The Tulsa Golden Hurricane (1-0) will travel to the College Park Center to challenge the UT Arlington Mavericks (1-0). Action begins at 8 p.m. ET on Saturday, November 9, 2019.
Tulsa Golden Hurricane vs. UT Arlington Mavericks Betting Odds
Both teams were victorious in their last game. The Mavericks won big over the Texas-Dallas Comets 84-50, while the Golden Hurricane defeated the Houston Baptist Huskies 80-72.
Tulsa played a nearly perfect game. They had a free throw rate of 0.339 and a turnover percentage of 13.0. For those same stats, Houston Baptist put up marks of 0.224 and 17.6, respectively. The Mavericks, on the other hand, had a better free throw rate (0.111 vs. 0.062) and had a much better effective field goal percentage (0.611 vs. 0.354). Tiandre Jackson-Young fueled UT Arlington with 19 points. Meanwhile, Tulsa received a boost from Jeriah Horne, who recorded 22 points.
UT Arlington figures to have the advantage on the defensive side of the ball. Dating back to last season, the Mavericks rank 44th in effective field goal percentage allowed (0.476), while Tulsa is 172nd in effective field goal percentage (0.511). Moreover, the Golden Hurricane, who rank fifth in free throw attempt (FTA) rate (0.303), could earn plenty of trips to the line against the Mavericks, who rank 270th in opponents’ FTA rate (0.253).
Tulsa Golden Hurricane at UT Arlington Mavericks Betting Pick
Free Basketball Tip: SU Winner – UT Arlington, ATS Winner – UT Arlington, O/U – Under
Betting Notes (2018-Present):
- UT Arlington averages 23.8 three pointers per game, which ranks 106th in the country. Tulsa ranks 304th in three pointers allowed per game (26.7).
- The Mavericks rank 173rd in blocks per game (3.0) while the Golden Hurricane rank 226th (2.4).
- UT Arlington ranks 173rd in assists per game (13.1) while Tulsa ranks 208th in assists allowed per game (13.7).
- The Mavericks average 37.7 rebounds per game, which ranks 65th in the nation. The Golden Hurricane rank 250th in rebounds allowed per game (37.1).
- UT Arlington averages 6.4 steals per game, which ranks 126th in the country. Tulsa ranks 186th in steals allowed per game (6.7).