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Statistic About 199 Combined Points
While I was looking at hundreds of scores, the game topic got locked, so I'm starting a new one. The 199 combined points was the most in a game with at least one CAA team this season. The previous two times it happened, there were under 199 points after regulation. The last time it happened in regulation was when William & Mary beat Marshall 114-104 on November 29, 2017. The last time it happened between two CAA teams in regulation was when you beat William & Mary 105-94 in the CAA Semifinals on March 5, 2017. Today and that game are the only times since at least 2004-2005 that two CAA teams played a game with at least 199 combined points after regulation. Both times were 199, so 200 hasn't been done since at least 2004-2005.
02-02-2019 10:47 PM
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