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#793 Pacific vs.
#794 Gonzaga
Saturday, January 25, 2020 at 10:00pm EST
Written by Scott Reichel

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#793 Pacific University
#794 Gonzaga University
15-7
20-1
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11-8-1
11-8-1
15-5
71
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This Saturday, there is an NCAAB matchup between the Pacific Tigers and the Gonzaga Bulldogs. This game will take place at the McCarthey Athletic Center at approximately 10:00 P.M EST.

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Pacific's most underrated player is junior guardJustin Moore who has been good so far this season. He is averaging 9.6 points per game along with 3.4 assists and 3.1 rebounds. In addition, he is shooting 47.5% from the three-point line so he has been able to stretch defenses out all by himself.

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Full-Game Total Pick

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Both of these two teams have been solid offensively so I think that this total is too low. Gonzaga is averaging 88.8 points per game while Pacific is averaging 71.1 points per game so I think that this game should be pretty high-scoring. Plus, Gonzaga likes to play at a very fast tempo as it ranks 29th in adjusted offensive tempo according to Kenpom rankings so I think that this game has the potential to generate a ton of points as Gonzaga is always a threat to score at least 90 points in any game. As a result, I think that there is a lot of value with the over.

Prediction: Over 142.5

Half-Time Side Pick

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Gonzaga has won every home games up to this point in the season so I think that the Bulldogs should be able to get out to a fast start in front of their home fans on Saturday. Gonzaga has the significantly better roster in this matchup and I think that the talent disparity is too large for Pacific to overcome. Plus, Gonzaga is averaging roughly four more rebounds per game so I think that it should be able to generate enough second-chance points in order to cover this first half spread. Give me the home team as a result.

Prediction: Gonzaga 1H
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Written By Scott Reichel

Scott Reichel is a University of Wisconsin-Madison graduate with an insane passion for sports. His commitment to endlessly researching statistics helps separate him from other handicappers with regard to MLB, NBA, NCAAB, NCAAF, NHL and NFL coverage. Scott also shares his passion for sports on StatSalt's YouTube page where he does a daily show called Scott's Selections.