Miami Hurricanes vs. UCF Knights – By the Numbers
4 – Number of Knights that scored in the double digits against Old Dominion: junior guard Calvin Newell (17), senior forward Keith Clanton (15), sophomore forward Kasey Wilson (14) and junior guard Isaiah Sykes (14).
5 – Steals by UCF junior guard Isaiah Sykes against Old Dominion.
7 – Number of times the Hurricanes have faced the Knights in the past. Miami holds a 6-1 series lead.
8 – Rebounds grabbed by UCF junior forward Tristan Spurlock against Old Dominion.
12 – Shots blocked by Miami against Charlotte, setting a new season high and marking the fourth straight game with at least five blocks.
15.3 – Points per game averaged through six games this season by Miami sophomore guard Shane Larkin. At this point last season, he was averaging 8.3 points per game.
16 – Points scored by Miami senior guard Durand Scott against Charlotte, making this his fourth straight game with 15 or more points. He also grabbed 12 rebounds for his first double-double this season.
17 – Points scored by Miami senior forward/center Kenny Kadji against Charlotte, which led the team and set a new season high.
44.1 – Three-point field goal percent that UCF is shooting for the season, which leads the nation.
48.2 – Percent that Miami shot from the field (27-57) against Charlotte. The Canes also shot 46.7 percent (7-15) from a distance, making this the fifth straight home game that Miami has shot better than 45 percent.