Seattle Redhawks (9-2) at Washington Huskies (6-3)
|Date & Time||Sunday December 9, 2018, 9:00 PM (EST)|
The Line: Washington Huskies -14 -- Over/Under: 146
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West coast college basketball action features the Seattle Redhawks visiting the Washington Huskies.
The Seattle Redhawks have been playing well with six consecutive victories following a 90-71 rout of visiting Nebraska Omaha as a six point home favorite on Thursday. Seattle led by just four at the break before a 51 point second run lead to an easy victory behind a 54.4%-39% shooting edge being the decisive factor.
The Redhawks leaned on the twosome of Delante Jones and Matej Kavas with 26 points apiece on a combined 16-26 from the floor including ten makes from long range and 10-11 at the line. Terrell Brown gave Seattle 12 points, eleven rebounds and five helpers on 5-9 shooting followed by an eleven point, four pull effort from Riley Grigsby on 5-6 accuracy.
The Washington Huskies saw a two game winning streak come to an end in an 81-79 loss at top ranked Gonzaga as a 15.5 point road dog on Wednesday. Washington trailed by ten points heading to the locker room before a spirited rally fell just short. The Huskies held a 47.5%-42.9% shooting advantage with Gonzaga squeezing by with a 19-14 advantage at the charity stripe.
Jaylen Nowell kept Washington in the game as he poured in 26 points with three yanks and six assists on 10-18 accuracy and 4-4 at the line. The Huskies received 18 points and four assists from Matisse Thybulle on 6-11 from the floor including 3-3 from distance followed by a 13 point, seven rebound performance from Noah Dickerson on 4-9.
Seattle Redhawks are 4-1 ATS in their last 5 non-conference games and Seattle Redhawks are 4-1 ATS in their last 5 games overall. Under is 4-1 in Washington Huskies last 5 non-conference games and under is 19-7 in Washington Huskies last 26 games following a straight up loss and under is 36-17 in Washington Huskies last 53 overall.
I think the line is a bit higher because of the way Washington performed against Gonzaga but Seattle is good enough to stay within the number...