The Washington Huskies (2-2) will be at home in Alaska Airlines Arena when they go head-to-head with the Seattle Redhawks (2-3). Tip-off is set for 3 p.m. ET on Friday, November 24, 2017, and it can be seen on Pac-12 Network.
Seattle Redhawks vs. Washington Huskies Odds Preview
The Redhawks were beaten by the Belmont Bruins in their last outing, 90-77. With 15 points on 5-for-13 shooting, Jordan Hill led Seattle in scoring. Belmont was lights out from beyond the arc (14-27; 51.9 percent). Seattle, on the other hand, held the Bruins to an offensive rebounding percentage of 20.0 (below their season average of 25.5).
In the Huskies last matchup, they were topped by the Virginia Tech Hokies, 103-79. Jaylen Nowell was Washingtons leading scorer with 21 points on 9-for-17 shooting. Virginia Tech did a great job of getting and making free throws (28-36; 77.8 percent). Washington, on the other hand, held the Hokies to an offensive rebounding percentage of 19.0 (below their season average of 33.3).
Washington appears to have an edge on the offensive glass in this showdown. The Huskies rank 31st in offensive rebounding percentage (34.8 percent), while Seattle ranks 218th in defensive rebounding percentage (70.2 percent) since last season.
The Huskies won the only game against the Redhawks last season, 94-72. The Huskies dominated nearly every facet of the game. They had a phenomenal free throw rate of 0.386 and a phenomenal effective field goal percentage of 0.632. The Redhawks were 0.114 and 0.457, respectively, for those same stats.
Seattle Redhawks at Washington Huskies Betting Prediction
Predictions: SU Winner – Washington, ATS Winner – Washington, O/U – Over
Betting Notes (2016-Present):
- The Huskies rank 108th in rebounds per game (37.1) while the Redhawks rank 261st in rebounds allowed per game (37.4).
- Washington ranks 139th in steals per game (6.4) while Seattle ranks 255th in steals allowed per game (7.6).
- Seattle ranks 36th in assists per game (15.9) while Washington ranks 292nd in assists allowed per game (15.7).
- The Huskies rank 72nd in three pointers allowed per game (19.5) while the Redhawks rank 315th (26.7).
- Washington ranks 14th in blocks per game (5.3) while Seattle ranks 255th (2.3).