Washington vs Stanford NCAA Basketball Betting Tips 1/9/2020
Game: Washington Huskies vs Stanford Cardinal
Date: Thursday, January 9, 2020
Location: Maples Pavilion in Stanford, CA
Odds/Point Spread: Stanford -2
The Washington Huskies travel to Maples Pavilion to play the Stanford Cardinal on Thursday, January 9, 2020. The opening line for this matchup has Stanford as 2 point favorites.
Washington heads into this matchup with a mark of 11-4. They currently have a point differential of 10.5 as they are averaging 73.6 points per contest while giving up 63.1 per game. Stanford has an overall record of 12-2. They are averaging 72.0 points per game and surrendering 58.3, good for a point differential of 13.7.
Valuable Washington Huskies Betting Trends
The Washington Huskies are 7-7-0 against the spread
The Washington Huskies are 6-6-2 against the over/under
Important Stanford Cardinal Betting Trends
The Stanford Cardinal are 10-4-0 against the spread
The Stanford Cardinal are 3-10-1 against the over/under
Key Washington Huskies Injuries
12/22/19 G Marcus Tsohonis Illness expected to redshirt
Key Stanford Cardinal Injuries
11/05/19 F Kodye Pugh Knee is out for season
Isaiah Stewart comes into this contest averaging 19.5 points per game while playing 30.5 minutes per night this season. He pulls down 9.1 rebounds per game and dishes out 0.7 assists per game as well. His field goal percentage is 60% while his free throw percentage currently sits at 76%. Nahziah Carter averages 13.3 points per game in 31.8 minutes per contest this season. He averages 1.3 assists per contest and 5.7 rebounds per game. His field goal percentage is 47% for the year while his free throw percentage is 66%.
Oscar Da Silva averages 17.0 points per game while playing 28.6 minutes per contest this year. He grabs 5.6 rebounds per game and has 1.7 assists per contest on the year. His field goal percentage is 60% and his free throw percentage is at 82%. Tyrell Terry averages 15.1 points per game this season and he sees the court an average of 30.7 minutes per contest. He also averages 5.2 rebounds per contest and 3.3 assists per game. His field goal percentage is 47% and his free throw percentage is 89%.
Useful Team Statistics
Washington averages 73.6 points per contest this season, which ranks them 137th in the NCAA. Their average scoring margin is 10.5 and their shooting percentage is 48% as a team, which has them ranked 34th. Behind the arc they shoot 33% which is good for 179th in the nation. They average 35.3 rebounds per game and 13.6 assists per game, which ranks them 199th and 162nd in those offensive categories. In the turnover department they rank 80th with 14.9 per game. The Huskies allow 63.1 points per game to their opponents which ranks them 56th in the country. They also allow a 37% shooting percentage and a 31% average from behind the arc, ranking them 13th and 104th in those defensive categories. Opponents average 34.6 rebounds a game which ranks 152nd and they give up 13.0 assists per contest, which puts them in 216th place in Division 1. They force 14.7 turnovers per game which ranks them 222nd in D-1.
Useful Team Statistics
Stanford is 177th in the country with 72.0 points per game this year. They are 15th in Division 1 in shooting at 49%, while their average scoring margin is 13.7. They shoot 39% from 3-point range, which is good for 14th in the nation. They are 217th in the NCAA in rebounding with 35.0 boards per game, and 189th in assists per contest with 13.2. The Cardinal are 59th in turnovers per game with 15.1. The Cardinal surrender 58.3 points per contest, which ranks them 8th in D-1. Their defense allows a 39% shooting percentage and a 30% average from 3-point range, ranking them 31st and 68th in those defensive statistics. They rank 22nd with 9.6 assists allowed per contest and 106th with 33.5 rebounds surrendered per game. The Cardinal are 318th in country in forcing turnovers with 17.0 per game.
The Huskies are 138th in the nation in offensive rating with 103.6. In terms of pace they are 134th in the country with 71.1 possessions per 40 minutes, and their effective field goal percentage of 53% is 71st. As a team they are 42nd in college basketball in true shooting percentage with 57% and they shoot 3-pointers on 34% of their shots, ranking 261st in Division 1. Washington is 56th in turnovers, as they turn the ball over an average of 18.7 times per 100 possessions.
Stanford is 30th in college basketball in turnovers, as they turn the ball over an average of 19.6 times per 100 possessions. The Cardinal are 157th in the country in offensive rating with 102.4. In terms of pace they are 179th in Division 1 with 70.3 possessions per 40 minutes, and their effective field goal percentage of 55% is 23rd. As a team they are 25th in D-1 in true shooting percentage with 58% and they shoot 3-pointers on 35% of their shots, ranking 237th in the nation.
Who will win tonight's Washington/Stanford college basketball game against the spread?
Guy's Pick: Take Stanford -2
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