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Preview: Campbell @ South Carolina Upstate

On December 2, 2016 at 9:23 am EST

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

On Friday afternoon, the Campbell Fighting Camels face the South Carolina Upstate Spartans. The Fighting Camels are 3-3, while the Spartans are 3-4.

The Fighting Camels are 1-2 on the road. The Spartans are 1-1 at McAlister Field House. This game is a part of the Holy City Hoops Classic at 4 pm EST.6858_usc_upstate__spartans-alternate-2003

These two teams are playing for the first-time since Feb. 26, 2011. South Carolina Upstate won this game 70-64.

The Fighting Camels haven’t beat the Spartans since Dec. 16, 2010. They won 67-60 in this particular game.

In the past eight meetings between these two teams, Campbell has won five times. Besides the 2011 win, South Carolina Update also won 73-65 on Jan. 24, 2009 and 66-59 on Jan. 12, 2008.

The Fighting Camels are on a two-game win streak. They haven’t lost since losing to Samford Bulldogs on Nov. 21 when they lost 66-53.

The Spartans are on a two-game losing streak. They haven’t won since defeating Charlotte 49ers 108-103 in overtime on Nov. 22.

Campbell is averaging 74 points per game, while South Carolina Upstate is averaging 76.9.

Chris Clemons leads the Camels with 23.2 points per game. Shane Whitfield is averaging 5.2 rebounds and Clemons leads with 3.3 assists per contest.

Mike Cunningham leads the Spartans with 14.6 points per game. Michael Buchanan is averaging 9.4 rebounds and Josh Cuthbertson leads with 4.4 assists.

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