Oregon Ducks vs Stanford Cardinal Prediction, 1/21/2023 College Basketball Picks, Best Bets & Odds
Game: Oregon Ducks vs Stanford Cardinal
Date: Saturday, January 21, 2023
Location: Maples Pavilion in Stanford, CA
Maples Pavilion is the location where the Stanford Cardinal (5-12) will try to beat the Oregon Ducks (11-8) on Saturday.
The Oregon Ducks played California and went home with a win by a final score of 87-58 in their last game. With respect to personal fouls, the Ducks walked away with 12 and California had 15 personal fouls. They also knocked down 4 of 16 attempts from three-point range. California ended up shooting 90.9% when shooting free throws by knocking down 10 of their 11 shots. Furthermore, California pulled down 22 boards (7 offensive, 15 defensive), but didn't notch a rejection. California distributed 6 assists and had 1 steal in the game. In regard to the defense, Oregon allowed the other team to shoot 40.0% from the floor on 22 of 55 shooting. They also dished out 19 assists in this contest as well as forcing 8 turnovers and getting 4 steals. When it comes to pulling down rebounds, they collected a total of 28 with 5 of them being offensive. At the charity stripe, the Ducks made 16 of 19 shots for a rate of 84.2%. Oregon wrapped up the game having earned a 59.6% FG percentage (31 of 52) and made 9 of their 24 three-point attempts.
Rivaldo Soares is one player who was a major factor in this contest. He ended up shooting 57.1% from the floor and earned 2 dimes. He saw the court for 23 mins played and also snagged 2 rebounds. He recorded 13 points on 4 of 7 shooting.
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Oregon will play this game with a win-loss mark of 11-8 this season. They cough up possession 12.6 times per game and as a unit are committing 15.1 fouls on a nightly basis. As a unit, Oregon is snagging 37.1 rebounds per game and has earned 253 assists for the campaign, which ranks 168th in the nation in terms of passing the ball. The Ducks are connecting on 30.2% on shots from downtown (130 of 431) and 68.1% from the charity stripe. They average 70.5 pts per game (212th in Division 1) while hitting 45.1% from the field.
When they are on defense, the Ducks are forcing 11.7 turnovers per game while drawing 17.9 personal fouls. They currently rank 190th in Division 1 in giving up assists to their opponents with 237 relinquished on the year. The Ducks are giving up an opponent shooting percentage of 41.2% (460 of 1,117) and they surrender 32.2 rebounds per contest as a squad. They are giving up 32.6% on shots from beyond the perimeter and they rank 92nd in college hoops in PPG allowed (66.1).
When they last played, the Stanford Cardinal walked away from this one with a loss by a score of 60-59 when they faced Washington State. In the matter of how they cleaned up the glass, Stanford allowed Washington State to collect 22 in total (6 on the offensive glass). They went 37.0% from three-point range via 10 of 27 and finished the game at 6 out of 11 from the free throw line (54.5%). The Cardinal allowed Washington State to convert 22 of their 48 tries from the field which left them shooting 45.8% in this contest. In all, the Cardinal shot 22 out of 51 from the floor which gave them a rate of 43.1%. In relation to 3-point attempts, Stanford converted 7 out of 18 tries (38.9%). They were able to convert 8 of the free throw attempts for a percentage of 66.7%. Washington State earned 14 fouls for the matchup which got the Cardinal to the charity stripe for a total of 12 attempts. They coughed it up 8 times, while earning 5 steals in this game. The Cardinal corralled 20 defensive rebounds and 13 offensive boards for a total of 33 for the contest.
Maxime Raynaud was important for the Cardinal for the game. He buried 6 out of 9 in this matchup giving him a rate of 66.7%, and had 8 rebounds. He tallied 16 points in his 26 mins on the hardwood, but went home with no dimes.
Stanford has a win-loss mark of 5-12 for the year. The Cardinal commit 16.7 fouls per contest and they connect on 71.3% from the free throw line. They are assisting teammates 13.2 times per game (196th in the nation) and they are turning it over 13.4 times per contest. Stanford has earned 1,152 points this year (67.8 per game) and they snag 34.4 boards per game. On the offensive side of the ball, the Cardinal are hitting on 43.2% from the field, which is 253rd in college hoops.
The Cardinal on the defensive end are ranked 129th in the nation in points given up per game with 67.5. They are forcing 13.2 turnovers per game and allow teams to shoot 45.6% from the floor (306th in D-1). The Stanford defense gives up 35.2% from downtown (122 of 347) and their opponents are converting on 72.7% of their free throw attempts. They have conceded 13.1 dimes and 31.1 rebounds per game, which is ranked 215th and 31st in D-1.
Who will win tonight's NCAA basketball game against the spread?
Guy Bruhn's Pick: Take Oregon
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