San Francisco vs. CSU Fullerton – Game Preview – December 7, 2021


San Francisco Dons (5-4) visit CSU Titans Fullerton (4-3) after Ioanna Krimili’s 29-point performance in the Dons 78-63 win over USC. The game will take place at 10 p.m. ET on Tuesday, December 7, 2021.

CSU Fullerton beat the Grand Canyon 60-53 in the team’s last outing on Saturday. Lily Wahinekapu scored 18 points, a team high, in the win.

San Francisco beat USC 78-63 in the team’s last outing on Sunday, led by Krimili’s record 29 points.

CSU Fullerton team stats

CSU Fullerton is averaging 61.7 points per game, five short of the 66.7 points San Francisco dropped per game. The Titans are just 0-1 this season after having amassed over 67 points.

The Titans have returned the ball fewer times than their opponents this season, forcing 15.5 takeaways per game while only giving basketball 17.2 times per game. San Francisco are 0-3 this season when they commit more than 16 turnovers.

San Francisco team statistics

San Francisco enters the game averaging 69 points per game over the season, five more than the 64 CSU Fullerton give up per game. The Dons are 4-0 in games when they score 64 or more points.

This season, the Dons have managed 8.6 shots per game from beyond the arc while limiting their opponents to 7.1 trebles. San Francisco is 2-1 when hitting at least nine downtown shots this season.

CSU Fullerton players to watch

Wahinekapu is CSU Fullerton’s top scorer, averaging 15.3 points per game, and the top passer with 4.7 assists per game. Fujika Nimmo adds 9.8 points and 1.5 steals for the Titans, and Ashlee Lewis contributes eight points and 6.2 rebounds per game.

Wahinekapu is the best bet for CSU Fullerton beyond the arc. She leads the team at three per game, knocking out 1.5 three-pointers per game with a downtown 31% shooting percentage.

Player stats reflect six of six games this season.

San Francisco players to watch

Krimili is San Francisco’s leading scorer and scores 20.6 points per game. Jessica McDowell-White leads the team with 2.4 assists and an average of 5.6 points, while Kennedy Dickie leads the Dons with 5.0 rebounds per game and adds 6.3 points.

Krimili turned out to be the best bet for San Francisco beyond the arc. She leads the team at three per game, hitting 3.3 treys per game (making 34% of her attempts).

Player stats reflect seven of the seven games this season.

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