Seattle at Saint Louis College Basketball Picks & Predictions 11/10/2017
Friday, November 10, 2017
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The Seattle Redhawks head to Chaifetz Arena to take on the Saint Louis Billikens on Friday, November 10, 2017.
Seattle comes into this game after finishing last season with an overall record of 13-16. They had a point differential of -1.7 as they averaged 69.7 points per game while giving up 71.4 per contest. Saint Louis had an overall record of 11-20 last season. They averaged 61.4 points per game and surrendered 69.3, good for a point differential of -7.9.
Valuable Seattle Redhawks Betting Trends
The Seattle Redhawks were 1-1 against the spread last season
The Seattle Redhawks were 0-1 against the over/under last year
Important Saint Louis Billikens Betting Trends
The Saint Louis Billikens were 19-11 against the spread last season
The Saint Louis Billikens were 10-17 against the over/under last year
Key Seattle Redhawks Injuries
03/09/17 C Aaron Menzies Undisclosed out for the season
Key Saint Louis Billikens Injuries
01/10/17 G Jermaine Bishop Ankle out indefinitely
Brendan Westendorf averaged 14.3 points per contest while playing 32.4 minutes per night last year. He grabbed 4.2 rebounds per contest and distributed 3.7 assists per game. His FG percentage was 40% while his free throw percentage was 83%. William Powell averaged 10.7 points per contest in 30.2 minutes per game last year. He averaged 3.2 assists per game and 5.2 rebounds per contest. His field goal percentage was 50% for the season while his free throw percentage was 73%.
Davell Roby scored 11.7 points per contest while playing 32.4 minutes per game last season. He hauled in 3.2 rebounds per contest and had 3.5 assists per game on the season. His FG percentage was 40% and his free throw percentage finished at 73%. Mike Crawford averaged 10.2 points per game last year and he saw the court an average of 31.2 minutes per game. He also brought in 3.6 rebounds per game and had 2.1 assists per contest. His field goal percentage was 38% and his free throw percentage was 66%.
Useful Team Statistics
Seattle averaged 69.7 points per contest last year, which was 261st in the nation. Their average scoring margin was -1.7 and their shooting percentage was 43% as a unit, which had them ranked 242nd. From 3-point territory they shot 34%, which was good for 210th in Division 1. They averaged 33.7 boards per contest and 15.9 assists per game, which ranked them 277th and 39th in those offensive categories. In the turnover department they were 56th with 14.5 per game. The Redhawks allowed 71.4 points per contest, which was 155th in the country. They also surrendered a 40% shooting percentage and a 32% average from 3-point range, ranking them 26th and 31st in defensive field goal percentage. Opponents averaged 37.9 rebounds a game which ranked 300th, and they allowed 15.7 assists per game which put them in 325th place in college basketball. They forced 13.8 turnovers per game which ranked them 240th in D-1.
Useful Team Statistics
Saint Louis was 348th in the country with 61.4 points per contest last season. They were 331st in the nation in shooting at 40%, while their average scoring margin was -7.9. They shot 34% from beyond the arc, which was good for 219th in Division 1. They were 298th in the country in rebounding with 33.1 boards per contest and 225th in assists per game with 12.8. The Billikens were 138th in turnovers per contest with 13.4. The Billikens gave up 69.3 points per game, which ranked them 104th in the nation. Their defense surrendered a 44% shooting percentage and a 36% average from behind the 3-point line, ranking them 185th and 221st in those defensive statistics. They ranked 306th with 15.0 dimes allowed per game and 206th with 35.7 boards surrendered per contest. The Billikens were 33rd in college basketball in forcing turnovers with 11.1 per contest last year.
The Redhawks were 310th in the nation last year in offensive rating with 97.4, and their defensive rating of 99.8 was ranked 106th. In terms of pace they were 156th in the country with 70.1 possessions per 40 minutes, and their effective field goal percentage of 51% was 159th. As a team they were 161st in college basketball in true shooting percentage with 55% and they shot 3-pointers on 46% of their shots, ranking 13th in Division 1. Seattle was 28th in turnovers, as they turned the ball over an average of 18.6 times per 100 possessions while forcing 16.7 on the defensive end. Their defensive effective field goal percentage for the season was 47%, which was 49th in the nation.
Saint Louis was 47th in college basketball in turnovers, as they turned the ball over an average of 18.1 times per 100 possessions while forcing 14.9 on the defensive end. Their defensive effective field goal percentage for the season was 51%, which was 199th in the nation. The Billikens were 343rd in the country in offensive rating with 93, and their defensive rating of 105.1 was ranked 233rd. In terms of pace they were 326th in Division 1 with 65.5 possessions per 40 minutes, and their effective field goal percentage of 47% was 319th. As a team they were 320th in D-1 in true shooting percentage with 50% and they shot 3-pointers on 39% of their shots, ranking 118th in the nation.
Who will win tonight's Seattle/Saint Louis college basketball game against the spread?
Guy's Pick: Take Seattle
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