SMU Mustangs vs. Houston Cougars
Basketball Pick: Houston +3.5 (February 18th 2017)
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SMU has reeled off 8 straight wins and now they find themselves a small favorite on the road. They are facing a very tough, but yet efficient offense. SMU and Houston rank #1 and #2 in the AAC conference in offensive efficiency, eFG%, and lowest turnover percentage. Defensively, SMU is ranked a little higher, but Houston is also a good defensive team.
Because of an injury to Dashawn McDowell, the Mustangs have only had a 6 man rotation. If McDowell doesn’t play tonight, that will more than likely leave another rotation of only 6 guys.
The Cougars are playing with same season revenge after SMU won the first meeting, 85-64. The Mustangs shot 56% from the floor. Last year, Houston got their revenge as a 6 point home dog to SMU. Houston also cashed earlier this year against UCF in a same season revenge role where the Knights shot 56% from the floor also. Points will be valuable in this game and it could come down to the last possession. Take the points with (1*HOUSTON)
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Nebraska Cornhuskers vs. Ohio State Buckeyes
Basketball Pick: Ohio State -4.5 (February 18th 2017)
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The Buckeyes are worth a look here against the Cornhuskers. Ohio State comes in having lost their last two. Both on the road against Maryland and Michigan State. They were competitive in both and I look for them to rebound here at home against Nebraska. Ohio State is a strong 12-4 at home, compared to 3-8 on the road, yet they were able to win at Nebraska earlier this season. The Cornhuskers come in off a 16-point win at home against Penn State, but are still just 2-8 in their last 10 conference games. Nebraska is also just 1-8 ATS over the last 3 seasons when revenging a same season loss, while Ohio State is 6-0 ATS in their last 6 home games after 2 more consecutive losses. Give me the Buckeyes -4.5!
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California vs. Stanford
College Basketball Pick: Stanford +3.5 (February 17th 2017)
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The Cal Bears are 18-7 (9-4 in Pac 12 play) after having their five-game winning streak snapped in 62-57 loss at Arizona on Saturday (Wildcats are currently ranked 5th in the nation). California is 4th in the Pac 12 and can ill afford a loss to rival Stanford if it wants to keep its at-large NCAA tourney hopes alive. Stanford is 12-13 overall and is mired near the bottom of the Pac 12 standings at 4-9. Any postseason hopes for the Cardinal are currently on life-support.
The 6-11 Ivan Rabb was a preseason All-American and will likely be a high NBA draft pick but he hasn’t quite measured up to expectations. He’s averaging 14.7 & 10.6 but if the Bears are to make a deep Pac 12 tourney run (they may need that for an at-large bid), Rabb needs to be more consistent. Swingman Bird has stayed healthy for most of the year and while never reaching the lofty expectations since entering Cal, the senior is averaging 14.5 & 4.9. Freshman PG Moore (13.5 & 3.7 APG) has been solid and giving Cal even more size up front are the 7-0 Okoroh (5.1 & 5.9) and the 7-1 Rooks (5.1 & 4.7). Cal allows 62.2 PPG (13th), best in the Pac 12.
Stanford let Johnny Dawkins (Mr, NIT) go but Jerrod Haase’s first season in Palo Alto has not gone all that well. The 6-8 Reid (17.2 & 8.6) is a keeper but his surrounding talent is middle-of-the-road, at best. The perimeter players are Pickens (12.0), Sheffield (7.2), Cartwright (7.2 & 3.5 APG) and Marcus Allen (7.0), with the 6-9 Humphrey (9.5 & 6.5) helping Reid out up front.
Stanford is no bargain and Cal is the better team but this is a bitter rivalry and I want the home dog, considering Stanford has won 20 of the last 23 meetings with Cal in Palo Alto.
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