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College Basketball Rankings, Saint Louis tops the current Top 25 in college basketball rankings. And 1 after a great start. Javonte Perkins seems to be the player he was before suffering a season-ending ACL tear in October 2021.
Saturdays in November are usually light in college basketball since football fills every television screen. As a result, the majority of famous teams just schedule around it, which is why Saint Louis was the only team in the CBS Sports Top 25 And 1 daily college basketball rankings to play on Saturday at College Basketball Rankings.
SLU 83, Evansville 65 in the end.
The Billikens are currently 2-0 with double-digit victories against mid-major opponents, and the good news is that Javonte Perkins seems to be the guy who led the team in scoring two years ago before suffering a season-ending ACL injury during an exhibition last October at the College Basketball betting Rankings. It was a sad turn of events, but the 6-foot-6 senior is now healthy and playing well. He’s averaging 17.0 points in 27.5 minutes per game while shooting 50.0% from 3-point range and 87.5% from the free throw line in two games.
The Billikens’ next game is on Tuesday night, when the Champions Classic between Kentucky and Michigan State and Duke and Kansas will take center stage. However, SLU-Memphis will be worth watching since it will be a matchup between two veteran-laden teams predicted to reach the 2023 NCAA Tournament; Memphis and Saint Louis rank sixth and tenth in Division I experience, respectively, according to OKBET.com. Both teams are older and are headed by talented point guards, including Kendric Davis and Yuri Collins, the latter of whom is averaging a national-best 13.5 assists per game for SLU after topping the country in the same category previous season.
Saint Louis is still ranked 26th in the CBS Sports Top 25 And 1 on Sunday morning. Following their game against Memphis on Tuesday, the Billikens will face Maryland on Saturday at the Mohegan Sun in Connecticut at the College Basketball Rankings.