The St. Francis Brooklyn Terriers (1-3) and the Denver Pioneers (1-3) go head-to-head at Alico Arena. Action gets underway at 4 p.m. ET on Saturday, November 25, 2017.
Denver Pioneers vs. St. Francis Brooklyn Terriers Betting Preview
The last time the Pioneers played, they fell to the FGCU Eagles, 79-71. Denver’s Daniel Amigo had a solid game, leading the team in scoring with 18 points on 7-for-13 shooting. FGCU did an excellent job of converting from the free throw line (18-23; 78.3 percent). Denver, meanwhile, had an offensive rebounding percentage of 38.7 (above their season average of 30.4).
The Terriers are hoping for a better outcome after their 85-76 loss to the Navy Midshipmen in their last game. With 12 points, D.J. Porter had a good game for St. Francis Brooklyn. Navy had an offensive rebounding percentage of 40.6 (above their season average of 33.5). St. Francis Brooklyn, on the other hand, forced the Midshipmen into a turnover percentage of 21.0 (above the 17.1 mark opponents have averaged against St. Francis Brooklyn this season).
Second-chance opportunities might be few and far between for St. Francis Brooklyn in this matchup. The Terriers rank 211th in offensive rebounding percentage (28.5 percent), while Denver ranks 29th in defensive rebounding percentage (74.7 percent) dating back to last season. Additionally, the Pioneers rank 36th in effective field goal percentage (0.544), whereas the suspect defense of the Terriers ranks 265th with an effective field goal percentage allowed of 0.520.
Denver Pioneers vs. St. Francis Brooklyn Terriers ATS Prediction
Predictions: SU Winner – St. Francis Brooklyn, ATS Winner – St. Francis Brooklyn, O/U – Under
Betting Notes (2016-Present):
- The Terriers rank 58th in steals allowed per game (5.4) while the Pioneers rank 251st (7.1).
- St. Francis Brooklyn ranks 201st in blocks per game (2.9) while Denver ranks 272nd (2.1).
- Denver ranks 22nd in rebounds allowed per game (31.6) while St. Francis Brooklyn ranks 323rd (41.4).
- The Pioneers rank 68th in assists per game (15.2) while the Terriers rank 318th (9.5).
- St. Francis Brooklyn ranks 26th in three pointers attempted per game (25.5) while Denver ranks 261st (18.5).