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03/08/2011 7:36 PM
HUSKIES: Connecticut opened up their Big East Conference Tournament with a resounding 97-71 SU win over Depaul. The Huskies are a dangerous team to play in the postseason, as they have a prolific scorer to go along with one of the best rebounding teams in the nation. The Huskies average 39.7 RPG this year, 10th most in the nation. UCONN is 22-9 SU and 14-11 ATS overall this season. The Huskies are 4-0 SU and ATS this season in neutral court settings. UCONN had an amazing stretch of games where they beat Wichita St, Michigan St, and Kentucky in Hawaii early this season. G Kemba Walker has been amazing this season, as he's on the short list for National Player of the Year. Walker is the only Huskies player averaging double figures in PTS this year, with 23.1 PPG. Walker is also averaging a team high 4.3 APG this season, along with 5.2 RPG. C Alex Oriakhi is averaging 9.8 PPG and a team high 8.3 RPG this year. The Huskies are 4-1 ATS in their last 5 games after scoring more than 90 points in their previous game. Connecticut is 2-5 ATS in their last 7 games against a team with a winning percentage above .600%. The Huskies are 1-4 ATS in their last 5 games following a SU win.
Huskies are 4-0 ATS last 4 neutral site games.
Under is 7-3 last 10 games following a SU win.
Hoyas are 10-1 ATS last 11 neutral site games.
Under is 5-0 last 5 games following an ATS loss.
RED RAIDERS: Texas Tech ended a miserable regular season with SU losses in 7 of their last 9 games. The Red Raiders were dismal this year, as they had a record of 13-18 SU and 11-15 ATS. Texas Tech has some influential pieces in place, but there is little doubt this has been an under-performing group this year. The Red Raiders were 0-2 both SU and ATS when they played on a neutral court this year. Texas Tech faced St. Marys and South Florida in neutral court settings this season. The Red Raiders were 9-9 ATS as the listed underdog this year, including 4-4 ATS as a double digit underdog. Texas Tech lost earlier this year as a 16.5 point underdog at Missouri 84-92. G John Roberson leads the Red Raiders with 13.6 PPG and 4.3 APG this season. F Mike Singletary is averaging 12.7 PPG and a team high 5.7 RPG this year for Texas Tech. The Red Raiders are 4-1 ATS in their last 5 games against a team with a winning percentage above .600%. The Red Raiders are 9-3 ATS in their last 12 Wednesday games. Texas Tech is 9-3 ATS in their last 12 games overall. The Red Raiders are 8-3 ATS in their last 11 games as the listed underdog. Texas Tech is 3-9 ATS in their last 12 games following an ATS loss.
Red Raiders are 7-0 ATS last 7 games following a SU loss.
Under is 5-2 last 7 games as an underdog.
TIGERS: (-10, O/U 154.5) Missouri is happy to see Texas Tech in the 1st Round of the Big 12 Conference, because they've beaten them 4 consecutive times SU. Facing the Red Raiders is the perfect cure for Missouri, as they've lost their past 3 games SU to end the regular season. The Tigers are 22-9 SU and 12-13-1 ATS overall this season. Missouri is 3-1 SU and 2-2 ATS in neutral court settings this year. The Tigers have played both Georgetown and Illinois on a neutral court this season. Missouri was 7-9 ATS against conference opponents this year. The Tigers are 4-5 ATS this season as the listed double digit favorite. Missouri has a high octane offense, as they average 81.5 PPG this season, 9th most in the nation. G Marcus Denmon is averaging a team high 16.8 PPG this season for Missouri. F Laurence Bowers is averaging 11.8 PPG and 6.1 RPG for the Tigers this year. The Tigers are 5-1 ATS in their last 6 games as a favorite between 7 and 12.5 points. Missouri is 8-3 ATS in their last 11 neutral site games as the listed favorite.
Tigers are 4-1 ATS last 5 games as the listed favorite.
Over is 20-7 last 27 Wednesday games.
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