Washington State Cougars vs. Seattle Redhawks Betting Prediction

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The Washington State Cougars (1-0) will clash against the Seattle Redhawks (2-1) at ShoWare Center. Action begins at 10 p.m. ET on Wednesday, November 14, 2018.

Washington State Cougars vs. Seattle Redhawks Betting Odds

Both teams were triumphant in their last game. The Redhawks dismantled the Bryant Bulldogs 82-59, while the Cougars were victorious over the Nicholls Colonels 89-72.

Washington State dominated nearly every stat category in the game. They had a turnover percentage of 9.3 and a free throw rate of 0.157. For those same stats, Nicholls was 21.3 and 0.121, respectively. The Redhawks, on the other hand, had a much better offensive rebounding percentage (37.1 vs. 17.6) and had a much better effective field goal percentage (0.515 vs. 0.382). Seattle’s Myles Carter had a good game, recording 25 points and 12 rebounds. Meanwhile, Robert Franks played a key role for Washington State with 31 points and 11 rebounds.

The Cougars won the only contest between these two teams last season, 75-59. Washington State’s 0.193 free throw rate was their biggest advantage over Seattle, who had a rate of 0.100.

This battle pits one of the country’s top offenses against one of its elite defensesDating back to last season, Washington State ranks 54th in effective field goal percentage (0.542), while Seattle is 26th in effective field goal percentage allowed (0.469).

Washington State vs. Seattle Pick

College Basketball Prediction: SU Winner – Washington State, ATS Winner – Washington State, O/U – Over

Betting Notes (2017-Present):

  • Seattle ranks 57th in rebounds per game (38.1) while Washington State ranks 277th (32.8).
  • The Redhawks rank 117th in blocks per game (3.5) while the Cougars rank 239th (2.3).
  • Washington State ranks 115th in steals allowed per game (5.9) while Seattle ranks 230th (7.0).
  • The Redhawks rank 26th in assists allowed per game (11.1) while the Cougars rank 246th (14.7).
  • Seattle averages 24.4 three pointers per game, which ranks 76th in the country. Washington State ranks 292nd in three pointers allowed per game (25.1).