George Mason vs Dayton Basketball Picks 2-21-24

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The Dayton Flyers and the George Mason Patriots meet in college basketball action from the EagleBank Arena on Wednesday night. Who comes out on top in this A-10 matchup? Let’s dive in and find out with our Dayton vs. George Mason Prediction.

Dayton Team Preview

The Dayton Flyers come into this one looking to build on back-to-back wins after a 78-70 win over Fordham last time out. DaRon Holmes II leads the Flyers in scoring with 20 PPG along with 8 RPG and 2.5 APG while Nate Santos has 12.1 PPG with 6.6 RPG this season. Koby Brea has 10.4 PPG, rounding off the group of double-digit scorers for the Flyers so far this season. Kobe Elvis has 9.2 PPG with 3.5 APG while Javon Bennett has 9 PPG with a team-high 3.6 APG. Enoch Cheeks also has 7 PPG and 4.9 RPG as well on the year. As a team, Dayton is averaging 74 PPG on 47.6% shooting from the field, 39% from three and 72.8% from the foul line this season.

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George Mason Team Preview

The George Mason Patriots come into this one looking to build on back-to-back wins after a 90-67 win over George Washington last time out. Keyshawn Hall leads the Patriots in scoring and rebounding with 17.8 PPG and 8.7 RPG while Amari Kelly has 12 PPG with 6.2 RPG as well. Darius Maddox has 13.8 PPG with 3.5 RPG to cap off the trio of double-digit scorers for GMU so far this year while Ronald Polite III has 7.7 PPG and a team-high 2.9 APG as well on the year. As a team, George Mason is averaging 73.7 PPG on 46.9% shooting from the field, 35.9% from three and 74.7% from the foul line this season.

Dayton vs. George Mason Prediction

I’m on Dayton here. Dayton’s been one of the best in the conference and in the country on both ends of the floor, and I don’t see George Mason being able to slow them down here. The Flyers get after it defensively and don’t give up many free throws, and that’s been how George Mason’s had a lot of success offensively this season. I think Dayton does enough to pick up a win and cover on the road so I’ll back the Flyers here.

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