Arizona State Sun Devils vs Washington Huskies Prediction, 1/26/2023 College Basketball Picks, Best Bets & Odds
Game: Arizona State Sun Devils vs Washington Huskies
Date: Thursday, January 26, 2023
Location: Alaska Airlines Arena in Seattle, WA
The Washington Huskies (12-9) will compete against the Arizona State Sun Devils (15-5) at Alaska Airlines Arena on Thursday.
The Arizona State Sun Devils took the court against USC and ended up losing by a score of 77-69 in their last contest. In relation to personal fouls, the Sun Devils walked away with 16 and USC recorded 18 personal fouls. They also converted 7 out of their 18 attempts from long range. USC walked away from this one shooting 100.0% when shooting free throws by knocking down 14 of 14 attempts. Furthermore, USC snagged 34 boards (9 offensive, 25 defensive), but didn't notch a block. USC distributed 14 assists and had 8 steals for this game. When it comes to the defense, Arizona State let their opponent shoot 49.1% from the field on 28 out of 57 shooting. They also recorded 14 assists for the matchup as well as forcing the opposition into 18 turnovers and earning 9 steals. In reference to pulling down rebounds, they compiled a total of 27 with 13 of them being offensive. From the charity stripe, the Sun Devils made 14 of their 19 attempts for a rate of 73.7%. Arizona State ended the contest having earned a 38.5% FG percentage (25 of 65) and made 5 out of their 22 3-point shots.
Warren Washington is one guy who was a contributor in this game. He ended up going 58.3% from the floor and also earned 2 dimes. He saw the court for 35 minutes and also snagged 8 rebounds. He ended up scoring 21 points on 7 out of 12 shooting.
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Arizona State enters this game with a mark of 15-5 on the year. They turn it over 12.2 times per contest and as a unit they are committing 18.4 fouls every game. As a team, Arizona State is grabbing 38.3 boards per contest and is sitting with 300 dimes on the year, which is 82nd in Division 1 in terms of passing the rock. The Sun Devils are connecting on 32.1% from downtown (150 of 467) and 68.5% from the free throw line. They average 72.5 points per game (161st in D-1) on 43.2% from the field.
On the defensive end, the Sun Devils are able to force 13.9 turnovers every game while drawing 19.1 personal fouls. They rank 165th in college hoops in giving up assists with 250 surrendered for the campaign. The Sun Devils defense is allowing a shooting percentage of 38.8% (461 of 1,189) and they relinquish 37.7 boards per game as a basketball team. They give up 31.9% on 3-point shots and they are 104th in college hoops in points per game from their opponents (66.6).
When they last stepped on the court, the Washington Huskies walked away from this one with a loss by a score of 86-61 when they played Utah. In relation to how they attacked the glass, Washington permitted Utah to collect 42 in all (15 on the offensive side). They shot 46.7% from distance by connecting on 7 out of 15 and ended up shooting 9 out of 14 from the free throw line (64.3%). The Huskies permitted Utah to convert 35 out of 68 attempts from the field which left them with a shooting percentage of 51.5% for the contest. Overall, the Huskies ended up shooting 23 for 66 from the field which gave them a shooting percentage of 34.8%. In terms of shots from 3-point land, Washington made 8 of their 26 tries (30.8%). They were able to bury 7 of the free throws for a rate of 87.5%. Utah committed 10 fouls for the game which took the Huskies to the free throw line for 8 tries. They gave up possession of the ball 11 times, while getting 6 steals for the matchup. The Huskies earned 14 defensive rebounds and 9 offensive boards totaling 23 for the matchup.
Keion Brooks pitched in for the Huskies for the contest. He converted 7 out of 19 for the game for a field goal rate of 36.8%, and had 9 rebounds. He racked up 17 points in his 34 mins of playing time and tallied 1 assist in the matchup.
Washington has a record of 12-9 so far this year. The Huskies are responsible for committing 16.3 fouls every game and they hit 75.2% from the free throw line. They are dishing out assists 11.8 times per contest (296th in college basketball) and they are losing possession via turnover 13.9 times per game. Washington has totaled 1,467 pts on the year (69.9 per game) and they collect 34.3 rebounds per contest. As an offensive unit, the Huskies are shooting 43.4% from the floor, which ranks 245th in the nation.
The Huskies on the defensive side of the court are 192nd in D-1 in PPG given up with 69.6. They are able to force 13.0 turnovers per game and have let teams shoot 41.7% from the field (95th in D-1). The Washington defense gives up 29.5% on shots from 3-point land (142 of 482) and their opposition knocks down 68.8% of their shots from the charity stripe. They give up 15.2 assists and 37.3 rebounds on a nightly basis, which is ranked 337th and 321st in D-1.
Who will win tonight's NCAA basketball game against the spread?
Tony Sink's Pick: Take Washington
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