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Wake Forest escaped with a 77-71 victory over LSU in Baton Rouge last night.

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Another road game, another road win for the Wake Forest Road Warriors. This time it was over the Fighting' Ben Simmons down in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Wake switched Codi Miller-McIntyre on him for the majority of the second half, and Wake was able to overcome a comical stretch of basketball where it appeared we had not ever handled a basketball before.

As always, all stats come fromSCACCHoops.com.

Team Stats
Wake Forest LSU
Bonus-PF No-0 No-0
Poss 75.6 74.6
Off Eff 101.9 95.2
eFG% 47.5 49.0
TO % 23.8 22.8
O Reb % 31.7 17.2
D Reb % 82.8 68.3
FT Rate 49.2 56.9
% Safe 100.0 0.0
FG % 40.7 47.1
FT % 72.4 72.4
3P % 33.3 14.3
2P % 45.7 59.5
3FGA/FGA 40.7 27.5
Block % 6.6 2.7
Steal % 11.9 9.4
A/FGM 50.0 37.5
A/TO 0.7 0.5
Wake Forest
Player MIN PTS AST OFF REB STL BLK TO PF FG FT 3PT +/-
Bryant Crawford 25 19 3 0 1 0 0 3 2 6-10 4-5 3-5 8
Devin Thomas 23 16 1 3 7 0 1 2 5 6-9 4-6 0-0 6
Konstantinos Mitoglou 23 13 1 0 2 2 1 4 4 4-8 2-4 3-5 8
Cornelius Hudson 29 12 2 2 6 2 0 1 2 2-8 7-8 1-6 8
Rondale Watson 18 5 0 1 2 1 1 1 1 1-3 3-4 0-1 11
Mitchell Wilbekin 28 4 2 1 3 1 0 0 2 1-9 1-2 1-6 -6
John Collins 14 4 0 3 3 0 1 4 3 2-4 0-0 0-0 0
Codi Miller-McIntyre 34 2 2 3 12 3 0 3 4 1-6 0-0 0-1 2
Doral Moore 2 2 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1-1 0-0 0-0 1
Greg McClinton 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-1 0-0 0-0 2
Totals for Wake Forest 200 77 12 13 37 9 5 18 23 24-59 21-29 8-24
Percentages 40.7 72.4 33.3
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 64.1 26.4 30.4 4.8 1.6 75.0 32.0 19.7 27.1 12.6 33.1 126.4 102.7 5.6
Devin Thomas 59.0 25.9 27.8 1.7 12.2 66.7 12.3 14.7 26.4 12.0 48.7 106.2 96.5 2.8
Konstantinos Mitoglou 59.0 23.0 22.6 1.7 3.5 68.8 9.8 29.1 26.7 6.6 66.7 90.4 89.4 1.4
Cornelius Hudson 74.4 18.2 16.6 2.8 8.3 31.3 12.6 8.0 19.2 11.0 55.8 106.1 93.7 3.3
Rondale Watson 46.2 11.0 11.1 0.0 4.4 33.3 0.0 17.4 14.3 4.2 57.7 88.2 92.9 0.6
John Collins 35.9 18.9 11.4 0.0 8.6 50.0 0.0 50.0 25.5 -0.4 44.9 49.5 98.0 -3.9
Mitchell Wilbekin 71.8 21.2 5.7 2.9 4.3 16.7 12.3 0.0 15.7 0.6 43.9 64.5 98.4 -3.1
Codi Miller-McIntyre 87.2 11.7 2.4 2.4 14.1 16.7 10.0 33.3 11.8 2.8 67.7 41.2 89.0 -2.9
Doral Moore 5.1 33.1 40.0 0.0 20.0 100.0 0.0 0.0 22.3 2.7 141.4 285.9 59.7 2.9
Greg McClinton 10.3 16.5 0.0 10.0 0.0 0.0 40.6 0.0 11.1 0.0 30.2 125.2 103.9 0.3

Wake Forest
Lineup +/- *
Bryant Crawford - Codi Miller - McIntyre - Cornelius Hudson - Devin Thomas - Konstantinos Mitoglou 9
Bryant Crawford - Cornelius Hudson - Devin Thomas - Mitchell Wilbekin - Rondale Watson 4
Codi Miller - McIntyre - Cornelius Hudson - Devin Thomas - Konstantinos Mitoglou - Rondale Watson 3
Bryant Crawford - Codi Miller - McIntyre - John Collins - Konstantinos Mitoglou - Mitchell Wilbekin 3
Bryant Crawford - Codi Miller - McIntyre - Cornelius Hudson - Devin Thomas - Rondale Watson 2
Codi Miller - McIntyre - Cornelius Hudson - John Collins - Konstantinos Mitoglou - Rondale Watson 1
Codi Miller - McIntyre - Cornelius Hudson - Greg McClinton - John Collins - Rondale Watson 1
Bryant Crawford - Cornelius Hudson - Doral Moore - Greg McClinton - Rondale Watson 1
Cornelius Hudson - John Collins - Konstantinos Mitoglou - Mitchell Wilbekin - Rondale Watson 1
Codi Miller - McIntyre - Cornelius Hudson - Devin Thomas - Mitchell Wilbekin - Rondale Watson 0
Bryant Crawford - Cornelius Hudson - Doral Moore - Greg McClinton - Mitchell Wilbekin 0
Bryant Crawford - Codi Miller - McIntyre - Cornelius Hudson - Konstantinos Mitoglou -1
Bryant Crawford - Codi Miller - McIntyre - Cornelius Hudson - Konstantinos Mitoglou - Mitchell Wilbekin -1
Codi Miller - McIntyre - Cornelius Hudson - Devin Thomas - John Collins - Rondale Watson -2
Bryant Crawford - Codi Miller - McIntyre - Devin Thomas - Konstantinos Mitoglou - Mitchell Wilbekin -3
Codi Miller - McIntyre - Cornelius Hudson - John Collins - Konstantinos Mitoglou - Mitchell Wilbekin -4
Bryant Crawford - Codi Miller - McIntyre - Cornelius Hudson - Devin Thomas - Mitchell Wilbekin -6
  • Bryant Crawford had probably his best game as a Demon Deacon, scoring 19 points on 10 shots. Not only that, but he hit a couple of huge threes that maintained contact, or gave the Deacs a lead that would not be relinquished.
  • Dinos Mitoglou and Codi Miller-McIntyre were unsung heroes in this one. Dinos did exactly what we need him to do moving forward, hit threes when he is open and in the flow of the offense, and be active on defense with his length. CMM continued to struggle from the offensive side of things, but his 12 rebounds and defense on Ben Simmons was likely the difference in the game.
  • Devin Thomas' gets the award for Best Fighter of the night for Wake. He didn't get frustrated after two early foul calls and limited minutes, continuing to work hard in the second half to get open in the zone. When he got the ball on key possessions, he absolutely abused the interior defense of LSU and ultimately was a huge cog in the Wake Forest win. His most underrated moment was getting the ball inside, missing a shot, working hard to get it back, and then hitting Bryant Crawford on a bullseye from a double team for a backbreaking three.
  • Mitchell Wilbekin continued to struggle on the offensive side as well, and at this point it is difficult for him to warrant the minutes he is getting. Much like Dinos, if Mitch isn't shooting the ball well, there isn't a big need for him to be on the court. Hopefully he is going through a mini-slump and will snap out of it in ACC play. Wake needs him to hit shots to stretch the defense and take pressure off of DT inside.
  • Crab had a very underrated 12 and 6, getting to the line 8 times and converting 7 of them. He also had two steals and two assists to go with the points and boards.
  • I don't know why LSU is so bad on offense, but they are one of the worst shooting teams I have seen in some time. They can't shoot threes, and they are equally as bad at mid-range jumpers. Ben Simmons has no range at all, and the team is made up entirely of athletes that should be able to get to the rim. They are too passive, and at times overpass when they need to score. Johnny Jones has to get that team on the same page, because right now there is no rhyme or reason to the offense.