The Cal State Fullerton Titans (10-17, 5-7 BigWst) will be at the Stan Sheriff Center to go head-to-head against the Hawaii Rainbow Warriors (15-11, 6-6 BigWst) in a BigWst matchup. Action gets underway at 12 a.m. ET on Thursday, February 27, 2020.
Cal State Fullerton Titans at Hawaii Rainbow Warriors Betting Odds
Both teams lost in their last contest. The Rainbow Warriors fell to the Long Beach State Beach, 64-60, while the Titans were defeated by the UC Santa Barbara Gauchos, 75-66.
Cal State Fullerton had a better effective field goal percentage (0.500 vs. 0.509) while Hawaii forced Long Beach State into a turnover percentage of 23.0 (above their season average of 20.0). Eddie Stansberry was a key piece for Hawaii with 19 points. Cal State Fullerton, meanwhile, received a boost from Brandon Kamga, who contributed 20 points and five rebounds.
In their first matchup this season, Bernardo da Silva led the Rainbow Warriors to a 75-69 victory. He registered a double-double with 10 points and 10 rebounds. The Rainbow Warriors’ offensive rebounding percentage was their largest strength over the Titans. Hawaii had a rate of 30.6, while Cal State Fullerton posted a mark of 20.6.
It could be a tough game for Cal State Fullerton on the offensive glass. The Titans rank 329th in offensive rebounding percentage (22.3 percent), while Hawaii ranks 95th in defensive rebounding percentage (74.0 percent).
Cal State Fullerton Titans vs. Hawaii Rainbow Warriors ATS Pick
Prediction: SU Winner – Hawaii, ATS Winner – Hawaii, O/U – Over
- Hawaii ranks 130th in three pointers attempted per game (22.3) while Cal State Fullerton ranks 256th (18.7).
- The Rainbow Warriors rank fifth in assists allowed per game (9.3) while the Titans rank 109th (12.2).
- Hawaii ranks 201st in rebounds per game (34.3) while Cal State Fullerton ranks 235th (33.4).
- During their last five games, the Rainbow Warriors have scored an average of 60.6 points per game (8.4 below their season average) and allowed an average of 63.6 points per game (4.0 below their season average).
- The Titans’ average margin of defeat in their last five games has been 5.6, up from 2.6 for the season.