6 40.0 0.0 20.0 50.0 0.0 0.0 33.1 6.4 161.5 159.5 57.2 3.6
Codi Miller-McIntyre 76.9 15.7 5.3 8.0 8.0 14.3 41.7 27.6 16.7 3.1 45.6 66.3 105.7 -4.9

Wake Forest
Lineup +/- *
Bryant Crawford - Codi Miller - McIntyre - Devin Thomas - Konstantinos Mitoglou - Mitchell Wilbekin 5
Bryant Crawford - Codi Miller - McIntyre - Devin Thomas - Greg McClinton - Mitchell Wilbekin 5
Bryant Crawford - Cornelius Hudson - John Collins - Konstantinos Mitoglou - Mitchell Wilbekin 4
Bryant Crawford - Cornelius Hudson - Doral Moore - Greg McClinton - Mitchell Wilbekin 2
Bryant Crawford - Codi Miller - McIntyre - Cornelius Hudson - Devin Thomas - Mitchell Wilbekin 2
Bryant Crawford - Codi Miller - McIntyre - John Collins - Konstantinos Mitoglou - Mitchell Wilbekin 2
Bryant Crawford - Codi Miller - McIntyre - Cornelius Hudson - Greg McClinton - John Collins 1
Bryant Crawford - Codi Miller - McIntyre - Greg McClinton - John Collins - Mitchell Wilbekin 1
Codi Miller - McIntyre - Cornelius Hudson - Doral Moore - Greg McClinton - Mitchell Wilbekin 1
Codi Miller - McIntyre - Cornelius Hudson - Devin Thomas - Greg McClinton - Mitchell Wilbekin 0
Codi Miller - McIntyre - Cornelius Hudson - Devin Thomas - John Collins - Mitchell Wilbekin 0
Bryant Crawford - Codi Miller - McIntyre - Cornelius Hudson - Devin Thomas - Konstantinos Mitoglou -1
Codi Miller - McIntyre - Cornelius Hudson - Greg McClinton - John Collins - Mitchell Wilbekin -1
Bryant Crawford - Greg McClinton - John Collins - Konstantinos Mitoglou - Mitchell Wilbekin -1
Bryant Crawford - Cornelius Hudson - Devin Thomas - Konstantinos Mitoglou - Mitchell Wilbekin -2
Bryant Crawford - Codi Miller - McIntyre - Doral Moore - John Collins - Mitchell Wilbekin -2
Codi Miller - McIntyre - Cornelius Hudson - Devin Thomas - Doral Moore - Mitchell Wilbekin -2
Bryant Crawford - Codi Miller - McIntyre - Cornelius Hudson - John Collins - Mitchell Wilbekin -3
Bryant Crawford - Devin Thomas - Greg McClinton - Konstantinos Mitoglou - Mitchell Wilbekin -4
Bryant Crawford - Codi Miller - McIntyre - Greg McClinton - John Collins - Konstantinos Mitoglou -4
Codi Miller - McIntyre - Cornelius Hudson - Devin Thomas - Konstantinos Mitoglou - Mitchell Wilbekin -5
Codi Miller - McIntyre - Devin Thomas - Greg McClinton - Konstantinos Mitoglou - Mitchell Wilbekin -5
Codi Miller - McIntyre - Cornelius Hudson - John Collins - Konstantinos Mitoglou - Mitchell Wilbekin -7

  • Bryant Crawford had a very up and down game, and that showed in the stats as well. He went for 16 points, 4 rebounds, an assist, but also 5 turnovers, and 5 fouls. He is a freshman and most of his mistakes are fixable with time. I didn't like the three point shot he took late in the game, but it is clear that he wants to be the guy taking it, and I love that. Big questionable call on his charge, but he can't get a technical foul there under any circumstances. Live and learn, he is going to be a great floor general for us for years to come.
  • Dinos Mitoglou went 0-7 from the field and finished with just four points on the night. We have discussed this over and over again, but if he isn't scoring then he doesn't need to be in the game. He played good face-up defense against Farr on a couple of possessions early on, but he doesn't have the lateral foot speed to defend most players in the ACC. Rough night.
  • I'm still not worried about Codi Miller-McIntyre coming around, but he has a long way to get back to where Wake needs him to be. He is starting to get his aggressiveness back, which is very good to see, but he is still tentative at times, and for a slashing guard like him, that can be a big deterrent to his production.
  • Overall, Wake Forest did a very good job on the boards, especially on the offensive side of things. Xavier is probably the best rebounding team in the country, and Wake managed to keep it within four rebounds in a 77 possession game. That's a big positive.
  • The first half was really amazing defensively for the Deacs considering how bad it has been this season. The guys had active hands, closed out well, and got after it on the boards. Obviously that all came crashing down in the first five minutes of the second half when it looked like none of them had ever been on the basketball court before.
  • Xavier is a very, very talented team, and this game showed that Wake Forest can play with anybody in the country for stretches. The lapses the continue to happen are indicative of a young team that isn't used to playing with a lead, or playing hard for 40 minutes. As frustrating as that is, it will hopefully pay dividends down the road. This loss needs to yield itself to a good week of practice so Wake can go get another win on the road against SEC foe LSU next Tuesday night.