Seattle Redhawks vs Washington Huskies Prediction, 11/28/2022 College Basketball Picks, Best Bets & Odds
Game: Seattle Redhawks vs Washington Huskies
Date: Monday, November 28, 2022
Location: Alaska Airlines Arena in Seattle, WA
TV: Hulu Live TV
The Seattle Redhawks (5-0) are headed to Alaska Airlines Arena on Monday where they will take on the Washington Huskies (5-1).
The Seattle Redhawks played Pacific Lutheran and earned the victory with a final of 89-53 in their last contest. Seattle ended the game with a 51.7% field goal percentage (31 out of 60) and knocked down 11 of 22 shots from beyond the arc. At the free throw line, the Redhawks converted 16 of their 21 attempts for a rate of 76.2%. With regard to hauling in rebounds, they collected 35 with 7 of them being of the offensive variety. They also doled out 20 assists in this matchup while forcing 20 turnovers and getting 13 steals. When it comes to defense, Seattle allowed 39.6% from the field on 21 out of 53 shooting. Pacific Lutheran earned 14 dimes and had 7 steals in this matchup. On top of that, Pacific Lutheran snagged 26 rebounds (3 offensive, 23 defensive), but didn't notch a rejection. Pacific Lutheran finished 50.0% when shooting free throws by converting 5 of their 10 tries. They converted 6 of their 16 shots from 3-point land. Regarding personal fouls, the Redhawks finished with 11 and Pacific Lutheran racked up 18 personal fouls.
Kobe Williamson is someone who had an impact in this game. He finished the contest at 83.3% from the field and totaled 5 assists. He was on the court for 25 mins played and also pulled down 7 rebounds. He walked away with 13 points on 5 of 6 shooting.
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Seattle enters this one with a win-loss record of 5-0 so far this year. They lose possession via turnover 13.0 times per contest and as a squad they are committing 18.2 personal fouls on a nightly basis. As a unit, Seattle is grabbing 40.4 boards per game and has earned 81 assists this season, which has them ranked 201st in the nation in terms of passing the ball. The Redhawks are connecting on 41.8% on 3-point shots (59 of 141) and 68.5% from the charity stripe. They average 88.6 pts per contest (9th in the country) while hitting 49.2% from the field.
When they are on the defensive end, the Redhawks are forcing 15.2 turnovers every game while drawing 19.0 personal fouls. They are surrendering 28.0% on three-point shots while they are 80th in college hoops in PPG from their opponents (63.6). The Redhawks defense is allowing a field goal percentage of 38.8% (112 of 289) and they surrender 29.6 boards per contest as a group. They are ranked 51st in the nation in allowing assists to their opponents with 58 surrendered on the year.
In their last game, the Washington Huskies went home victorious with a score of 68-64 when they played St. Mary's. When discussing rebounding, Washington permitted St. Mary's to get 29 in all (10 offensive). They went 20.7% from distance by connecting on 6 of 29 and finished the contest at 10 of 14 at the charity stripe (71.4%). The Huskies permitted St. Mary's to knock down 24 of 64 tries from the floor which left them with a shooting percentage of 37.5% for the game. When the final whistle was blown, the Huskies shot 23 for 52 from the field which gave them a shooting percentage of 44.2%. In terms of three-point shots, Washington converted 5 of their 13 tries (38.5%). They were able to convert 17 of the free throws for a rate of 81.0%. St. Mary's earned 15 fouls for the game which got the Huskies to the charity stripe for a total of 21 tries. They also turned it over 22 times, while recording 7 steals in the game. The Huskies recorded 24 defensive rebounds and 10 offensive rebounds for a total of 34 for this game.
Keion Brooks pitched in for the Huskies for the game. He made 4 of 11 in this contest giving him a field goal percentage of 36.4%, and had 11 rebounds. He recorded 14 points in his 43 minutes on the court and had 2 dimes in this contest.
Washington has a record of 5-1 so far this season. As an offensive unit, the Huskies are connecting on 43.5% from the field, which is 219th in the country. Washington has earned 416 pts for the season (69.3 per game) and they average 36.2 rebounds per game. They are assisting teammates 8.8 times per game (353rd in D-1) and they turn the ball over 13.2 times per game. The Huskies have committed 17.3 personal fouls per contest and they hit 70.4% from the charity stripe.
The Huskies on the defensive end are ranked 75th in D-1 in points allowed per game with 63.3. They have forced 13.8 turnovers on a nightly basis and have allowed teams to shoot 39.1% from the field (70th in Division 1). The Washington defense surrenders 25.9% on 3-pointers (38 of 147) and opponents are knocking down 70.0% of their free throw attempts. They have conceded 11.5 dimes and 35.2 rebounds on a nightly basis, which is ranked 133rd and 217th in D-1.
Who will win tonight's NCAA basketball game against the spread?
Josh Schonwald's Pick: Take Washington
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