No. 18 Memphis (5-2) and Ole Miss (5-2) face off in a college hoops showdown early Saturday afternoon. The Tigers started the season off hot, winning five straight games. They have hit a rough patch lately and are on a two-game skid. They lost their last matchup 82-79 to Georgia. The Rebels blew out Rider 75-51, extending their win streak to two games. Memphis is favored by one points at Caesers Sportsbook, while the Over-Under is set at 135.5.
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The model knows Memphis freshman Emoni Bates is averaging 12.1 points with three rebounds per game. Bates has scored over 10 points in five of the seven games he's played in. In his first collegiate game, Bates finished with 17 points, four rebounds and, four assists. The Michigan native found his stroke from beyond the arc and shot 4 of 7 in this matchup.
The model also knows Ole Miss senior guard Jarkel Joiner is averaging a team-best 15.4 points per game with 3.6 rebounds and 3.1 assists. Joiner has scored in double-digits in every game this season. He is coming off a solid performance against Rider. Joiner tallied 18 points, two rebounds, three assists as he shot 4 of 9 from three.
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