Washington Huskies vs Nevada Wolf Pack Prediction, 11/24/2021 College Basketball Pick, Tips and Odds
Game: Washington Huskies vs Nevada Wolf Pack
Date: Wednesday, November 24, 2021
Location: Sanford Pentagon in Sioux Falls, SD
The Nevada Wolf Pack (1-4) are welcoming the Washington Huskies (3-2) at Sanford Pentagon on Wednesday.
The Washington Huskies played George Mason and earned the victory with a final of 77-74 in their last game. With respect to fouls, the Huskies walked away with 18 while George Mason finished the game with 23 fouls. They knocked down 9 of 23 attempts from beyond the arc. George Mason walked away from this one shooting 80.8% at the free throw line by making 21 of 26 tries. Moreover, George Mason totaled 33 boards (10 offensive, 23 defensive), but wrapped up the game with no rejections. George Mason earned 11 assists and had 3 steals in this matchup. With regard to defending, Washington allowed the other team to go 40.7% from the field on 22 out of 54 shooting. They also dished out 15 assists in this contest as well as forcing 14 turnovers and earning 10 steals. With regard to rebounding, they compiled a total of 27 with 8 of them being offensive. From the free throw line, the Huskies converted 21 of their 28 tries for a rate of 75.0%. Washington finished having earned a 48.1% field goal percentage (25 out of 52) and knocked down 6 of their 20 3-point attempts.
Terrell Brown is a guy who had an impact for the contest. He left the arena with 30 points on 10 out of 29 shooting. He saw the court for 44 mins and collected 3 rebounds. He walked away from this one shooting 34.5% from the field and also dished out 3 assists.
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Washington will enter this matchup with a win-loss mark of 3-2 for the year. They turn it over 11.2 times per contest and as a squad are committing 20.2 fouls on a nightly basis. As a team, Washington is snagging 38.6 boards per game and has 40 dimes on the campaign, which ranks 318th in college hoops in terms of passing. The Huskies are connecting on 25.3% on shots from 3-point land (25 of 99) and 67.3% from the free throw line. They average 71.6 points per game (200th in college hoops) on 35.7% from the field.
Defensively, the Huskies are able to force 18.6 turnovers per contest while drawing 25.6 personal fouls. They are surrendering 32.6% on 3-pointers while they are 208th in college basketball in opponents PPG (69.8). The Huskies defense is allowing a FG percentage of 40.4% (116 of 287) and they surrender 42.8 boards per game as a team. They currently rank 80th in D-1 in giving up assists to their opponents with 44 relinquished so far this year.
When they last stepped on the court, the Nevada Wolf Pack took a loss by a final score of 102-75 when they played South Dakota State. Concerning rebounding, Nevada permitted South Dakota State to grab 40 overall (7 on the offensive side). They finished 51.5% from behind the 3-point line by going 17 out of 33 and ended up going 11 of 17 from the charity stripe (64.7%). The Wolf Pack permitted South Dakota State to bury 37 of their 63 attempts from the field which gave them a shooting percentage of 58.7% in this matchup. When the game finished, the Wolf Pack went 27 out of 68 from the floor which had them sitting at 39.7%. Concerning shooting from distance, Nevada made 7 of 22 attempts (31.8%). They were able to bury 14 of the free throw tries for a rate of 73.7%. South Dakota State earned 21 fouls for the contest which took the Wolf Pack to the charity stripe for a total of 19 tries. They also coughed up the ball 13 times, while recording 8 steals for the matchup. The Wolf Pack were able to corral 18 defensive boards and 8 offensive boards totaling 26 for the matchup.
Will Baker ended up being a factor for the Wolf Pack for this game. He converted 10 out of 12 in this game for a field goal rate of 83.3%, and had 3 rebounds. He earned 24 points in his 27 mins of playing time, but wasn't able to earn an assist.
Nevada has a win-loss record of 1-4 for the season. The Wolf Pack are committing 13.6 fouls per game and they connect on 76.6% from the charity stripe. They are assisting teammates 18.2 times per game (28th in the nation) and they lose possession by turning the ball over 12.0 times per game. Nevada has earned 378 points on the year (75.6 per contest) and they snag 35.4 rebounds per contest. As an offense, the Wolf Pack are connecting on 44.2% from the floor, which ranks them 177th in the nation.
The Wolf Pack defensively are ranked 345th in D-1 in points allowed per contest with 84.4. They are forcing their opponents into 12.8 turnovers on a nightly basis and have allowed teams to shoot 49.7% from the floor (340th in college basketball). The Nevada defense concedes 39.8% on 3-point shots (53 of 133) and their opponents are converting on 67.2% of their foul shots. They have allowed 17.6 dimes and 37.8 boards on a nightly basis, which is ranked 346th and 270th in the country.
Who will win tonight's NCAA basketball game against the spread?
Tony Sink's Pick: Take Washington
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