Stanford Cardinal vs Washington Huskies Prediction, 1/15/2022 College Basketball Picks, Best Bets & Odds
Game: Stanford Cardinal vs Washington Huskies
Date: Saturday, January 15, 2022
Location: Alaska Airlines Arena in Seattle, WA
Alaska Airlines Arena is the site where the Washington Huskies (7-7) will take on the Stanford Cardinal (9-4) on Saturday.
The Stanford Cardinal faced USC and notched a win by a score of 75-69 in their last game. In the matter of fouls, the Cardinal ended up with 24 while USC had 19 fouls. They also made 6 of their 21 attempts from beyond the perimeter. USC finished 65.6% when shooting free throws by knocking down 21 of their 32 attempts. In addition, USC pulled down 32 rebounds (3 offensive, 29 defensive), but didn't have a block. USC distributed 12 assists and had 5 steals for the contest. In terms of defense, Stanford allowed 42.9% from the floor on 21 out of 49 shooting. They also doled out 16 assists in the game while forcing the other team into 11 turnovers and earning 10 steals. With regard to pulling down boards, they earned a total of 30 with 6 of them being of the offensive variety. From the charity stripe, the Cardinal buried 15 of 21 attempts for a rate of 71.4%. Stanford ended having earned a 43.9% field goal percentage (25 of 57) and converted 10 of their 24 three-point attempts.
Harrison Ingram is a player who was a major factor for the matchup. He finished with 21 points on 6 of 11 shooting. He played 33 minutes and also snagged 10 boards. He finished shooting 54.5% from the field and dished out 2 assists.
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Stanford will enter this game with a mark of 9-4 this year. They have an average of 70.8 points per contest (215th in college basketball) while shooting 45.1% from the floor. The Cardinal are shooting 35.4% on shots beyond the perimeter (95 of 268) and 65.4% from the free throw line. As a unit, Stanford is snagging 37.6 boards per game and has 184 assists for the year, which ranks 235th in college basketball in terms of passing. They lose possession by turning the ball over 15.1 times per game and as a group they are committing 18.3 fouls per game.
When they are on defense, the Cardinal have forced 11.5 turnovers on a nightly basis while drawing 18.1 personal fouls. They concede 33.2% on 3-pointers and they are ranked 212th in Division 1 in opponents PPG (69.7). The Cardinal defensively are allowing a shooting percentage of 44.6% (325 of 728) and they relinquish 29.1 boards per game as a group. They currently rank 53rd in the country in allowing assists to their opponents with 148 surrendered for the campaign.
When they last played, the Washington Huskies got the win with a final of 64-55 when they faced California. The Huskies were able to pull down 20 defensive rebounds and 8 offensive rebounds totaling 28 in the matchup. They turned the ball over 14 times, while getting 14 steals for the contest. California committed 18 fouls for this contest which took the Huskies to the charity stripe for a total of 21 attempts. They were able to make 16 of the free throw attempts for a percentage of 76.2%. When talking about 3-point attempts, Washington made 4 of 19 attempts (21.1%). When all was said and done, the Huskies shot 22 for 52 from the floor which gave them a percentage of 42.3%. The Huskies permitted California to bury 24 out of their 48 attempts from the field which left them shooting 50.0% for this game. They went 36.4% from 3-point land by connecting on 4 out of 11 and ended up shooting 3 out of 5 from the free throw line (60.0%). In regard to attacking the glass, Washington permitted California to collect 22 overall (4 offensive).
Daejon Davis ended up having an impact for the Huskies for the matchup. He made 3 of 6 for this game giving him a field goal percentage of 50.0%, and accumulated 4 rebounds. He earned 8 points in his 35 minutes on the court and had 7 dimes for this contest.
Washington has a record of 7-7 for the campaign. The Huskies are responsible for committing 17.4 personal fouls per game and they go 67.8% from the free throw line. Their rate of assisting teammates is at 10.1 times per game (342nd in college hoops) and they lose possession via turnover 11.8 times per contest. Washington has earned 978 pts on the campaign (69.9 per contest) and they collect 32.9 rebounds per game. In terms of offensive execution, the Huskies are hitting on 39.6% from the field, which ranks 335th in college basketball.
The Huskies defensively are ranked 261st in Division 1 in PPG given up with 72.0. They have forced 17.9 turnovers per game and allow teams to shoot 44.2% from the field (260th in college basketball). The Washington defense concedes 34.5% on three-point shots (95 of 275) and their opponents are connecting on 71.3% of their foul shots. They give up 12.0 dimes and 41.1 total boards per game, which is 135th and 355th in the country.
Who will win tonight's NCAA basketball game against the spread?
Tony Sink's Pick: Take Washington
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