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George Mason Patriots Seek Redemption in Highly Anticipated Rematch against George Washington Revolutionaries

In Atlantic Ten action, the George Washington Revolutionaries will be facing off against the George Mason Patriots on Tuesday night. The Revolutionaries currently hold a 14-9 overall record, but have struggled in conference play with a standing of 3-7. The Patriots, on the other hand, boast a slightly stronger record with 16-8 overall and a conference play record of 5-6. The game is scheduled to begin at 7:00 PM EST. In the betting world, George Mason has been seen as the favorite, opening with a -10.5 point spread, which has since been adjusted to -9.5.

Betting Odds

  • Moneyline: Colonials +369 | Patriots -500
  • Spread: Colonials +9.5 (-110) | Patriots -9.5 (-110)
  • Total: Over/Under 144.5 (-110)
  • Based on the moneyline, the implied probability that George Mason will win straight-up is 83%.

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George Washington Colonials

The George Washington Revolutionaries suffered their sixth consecutive conference loss against Loyola Chicago, resulting in a final score of 81-73. Despite initially holding a comfortable lead of 66-59 with five minutes remaining, the Ramblers mounted a strong comeback, outscoring the Revolutionaries 22-7 to secure the victory. James Bishop IV played an outstanding game, scoring 25 points, but it was not enough to prevent another loss for GW.

In an attempt to end their losing streak, the Revolutionaries will face the Patriots in Virginia on Tuesday night. Currently, GW ranks second in the conference in scoring offense but falls behind in field goal shooting and 3-point shooting, placing 11th and 10th respectively. However, the team is not hesitant to take shots from beyond the arc, as they rank fourth in the conference in 3-point field goals made per game. On the defensive end, the Revolutionaries struggle, ranking last in scoring defense, seventh in field goal defense, and seventh in 3-point defense. They excel in rebounding, ranking first in the conference in total rebounds per game but struggle with turnovers, ranking second to last in the A-10.

In terms of their performance this season, George Washington holds a power ranking of 333 and is ranked 60th in offense with an average of 79.23 points per game. However, their defense ranks poorly at 303rd, allowing an average of 76.91 points per game. With a record of 14-9 (9-13 ATS), the Revolutionaries have a field goal percentage of 44.49% (ranked 201st) and a free throw percentage of 74.17% (ranked 82nd). Their three-point shooting percentage stands at 35.25% (ranked 113th). The team is strong in rebounding, averaging 39.18 rebounds per game (ranked 45th), but struggles with turnovers, averaging 13.68 per game (ranked 315th). Defensively, GW allows opponents to shoot 41.27% from the field (ranking 62nd) and 73.68% from the free throw line (ranking 298th). They also allow 33.45% of three-pointers (ranked 193rd) and average 38.73 defensive rebounds per game (ranked 38.73rd). Notably, they average 11.32

George Mason Patriots Analysis

The George Mason Patriots recently broke a three-game losing streak with a 57-55 victory over Davidson. This win brings their overall record to 16-8 with a conference record of 5-6. Despite almost losing their seven-point lead in the final minutes, the Patriots managed to secure their fourth road win of the season. Keyshawn Hall was instrumental in the win, scoring 23 of his 25 points in the second half. The Patriots displayed strong defensive performance by holding Davidson to 34% shooting from the field and 25% from the 3-point range. Head coach Tony Skinn commended the team's total effort and the contributions from bench players. The Patriots aim to continue their success in their upcoming game and are focused on splitting the season series with the Revs. In terms of conference rankings, the Patriots are currently 10th in scoring offense, 3rd in field goal shooting, and 8th in three-point defense. Additionally, they are 6th in scoring defense, 4th in field goal defense, and 11th in 3-point defense. In terms of statistics, the Patriots have a power ranking of 215 and rank 191st for offense, averaging 73.77 points per game. They rank 86th for defense, giving up an average of 68.09 points per game. Their field goal percentage is 46.64%, ranking 74th, and they have a free throw percentage of 75.33%, ranking 50th. The Patriots make an average of 35.28% of their three-point shots, ranking 112th. They average 36.18 rebounds per game, ranking 150th, and have an average of 11.68 offensive assists and 11.32 turnovers per game, ranking 299th and 120 respectively. Defensively, the Patriots allow opponents to shoot 40.62% from the field, ranking 36th, and 72.44% from the free throw line, ranking 246th. They allow opponents to make an average of 35.26% of their three-point shots, ranking 293rd. Their defensive rebounding average is 32.00 per game, ranking 32nd. Additionally, the Patriots average 11.27 defensive assists and 10.36 turnovers per game, ranking 61st and 324th respectively.

George Mason Seeks Redemption in Highly Anticipated Rematch against GW

In the initial encounter between these two teams, George Mason faced a significant setback, trailing by 13 points at halftime and ultimately failing to regain their footing, resulting in a loss. It is noteworthy that George Mason, typically ranking third in the conference for field goal shooting percentage, demonstrated a subpar performance, shooting a mere 32% from the floor in the first game, with a particularly dismal 22% in the first half. However, we anticipate a notable turnaround in the upcoming rematch, as it will be played on our home turf. Furthermore, GW has suffered a string of six consecutive losses overall and currently ranks last in the A-10 in terms of scoring defense. Consequently, it is our expectation that the Patriots will rebound in the rematch, consequently achieving an even split of the season series. Moreover, it is worth mentioning that the Patriots boast a commendable record of 11-2 at home this season, while the Revs have secured only a solitary victory on the road. Hence, we recommend backing the Patriots to cover in this anticipated rematch.

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