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Charleston Southern BuccaneersHigh Point Panthers
Jan 2, 7:00 PM | Millis Center

Charleston Southern Buccaneers vs High Point Panthers Odds

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Earning a win and covering the posted spread will be the goals for Charleston Southern when they take on the Panthers on Monday in college hoops betting action.

High Point will face the 9-4 Buccaneers, who own a 0-1 ATS mark on the season. In totals betting, the Panthers are 0-0 favoring the UNDER so far this season while the Buccaneers are 0-1 favoring the OVER.

View Charleston Southern vs High Point Odds and Stats.

Power Rankings / Prediction:
This game matches up the No. 141 (Panthers) and the No. 168 (Buccaneers) teams in the league, according to our current NCAAB power rank. A 81-76 result in favor of the Buccaneers has been projected by the scores prediction engine.

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How They Match Up:
Offensively, the game matches up High Point's No. 112 nationally ranked offense (72.1 points per game) against a Buccaneers defense that sits as the No. 279 at 72.2 PPG. The Panthers have been averaging 43.7% from the field, less than the Buccaneers have managed so far this season (45.8% on average).

Comparing how these foes stack up statistically, Charleston Southern owns the country's No. 260-rated mark, allowing 75.6 points per game on the highway. High Point, on the other hand, rates No. 91 in scoring at home.

In their last action, Charleston Southern was an 81-76 winner on the road against Liberty. Charleston Southern got 23 points from Saah Nimley en route to an 81-76 victory over Liberty on Saturday at Randolph Athletic Center.

In their last action, High Point was a 55-52 loser at home against Coastal Carolina. High Point got 15 points from Shay Shine but lost anyway, 55-52, to Coastal Carolina on Saturday at Millis Center.

Next up:
Charleston Southern home to Campbell, Thursday, January 5
High Point at Presbyterian, Thursday, January 5

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