Stanford At Arizona Odds, Free Pick & TV Info
The Arizona Wildcats will look to get back in the win column following their humbling loss this past weekend when they host a Stanford Cardinal team that will look to record consecutive victories after getting big upset of their own the last time out.
Now, let’s find out which team is offering the most value in this intriguing Pac-12 pairing. Find the latest college basketball point spreads here.
Here’s A Closer Look At The Cardinal At Wildcats Odds, Free Pick & TV Info
When: Wednesday, February 8, 2-17 at 11:00 PM ET
Where: McKale Memorial Center, Tucson, Arizona
Live Stream: FOX Sports GO
NCAAB Odds: TBA
Why Bet On Stanford
Stanford (12-11 SU, 10-12 ATS) will likely be getting somewhere in the neighborhood of 6-10 points in this contest and they could cover the spread – if they follow the prescription that Oregon laid out for them on Saturday. The Cardinal certainly have plenty of motivation seeing as how they’ve lost each of the last 10 meetings against Arizona and each of the last six home dates against their longtime conference rivals.
Unfortunately, Stanford is pretty mediocre in ranking 285th in scoring (68.8 ppg) and 101st in points allowed (69.1 ppg). The Stanford Cardinal has just two players that average double figures in scoring and just two players that shoot over 50.0 percent from the field.
Why Bet On Arizona
Arizona (21-3 SU, 12-10-2 ATS) is great tem to back in this contest seeing as how they want to get rid of the bad taste left in their mouths from their stunning 88-66 road loss to No. 6 Oregon on Saturday. The good news is that the Wildcats are far and away a better team than the Cardinal as they rank 142nd in scoring (75.3 ppg) and a stellar 27th in points allowed (63.6 ppg).
Arizona also has a whopping five players that average double digits in scoring and at least three players that look like they could end up in the NBA starting with star 7-0 center Lauri Markkanen (15.9 points and 7.5 rebounds per game).
Expert Pick & Final Score Prediction
Arizona has gone 12-0 at home this season while Stanford is an uninspiring 3-4 in seven road dates. The Wildcats have won nine of their last 10 games while the Cardinal have gone 4-6 over the same span. More importantly, Stanford is a dismal 8-21 ATS in their last 29 road games while Arizona has gone 4-1-1 ATS in their last six games following an ATS loss and 5-2 AS in their last seven games against Stanford.
Keep it simple and back the Arizona Wildcats to win and cover the spread as likely 10-point home favorites.