Long Beach State Beach at UC Davis Aggies Betting Prediction 02/29/20

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The Long Beach State Beach (10-19, 5-8 BigWst) will be at The Pavilion to clash against the UC Davis Aggies (13-16, 7-6 BigWst) in a BigWst matchup. Action starts at 8 p.m. ET on Saturday, February 29, 2020.

Long Beach State Beach vs. UC Davis Aggies ATS Odds

Both teams lost in their last contest. The Aggies fell to the UC Santa Barbara Gauchos, 70-56, while the Beach were defeated by the CSUN Matadors, 73-64. Long Beach State did a fantastic job of converting from the free throw line (13-17; 76.5 percent) while UC Davis did a fantastic job of making free throws (10-10; 100.0 percent). UC Davis received a boost from Damion Squire, who finished with nine points and five rebounds. Colin Slater, meanwhile had a good outing for Long Beach State, putting up 10 points. In their first matchup this year, Ezra Manjon led the Aggies to an 85-82 win. He produced 19 points. UC Davis had a much better turnover percentage (13.8 vs. 22.4). Long Beach State, on the other hand, had a better effective field goal percentage (0.627 vs. 0.547). From an effective field goal percentage perspective, UC Davis should have a substantial advantage. The elite Aggies offense ranks 32nd in the country in that metric at 0.535, while the bottom-tier Long Beach State defense is ranked 278th in effective field goal percentage allowed (0.514).

Long Beach State Beach vs. UC Davis Aggies ATS Pick

College Basketball Prediction: SU Winner – UC Davis, ATS Winner – UC Davis, O/U – Under

Betting Notes:

  • UC Davis ranks 72nd in rebounds allowed per game (33.0) while Long Beach State ranks 235th (37.5).
  • The Aggies rank 171st in steals per game (5.7) while the Beach rank 223rd in steals allowed per game (8.1).
  • Long Beach State and UC Davis rank 39th in blocks allows per game (2.6).
  • The Aggies rank 132nd in three pointers allowed per game (21.2) while the Beach rank 261st (24.9).
  • UC Davis ranks 165th in assists per game (12.6) while Long Beach State ranks 262nd in assists allowed per game (15.6).

Bettings Trends:

  • The Beach’s average margin of defeat in their last five games has been 3.4, down from 8.5 for the season.
  • During their last five games, the Aggies have scored an average of 82.8 points per game (9.5 above their season average) and allowed an average of 77.2 points per game (5.6 above their season average).