Drexel Dragons at Quinnipiac Bobcats ATS Prediction 12/16/18

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The Drexel Dragons (5-5) will travel to Mohegan Sun Arena to clash with the Quinnipiac Bobcats (4-4). The game gets underway at 6 p.m. ET on Sunday, December 16, 2018.

Drexel Dragons vs. Quinnipiac Bobcats ATS Odds

Both teams lost in their last game. The Bobcats were blown out by the ninth-ranked Villanova Wildcats, 86-53, while the Dragons were beaten by the Eastern Michigan Eagles, 66-62.

Drexel made 13 of their 34 three pointers (38.2 percent) while Quinnipiac had a better free throw rate (0.179 vs. 0.147). Quinnipiac was led by Cameron Young, who contributed 18 points. Kurk Lee had a good outing for Drexel, finishing with 13 points.

The Dragons won the lone contest between these two teams last season, 72-71. Drexel had a much better offensive rebounding percentage (42.5 vs. 14.7). Quinnipiac, on the other hand, had a better turnover percentage (10.9 vs. 14.4).

Alihan Demir has been playing at a high level as of late for Drexel, averaging 0 points over the last five games.

Second-chance opportunities could be few and far between for Quinnipiac in this meeting. The Bobcats rank 217th in offensive rebounding percentage (27.9 percent), while Drexel ranks 38th in defensive rebounding percentage (70.6 percent) since last season. Moreover, the Dragons’ 54th-ranked offense (offensive efficiency of 107.6) will clash against the Bobcats’ 304th-ranked defense (defensive efficiency of 108.8).

Drexel Dragons at Quinnipiac Bobcats Pick

Pick: SU Winner – Quinnipiac, O/U – Under

Betting Notes (2017-Present):

  • Drexel ranks 16th in assists per game (12.9) while Quinnipiac ranks 220th (11.8).
  • The Bobcats rank 163rd in steals per game (5.6) while the Dragons rank 228th (5.1).
  • Quinnipiac ranks 171st in blocks per game (2.5) while Drexel ranks 175th in blocks allowed per game (3.5).
  • The Dragons rank 35th in rebounds allowed per game (35.4) while the Bobcats rank 186th (36.1).
  • Quinnipiac ranks 29th in three pointers attempted per game (27.2) while Drexel ranks 159th (21.3).