The Davidson Wildcats put their 12-game winning streak on the line against Richmond on Friday in a two-offense battle.
The Spiders rank 10th in the nation in low turnover per possession basis, while Davidson ranks 11th. But Richmond has Jacob Gaillard, the Division I all-time steals leader, who ranks No. 1 in the nation with 3.5 steals per game this season. 1 hung up.
The Wildcats are making 41.4 percent of their 3-point shots, which ranks second in Division I, but they are having problems defending the arc. Davidson is allowing opponents to shoot 34.9 percent from outside, which is 254th.
Second chances are hard to come by, as Davidson recovers 20.3 percent of his missed shots, which is the 326th and 296th of every field goal attempt.
Davidson is the fifth-highest rate on the road with 3-pointers at 42.9 percent, and while Richmond takes home 48 percent of the 3-point range, the Spiders win out.
Drama: Richmond, -1.5.