Pacific Tigers vs. Hawaii Rainbow Warriors Betting Prediction 11/11/19

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The Pacific Tigers (2-1) will travel to the Stan Sheriff Center to square off against the Hawaii Rainbow Warriors (1-1). The game is scheduled to start at 12 a.m. ET on Monday, November 11, 2019.

Pacific Tigers vs. Hawaii Rainbow Warriors Betting Odds

In their last game, the Rainbow Warriors were beaten by the South Dakota Coyotes, 81-75, while the Tigers won big over the Florida A&M Rattlers, 76-54.

Pacific played a nearly perfect game. They had a fantastic offensive rebounding percentage of 43.8 and a turnover percentage of 13.0. For those same stats, Florida A&M had marks of 18.8 and 21.2, respectively. Hawaii, meanwhile, had a better effective field goal percentage (0.552 vs. 0.518). Hawaii rallied around Eddie Stansberry, who finished with 21 points and five rebounds. Amari McCray, meanwhile fueled Pacific with 12 points and seven rebounds.

The Tigers have had records of 16-18 straight up (SU) and 17-14-1 against the spread (ATS) since last season. Since last season, games featuring Pacific have gone over the O/U total 56.3 percent of the time.

The Rainbow Warriors, on the other hand, have records of 16-10 SU and 13-15 ATS since last season. A little over half of Hawaii’s games have finished under the projected point total over that same time frame.

Half-court execution will be critical when a pair of the country’s slowest-paced teams battle. Hawaii ranks 261st in possessions per game (67.6) and Pacific is 309th (66.3) since last season.

Pacific Tigers at Hawaii Rainbow Warriors Odds Pick

Basketball Pick: SU Winner – Hawaii, ATS Winner – Pacific, O/U – Under

Betting Notes (2018-Present):

  • Hawaii ranks 39th in assists per game (15.4) while Pacific ranks 301st (10.3).
  • The Tigers rank 131st in steals per game (6.4) while the Rainbow Warriors rank 241st (5.1).
  • Pacific ranks ninth in rebounds allowed per game (30.4) while Hawaii ranks 65th (32.8).
  • The Rainbow Warriors rank 86th in three pointers attempted per game (24.1) while the Tigers rank 307th (17.6).
  • Hawaii ranks 20th in blocks allowed per game (2.4) while Pacific ranks 175th (3.6).