Hawaii vs. Nevada - 11/17/15 College Basketball Pick, Odds, and Prediction
Nevada Wolf Pack (1-0) at Hawaii Warriors (2-0)
College Basketball: Tuesday, November 17, 2015 at 4:00 am (Stan Sheriff Center)
The Line: Hawaii Warriors -6 -- Over/Under: See the Latest Odds
The Nevada Wolf Pack and Hawaii Rainbow Warriors play Tuesday morning at the Stan Sheriff Center.
The Nevada Wolf Pack look to keep the ball rolling after a solid 2-0 start to the season. The Nevada Wolf Pack are averaging 78 points on 44.8 percent shooting and are allowing 59 points on 29.9 percent shooting. Marqueze Coleman is averaging 17 points and 3.5 assists while D.J. Fenner is averaging 16.5 points and seven rebounds. AJ West is grabbing 11.5 rebounds and Tyron Criswell is dishing two assists. The Nevada Wolf Pack have four double-digit scorers and are averaging just 10 turnovers per game. Nevada has gotten off to a strong start but now have to prove they can win big games far away from home. Nevada has lost seven of its last eight road games.
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The Hawaii Rainbow Warriors also look for a big win after winning their first two games. The Hawaii Rainbow Warriors are averaging 80.5 points on 45.6 percent shooting and are allowing 69.5 points on 41.3 percent shooting. Roderick Bobbitt is averaging 16.5 points and nine assists while Aaron Valdes is averaging 15 points and seven rebounds. Stefan Jankovic is grabbing 9.5 rebounds and Isaac Fleming is dishing 2.5 assists. The Hawaii Rainbow Warriors have five double-digit scorers and are shooting 35.4 percent from beyond the arc. Hawaii also has 24 steals in its first two games and forcing more than 20 turnovers per game. Hawaii has won seven of its last 10 home games.
The Wolf Pack are 4-0 ATS in their last 4 non-conference games and 1-4 ATS in their last 5 games following a S.U. win. The Warriors are 5-1 ATS in their last 6 vs. Mountain West and 1-5 ATS in their last 6 games vs. a team with a winning S.U. record. The undedog is 6-2 ATS in the last 8 meetings.
Hawaii is on fire right now, shooting lights out and coming away with steals left and right. While Nevada is a step up in improvment, Hawaii should be able to get the job done and cover the reasonable number.