The George Washington Revolutionaries (3-0) aim to continue a three-game home win streak when they host the New Hampshire Wildcats (2-1) on November 18, 2023.
George Washington was victorious in its previous game against Hofstra, 71-60, on Tuesday. James Bishop led the way with 17 points, plus three boards and three assists. New Hampshire won its previous game against Brown, 82-64, on Tuesday. Clarence O. Daniels II starred with 36 points, and also had nine boards and two assists.
When is George Washington vs. New Hampshire and when does it start?
This matchup between the Revolutionaries and Wildcats is scheduled to tip off on Saturday, November 18, 2023. You can expect the opening tip at 1:00 PM ET.
Where to Watch George Washington vs. New Hampshire
The Revolutionaries and Wildcats will take to the hardwood at Charles E. Smith Center for this matchup on November 18, and if you would like to see the game live, get your tickets now from Vivid Seats!
What channel is the game on?
You can catch this game live on ESPN+.
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George Washington Stats, Odds & Insights (2022-23)
Offensively, George Washington was the 67th-ranked team in college basketball (76.3 points per game) last year. Defensively, it was 23rd-worst (76.7 points allowed per game).
Last year, the 76.3 points per game the Revolutionaries scored were 9.3 more points than the Wildcats allowed (67.0).
George Washington was 202nd in the nation in 3-pointers made (7.2 per game) and 288th in 3-point percentage (32.1%) last season.
In home games, the Revolutionaries put up 0.9 more points per game last year (77.6) than they did in away games (76.7).
New Hampshire Stats, Odds & Insights (2022-23)
Last season New Hampshire posted 66.4 points per game (314th-ranked in college basketball) and ceded 67.0 points per contest (82nd-ranked).
The Wildcats put up an average of 66.4 points per game last year, 10.3 fewer points than the 76.7 the Revolutionaries gave up to opponents.
New Hampshire drained 8.3 treys per game (84th-ranked in college basketball) last year, while sporting a 34.2% three-point percentage (176th-ranked).
In 2022-23, the Wildcats scored 14.2 more points per game at home (73.5) than away (59.3).
Revolutionaries Key Players (2022-23)
Wildcats Key Players (2022-23
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