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Rhode Island vs Tulane 11/22/22 College Basketball Picks, Predictions, Odds

Tulane Green Wave (3-1) vs. Rhode Island Rams (1-3)
November 22, 2022 5:00 pm EDT
The Line: Rhode Island Rams +9 / Tulane Green Wave -9 ; Over/Under: -
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The Tulane Green Wave and the Rhode Island Rams meet Tuesday in college basketball action from John Gray Gymnasium. Tulane is 3-1 on the year and coming off a loss to Nevada. As for Rhode Island, they lost to Kansas State in their Monday game. Check back all season long for free college basketball picks at Sports Chat Place. 

Tulane began their year with a matchup versus UMKC. The Green Wave didn’t have too many problems in an 89-67 win, then they kept it going with a 75-58 win over McNeese State. Tulane won game three versus Charleston Southern 99-79. 

The Green Wave matched up against Nevada on Monday. Tulane had a 32-29 halftime lead, but gave up 46 points from there in a 75-66 loss. Jaylen Forbes put up 24 points to lead the team, and Sion James added 15 points. 

Over on the Rhode Island side, they took a couple of consecutive losses to kick off the season. The Rams fell to Quinnipiac 67-62 and Texas State 70-66. Rhode Island got their first win over Stony Brook 74-64 last Tuesday. 

In Monday’s matchup versus Kansas State, the Rams took a 44-27 deficit into the locker room. Rhode Island was outscored 33-30 from there in a 77-57 loss. Ishmael Leggett led the way on 13 points, and Brandon Weston put up 10 points with 10 rebounds. 

PICK: I’m going to stay with Tulane. The Green Wave had a bad second half in their loss to Nevada on Monday. Tulane shot 37.5 percent overall and was out-rebounded 40-32. The Green Wave have generally been a better team than that this season, however. They should be able to handle Rhode Island, who has just one game with over 66 points so far. 

Andrew's Free Pick: Tulane Green Wave -9

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