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Hawaii vs CSU Northridge Basketball Prediction, Best Bets, Spread & Odds - Big West Tournament

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Hawaii vs CSU Northridge Basketball Prediction, Best Bets, Spread & Odds - Big West Tournament

The No. 3 seed Hawaii Rainbow Warriors (19-13, 11-9 Big West) and the No. 7 seed CSU Northridge Matadors (19-14, 9-11 Big West) face off in the Big West tournament Thursday at Dollar Loan Center, tipping off at 9:00 PM ET.

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Hawaii vs. CSU Northridge Game Info and Odds

  • Game Day: Thursday, March 14, 2024
  • Game Time: 9:00 PM ET
  • TV Channel: ESPN+
  • Location: Henderson, Nevada
  • Arena: Dollar Loan Center

Hawaii vs. CSU Northridge Picks and Prediction

All college basketball win probability predictions and picks are according to numberFire.
Prediction: Hawaii win (64.7%)

See these betting trends and insights before you bet on Thursday's Hawaii-CSU Northridge spread (Hawaii -5.5) or total (140.5 points).

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Hawaii vs. CSU Northridge: ATS Betting Stats and Trends

  • Hawaii has covered 13 times in 30 games with a spread this season.
  • CSU Northridge has compiled a 22-9-0 record against the spread this season.
  • Hawaii (8-5) covers a lower percentage of games when it is favored by 5.5 points or more this season (61.5%) than CSU Northridge (6-3) does as a 5.5+-point underdog (66.7%).
  • The Rainbow Warriors have covered the spread in a higher percentage of their home games than away games. They have covered seven times in 17 opportunities at home, and they've covered four times in 11 opportunities in road games.
  • The Matadors' winning percentage against the spread at home is .571 (8-6-0). Away, it is .812 (13-3-0).
  • Hawaii's record against the spread in conference action is 9-11-0.
  • CSU Northridge's Big West record against the spread is 13-8-0.

Hawaii vs. CSU Northridge: Moneyline Betting Stats

  • Hawaii has been chosen as the moneyline favorite in 19 games this year and has walked away with the win 15 times (78.9%) in those games.
  • The Rainbow Warriors have a win-loss record of 12-1 when favored by -250 or better by bookmakers this year.
  • CSU Northridge has been the underdog on the moneyline 19 total times this season. CSU Northridge has gone 8-11 in those games.
  • The Matadors are 2-5 (winning only 28.6% of their games) when they have played as a moneyline underdog of +202 or longer.
  • Sportsbooks have implied with the moneyline set for this matchup that Hawaii has a 71.4% chance of pulling out a win.

Hawaii vs. CSU Northridge Head-to-Head Comparison

  • Hawaii has a +117 scoring differential, topping opponents by 3.6 points per game. It is putting up 72.4 points per game to rank 217th in college basketball and is giving up 68.8 per outing to rank 85th in college basketball.
  • Noel Coleman's 13.9 points per game lead Hawaii and are 404th in college basketball.
  • CSU Northridge outscores opponents by 1.6 points per game (posting 75.2 points per game, 132nd in college basketball, and allowing 73.6 per contest, 236th in college basketball) and has a +55 scoring differential.
  • De'Sean Allen-Eikens' team-leading 18.7 points per game rank him 63rd in the country.
  • The Rainbow Warriors prevail in the rebound battle by an average of 2.3 boards. They are collecting 34.1 rebounds per game (257th in college basketball) compared to their opponents' 31.8 per contest.
  • Bernardo da Silva tops the Rainbow Warriors with 7.1 rebounds per game (173rd in college basketball action).
  • The Matadors pull down 40.2 rebounds per game (14th in college basketball) while conceding 34.9 per outing to opponents. They outrebound opponents by 5.3 boards per game.
  • Keonte Jones is 197th in the country with 6.8 rebounds per game, leading the Matadors.
  • Hawaii's 97.4 points per 100 possessions on offense rank 132nd in college basketball, and the 92.4 points it allows per 100 possessions rank 165th in college basketball.
  • The Matadors' 91.0 points per 100 possessions on offense rank 275th in college basketball, and the 89.0 points they concede per 100 possessions rank 73rd in college basketball.

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