Wichita State vs. Cincinnati – Recreation Preview – January 27, 2021


The Wichita State Shockers (3-6, 0-4 AAC) will try to stop a six-game loss when they beat the Cincinnati Bearcats (3-9, 2-6 AAC) visit arena. The competition will air at 2:00 p.m. ET on ESPN +.

Cincinnati lost in the team’s final action against Memphis 61-52 on Wednesday, despite Iimar’i Thomas taking 24 points across the board.

Asia Strong’s 17 points leading the team were not enough in Wichita State’s 65:55 loss to Temple on Saturday in their last game.

Cincinnati team statistics

Cincinnati goes into matchup on Wednesday, scoring 60.9 points per game, 5.1 less than the 66 Wichita State gives up per competition. If they score more than 66 points, the Bearcats stand 2-2 this season.

The Bearcats do 70.9 percent of their free throws as a team, the second best mark in the AAC. Thomas hits 5.8 free throws per game to lead Cincinnati while knocking down 84 percent of their attempts on the line.

Wichita State Team Stats

Wichita State’s 64.2 points per game this season is 5.1 less than the 69.3 points Cincinnati gives up per competition. The Shockers have won 2-1 this season when they scored over 69 points.

The Shockers have created 10.9 food stalls per game this season, while an average of 12.1 freebies were given out per competition. Cincinnati is 2-9 this season when more than 11 sales are committed.

Cincinnati players watch

Thomas leads Cincinnati in scoring (23.9 points per game), rebound (7.6 rebounds per game) and assisting (3.3 assists per game). Jillian Hayes scores 8.1 points and 5.7 rebounds for the Bearcats, and Destiny Haymer scores an average of 7.6 points per game.

Caitlyn Wilson is a competition with an average of 0.9 three pointers. She is Cincinnati’s most prolific three-point shooter, dropping 18 percent of her shots from outside the bow.

Player stats reflect 11 out of 12 games this season.

Wichita State players watch

Seraphine Bastin pulls down 7.2 boards and gives 5.0 assists to lead the state of Wichita while scoring 11.5 points per competition. Strongly leads the Shockers in the ranking and averages 16.3 points and 7.2 rebounds per game.

Carla Bremaud is in charge of shooting the basketball for the state of Wichita. She makes 41 percent of her shots from downtown, while averaging 1.5 hits per game from the three-point country.

Player stats reflect six out of nine games this season.

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