California Baptist Lancers vs Washington Huskies Prediction, 11/17/2022 College Basketball Picks, Best Bets & Odds
Game: California Baptist Lancers vs Washington Huskies
Date: Thursday, November 17, 2022
Location: Alaska Airlines Arena in Seattle, WA
TV: Hulu Live TV
Alaska Airlines Arena is where the Washington Huskies (3-0) will meet the California Baptist Lancers (2-1) on Thursday.
The California Baptist Lancers stepped onto the hardwood against Cal State Northridge and went home with a win by a final score of 62-55 in their last game. Regarding personal fouls, the Lancers walked away with 14 while Cal State Northridge accumulated 21 personal fouls. They converted 3 of their 17 tries from beyond the arc. Cal State Northridge shot 75.0% from the free throw line by converting 6 of 8 attempts. Additionally, Cal State Northridge grabbed 35 rebounds (4 offensive, 31 defensive), but didn't have a block. Cal State Northridge recorded 10 assists and had 4 steals in the game. Concerning defense, California Baptist allowed their opponent to shoot 41.8% from the floor on 23 out of 55 shooting. They also dished out 12 assists in the game while forcing the other team into 14 turnovers and earning 4 steals. In the matter of grabbing boards, they earned 34 with 10 of them being offensive. At the charity stripe, the Lancers knocked down 11 of their 19 shots for a rate of 57.9%. California Baptist walked away from the contest having earned a 35.5% field goal percentage (22 out of 62) and knocked down 7 of their 26 shots from beyond the perimeter.
Reed Nottage is one guy who was a major factor in the matchup. He left the arena with 12 points on 4 of 8 shooting. He was on the hardwood for 27 minutes played and also totaled 5 rebounds. He walked away from this one shooting 50.0% from the floor and distributed 1 assist.
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California Baptist comes into this game with a mark of 2-1 this season. They turn it over 10.3 times per contest and as a team are committing 15.3 fouls every game. As a team, California Baptist is pulling in 34.7 rebounds per game and has accounted for 37 dimes on the season, which is 201st in Division 1 in terms of passing the rock. The Lancers are shooting 27.5% on shots beyond the perimeter (22 of 80) and 68.4% from the free throw line. They average 61.7 points per game (340th in Division 1) while connecting on 37.3% from the field.
Defensively, the Lancers are forcing their opponents into 13.7 turnovers every game while drawing 18.0 fouls. They are giving up 28.0% on shots from downtown and they are ranked 64th in D-1 in PPG allowed (59.0). The Lancers are allowing and opponent field goal percentage of 44.7% (71 of 159) and they relinquish 34.7 rebounds per contest as a group. They rank 238th in D-1 in allowing assists to the opposition with 38 conceded on the season.
The last time they took the hardwood, the Washington Huskies went home victorious with a score of 78-67 when they faced Utah Tech. In the matter of rebounding, Washington allowed Utah Tech to snag 34 in total (11 on the offensive glass). They finished the game shooting 29.2% from 3-point land via 7 of 24 and finished the game at 8 of 14 at the free throw line (57.1%). The Huskies permitted Utah Tech to convert 26 out of 64 tries from the field which had them shooting 40.6% in this contest. When the final whistle was blown, the Huskies walked away from this one shooting 27 out of 49 from the floor which gave them a rate of 55.1%. When it comes to shots from beyond the perimeter, Washington knocked down 12 of 20 attempts (60.0%). They were able to bury 12 of those for a percentage of 66.7%. Utah Tech earned 16 personal fouls for this contest which took the Huskies to the free throw line for 18 shots. They coughed up the ball 11 times, while getting 2 steals for the game. The Huskies were able to snag 19 defensive boards and 3 offensive boards totaling 22 for the game.
Keyon Menifield was important for the Huskies for the matchup. He converted 9 of 14 in this matchup giving him a rate of 64.3%, and tallied 2 rebounds. He totaled 26 points in his 40 minutes of playing time and had 3 assists for the game.
Washington has a mark of 3-0 for the season. The Huskies commit 17.3 fouls every game and they connect on 68.3% from the charity stripe. They are getting an assist 11.0 times per contest (308th in the country) and they are turning it over 10.7 times per contest. Washington has tallied 222 pts on the season (74.0 per contest) and they pull in 36.0 boards per game. When it comes to offensive execution, the Huskies are connecting on 46.5% from the field, which ranks them 148th in the country.
The Huskies on the defensive end are ranked 99th in college basketball in PPG allowed with 62.0. They are forcing 11.7 TO's per game and have let teams shoot 36.9% from the field (66th in D-1). The Washington defense gives up 25.0% from downtown (19 of 76) and opponents are making 75.5% of their shots from the charity stripe. They concede 9.7 dimes and 33.7 rebounds per game, which is 86th and 146th in Division 1.
So what is Tonights Parlay prediction?
Parlay's Pundit's Pick: Take Washington and under the total points
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