How to Watch Texas A&M vs. Missouri Basketball: Live Stream & TV Channel Info – January 23

The Missouri Tigers (8-10, 0-5 SEC) will try to stop a five-game losing streak when they hit the road to take on the Texas A&M Aggies (11-7, 2-3 SEC) on Tuesday, January 23, 2024 at Reed Arena. The contest airs at 9:00 PM ET on SEC Network.

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Aggies vs. Tigers Game Info

  • Date: Tuesday, January 23, 2024
  • Time: 9:00 PM ET
  • TV: SEC Network
  • Live Stream: Stream NCAA men’s basketball on Paramount Plus and Hulu + Live TV
  • Where: College Station, Texas
  • Venue: Reed Arena

Aggies Insights

  • With 74.7 points per game on offense, Texas A&M ranks 180th in college basketball. At the other end, it cedes 68.8 points per contest, which ranks 106th in college basketball.
  • The Aggies are top-25 this season in rebounding, ranking third-best in college basketball with 44.1 boards per game. Meanwhile, they rank 113th with 33.7 rebounds allowed per contest.
  • Texas A&M ranks 313th in the country with 11.4 dimes per game.
  • The Aggies are forcing 10.9 turnovers per game this season (262nd-ranked in college basketball), but they’ve committed only 9.5 turnovers per game (24th-best).
  • Texas A&M ranks second-worst in the nation with a 26.8% shooting percentage from downtown. Meanwhile, it is draining 6.8 treys per game (240th-ranked in college basketball).
  • With 8.4 three-pointers conceded per game, the Aggies rank 299th in the country. They are allowing a 34% shooting percentage from three-point land, which ranks 231st in college basketball.
  • Texas A&M has taken 60.8% two-pointers and 39.2% from three-point land this year. Of the team’s buckets, 73.4% are two-pointers and 26.6% are three-pointers.

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Tigers Insights

  • On offense Missouri is the 173rd-ranked squad in college basketball (75.1 points per game). Defensively it is 249th (74.2 points conceded per game).
  • On the boards, the Tigers are 19th-worst in the country in rebounds (32.2 per game). They are 294th in rebounds conceded (37.4 per game).
  • With 13.3 assists per game, Missouri is 184th in college basketball.
  • In terms of turnovers, the Tigers are 58th in the nation in committing them (10.1 per game). They are 54th in forcing them (13.7 per game).
  • Beyond the arc, Missouri is 115th in the nation in 3-pointers made per game (8.2). It is 220th in 3-point percentage at 33%.
  • Defensively, the Tigers are 242nd in the nation in 3-pointers conceded per game at 7.8. They are 234th in 3-point percentage allowed at 34.1%.
  • Missouri takes 41.5% percent of its shots from behind the 3-point line, and 30.5% of its made baskets are from there. Inside the 3-point line, it takes 58.5% of its shots, with 69.5% of its makes coming from there.

Aggies Leaders

  • The leader in points and assists for the Aggies is Wade Taylor IV, who scores 19.5 points and distributes 3.9 assists per game.
  • Andersson Garcia leads Texas A&M in rebounding, grabbing 8.9 boards per game while also scoring 5.7 points a contest.
  • Taylor makes more threes per game than any other member of the Aggies, knocking down shots from beyond the arc at a clip of 2.4 per contest.
  • Taylor and Wildens Leveque lead Texas A&M on the defensive end, with Taylor leading the team in steals averaging 2.2 per game and Leveque in blocks averaging 0.9 per contest.

Tigers Leaders

  • Sean East’s points (15.9 per game) and assists (3.7 per game) stat lines give him the top scoring and assists spots on the Tigers’ leaderboards.
  • Noah Carter is at the top of the Missouri rebounding leaderboard with 5.3 rebounds per game. He also racks up 12.4 points and adds 1.5 assists per game.
  • Nick Honor is reliable from deep and leads the Tigers with 2.2 made threes per game.
  • Missouri’s leader in steals is Anthony Robinson II (1.5 per game), and its leader in blocks is Aidan Shaw (1.4 per game).
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