Golden Eagles vs. Sideline Cancer
TBT Tournament: Tuesday, July 14, 2020 at 7:00 pm
The Line: Sideline Cancer +4.5 -- Over/Under: 151.5 Click to Get Latest Betting Odds
Golden Eagles and Sideline Cancer meet Tuesday in TBT Tournament basketball action at the Nationwide Arena.
Golden Eagles have made it to the championship as a fourth seed and beating Team CP3, Brotherly Love and Red Scare. Golden Eagles are averaging 79.3 points per game and allowing 71 points per game. Darius Johnson-Odom is averaging 17.3 points and one block while Jamil Wilson is averaging 17.3 points and seven rebounds. Dwight Buycks is the third double-digit scorer and Elgin Cook is averaging eight points and 5.3 rebounds. Golden Eagles are averaging 28.7 rebounds per game and 2.7 blocks per game. Golden Eagles are averaging 11 turnovers and 33.3 bench points per game.
Sideline Cancer are in the championship as a 22 seed, and they put together wins over Team Hines, Team Challenge ALS, Boeheim’s Army and Overseas Elite. Marcus Keene is averaging 20 points and 4.5 assists while Diamond Stone is averaging 19 points and six rebounds. Remy Abell is the third double-digit scorer and Maurice Creek is averaging 14.5 points and six rebounds. Sideline Cancer are averaging 75.3 points per game and allowing 67.5 points per game. Sideline Cancer are averaging 40.3 rebounds per game and 3.3 blocks per game. Sideline Cancer are averaging 12.3 turnovers and 17.8 bench points per game.
Golden Eagles have an edge heading into this matchup given that they've played less basketball to get to this point and have had less stressful moments. Golden Eagles also have a far and away better bench and are the deeper team overall. However, it just feels like Sideline Cancer is a team of destiny and isn't going to let anything stop them from winning this tournament. Whether it's the comeback and walk off win over Team Hines, the big underdog victory over Team Challenge ALS or another last second victory over Overseas Elite, Sideline Cancer just finds a way to get it done and has a dog in Keene who can put the team on his back when they need it most. I've seen enough from Sideline Cancer to just accept that they're going to hang around and find a way to get it done in the end.
Give me Sideline Cancer to win this tournament and walk away with the million dollars.