Arizona Vs. Washington

The visiting Wildcats (7-1) are favored by 9 points tonight against the Huskies (1-6) with an over/under of 137.5 points. Both of these teams played the same opponents their previous two games. Arizona beat Montana 70-64 then beat Colorado 88-74. Washington lost to Montana 66-58 and then lost to Colorado 92-69. So far this has been a really challenging year for the Huskies. Statistically they are near the bottom of the heap in a number of categories. There are 357 teams playing NCAA D1 basketball. They are currently 319th in the nation averaging only 61 points per game, 320th averaging … Continue reading Arizona Vs. Washington

Colorado Vs. Arizona

Arizona is favored tonight by 2 points over the visiting Colorado Buffaloes with the over/under currently set at 138 total points. Both teams are 6-1 coming into tonight. Colorado’s only loss was an ugly one to Tennessee in which they scored only 47 points on 33% shooting. Arizona’s loss was to Stanford by 3 points. The Buffs are a very good team with depth and one the Pac12’s best players in McKinley Wright who is averaging 16pts, 5 rebounds, and 6 assists per game this year. They also have good interior size and play with 7 footer Dallas Walton and … Continue reading Colorado Vs. Arizona

Montana Vs. Arizona

Arizona is favored in tonight’s matchup with the Montana Grizzlies by 14.5 points, with the over/under set at 133.5. By the numbers, Montana plays at a pretty slow pace. They are 280th in the country with 68.7 possessions per 40 minutes. They are 211th at 98.2 points per 100 possessions. Defensively they are 111th allowing 97.3 pts. per 100 possessions. As for the Wildcats tempo, they are 199th in the country with 70.2 possessions per 40 minutes. They have, however, been putting up a decent amount of points and are ranked 50th scoring 108.3 points per 100 possessions. On defense … Continue reading Montana Vs. Arizona

Arizona Vs. Stanford

The 5-0 Arizona Wildcats travel to California to play the 3-2 Stanford Cardinal. The Cardinal are favored by 2.5 points with the Over/Under set at 135.5. Stanford’s two losses this year were to North Carolina and Indiana. In their previous game against UTEP, the Wildcats did not make a 3 point shot. 0 for 9. The last time that happened for the Wildcats was January 4th, 2009. Against? The Stanford Cardinal. In that game they were 0 for 8 with Chase Budinger going 0-3, Jamelle Horn 0-2, and Nic Wise, Brendon Lavender, and Kyle Fogg each going 0-1. Arizona is … Continue reading Arizona Vs. Stanford