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Northeastern vs. UNC Wilmington - 3/10/19 College Basketball Pick, Odds, and Prediction

UNC Wilmington at Northeastern
Date & Time Sunday March 10, 2019, 6:00 PM (EDT)
North Charleston Coliseum
North Charleston, South Carolina
The Line
Northeastern Huskies -11 O/U 155
TV Channel
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The UNC Wilmington Seahawks  will take on the Northeastern Huskies in college basketball action from the CAA Tournament on Sunday.

UNC Wilmington enters this game at 9-22 on the year so far. The Seahawks had lost three straight games to Elon, William & Mary and Charleston heading into the first round of the tournament Saturday, but took out Elon 93-86 there.

In the win Saturday, UNC Wilmington’s Jeantal Cylla led the way on 23 points with nine rebounds. Devontae Cacok also had a nice night for the Seahawks there with his 16 points and 12 rebounds.

Over on the Huskies’ side, they’re currently 20-10 this year. Northeastern has won four straight games, taking out James Madison, Towson, Delaware and Drexel during that stretch.

In the win over the Dragons, Northeastern’s Jordan Roland led the team on 26 points with two assists and three steals. Vasa Pusica ended up with 21 points, five assists and nine rebounds for the Huskies in that one as well.

Stay tuned for the current trends in this matchup once they are released.

Northeastern is on a nice run right now, scoring at least 72 points in every game since way back on December 21. The Huskies have won 13 of their last 15 games as well—with one of those losses coming in OT.

Northeastern has been great on the other side as well, holding opponents to 66 or fewer points in each of their last four. With that kind of pedigree coming in here, I have to go with the Huskies on the big cover.

Northeastern Huskies -11

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