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https://www.cbssports.com/college-basketball/news/college-basketball-season-starts-in-50-days-so-heres-50-fun-facts-to-get-you-ready/

 

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Think college basketball's quality of play is down? You're wrong. Stat master Ken Pomeroy tracks more data than you can count, and he reports that the 2016-17 season set men's college basketball records in free throw accuracy (70.4 percent) and 2-point percentage (49.3). Plus, 36.4 percent of shots were 3-point range, the most ever, and 30. percent of points came via 3s, also a record. College hoops' gameplay is getting better. 

 

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44 minutes ago, 49r said:

Got an email this morning letting me know the Season Tickets have been shipped.  That's when you know it's real.

 

Cool I got one in my junk folder so i assumed it was spam. 

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SI projects Copeland as the No. 29 scorer among transfers at 11.1 ppg, Palmer No. 54 at 8.0. Neither of the freshmen make the top 50, which takes at least 7.5 ppg.

 

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Sports Illustrated’s 2017-18 college basketball projections are a collaboration between economist Dan Hanner, SI’s Chris Johnson and SI’s Jeremy Fuchs. The system uses college and AAU statistics, recruiting rankings and coaching data to project every Division I player and team.

I found this pretty interesting in regards to player projections for the year ahead:

https://www.si.com/college-basketball/2016/10/12/team-rankings-projections-predictions-system

Edited by Chuck Taylor

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