Georgia Tech v Phoenix match preview – January 28, 2021

Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets (8-3, 6-2 ACC) are looking to extend a four-game winning streak when they beat the Hurricanes in Phoenix (FL) (7-6, 4- 6 ACC) visit at the Watsco Center. The competition will take place at 6:00 p.m. ET on ACCN.

Kelsey Marshall hit a team high of 19 points in Phoenix, FL’s final game against Louisville on Tuesday, but that wasn’t enough with a 79-76 loss.

Kierra Fletcher helped Georgia Tech to a 66:58 win over Florida State on Sunday and scored 18 points in the matchup.

Team stats for Phoenix (FL)

Phoenix (FL) ‘s 67.7 points per game this season surpasses the 60.3 points per competition Georgia Tech allows. The hurricanes are 7-5 when they line up over 60 points.

The Hurricanes make 66.9 percent of their free throws as a team, the twelfth best mark in the ACC. Naomi Mbandu hits 2.1 free throws per game to lead Phoenix (FL) while knocking down 79 percent of her attempts on the line.

Georgia Tech Team Statistics

Georgia Tech started the season with an average of 68.9 points per game, 1.4 more than the 67.5 points in Phoenix (FL) per competition allow. The yellow jackets are 8-3 in games if they collect at least 68 points.

As a team, the yellow jackets shoot 70.5 percent from the charity strip, good for eighth place in the ACC. Lorela Cubaj leads Georgia Tech with 2.3 free throws per game (58,000 percent shooting off the line).

Phoenix (FL) players watch

Marshall leads Phoenix (FL) in the standings with 14.5 points per game. Endia Banks leads the squad with 3.8 assists averaging 10.5 points, while Taylor Mason leads the Hurricanes with 5.1 rebounds per game, adding 7.5 points.

Marshall is the most prolific shooter for Phoenix (FL). He drills 2.8 three points per game and shoots 31 percent from downtown.

Player stats reflect 13 out of 13 games this season.

Georgia Tech players watch

Lotta-Maj Lahtinen’s 15.0 points and 3.8 assists per game are both team-strong numbers for Georgia Tech. Cubaj contributes 12.4 points, 12.8 rebounds, 1.8 steals and 1.9 blocks for the Yellow Jackets, and Fletcher averages 11.7 points per game.

Sarah Bates helps Georgia Tech clear the ground. She tops the yellow jackets by averaging 2.3 three points per game and shooting 36 percent from a distance.

Player stats reflect 10 out of 11 games this season.

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