Looking to win big? The Tigers and Wolf Pack face off at 10:00 ET on MW N. The Wolf Pack are hosting the game at Lawlor Events Center in Reno, NV. The over/under for this game is set at 149.5 points, and the Wolf Pack are the home favorites against the Tigers in a non-conference matchup.
PACIFIC TIGERS VS NEVADA WOLF PACK BETTING PICK
The Pick: Pacific Tigers +13
This game will be played at Lawlor Events Center at 10:00 ET on Wednesday, November 15th.
WHY BET THE PACIFIC TIGERS:
- We have this one finishing with a projected score of 77-68 in favor of the Wolf Pack.
- Even though we have Nevada winning straight-up, we like Pacific at +13.
- The over/under is currently sitting at 149.5 points, and we like the under with a projected 145 points.
Will Pacific Be The Talk of Lawlor Events Center?
Pacific is playing for the 3rd time this year, carrying in a 1-1 mark. Including last seasonm Pacific has a 1-4 record on the road. Before today’s game, Pacific’s ATS record stands at 1-1. Over the course of the school’s last three games, they have achieved an ATS record of 1-2 and an average scoring margin of 0.
Pacific’s games have, on average, featured 143.5 points per game leading to an over/under record of 1-1-0. Their average over/under line is currently 141.8 points so far. The Tigers’ last five games have finished with a comined 74 points per game and an over/under record of 2-3.
The Pacific offense is coming off a game in which they scored 87 points vs. California. Overall their field goal percentage was 49.2% while connecting on 13 threes. Leading the team in scoring was Donovan Williams with 23 points. Judson Martindale also added 15 points for the Tigers.
Currently, the Tigers’ defense holds the 75th rank in the nation, allowing 71.5 points per game.
Can the Wolf Pack Please their Home Crowd?
Pacific carries a season record of 2-0 into today’s matchup vs. Pacific. Across their past ten home games, Pacific has posted a 4-6 record at home, including last year. Currently, Pacific has an ATS record of 2-0 heading into their matchup vs. Pacific. Pacific’s performance in their last ten games, encompassing the previous season, reflects an ATS record of 7-3.
Looking at their over/under performance through two games, Pacific has an over/under record of 2-0-0, with their games averaging 149.5 points per game on average. The Wolf Pack have an over/under record of 2-1 in their last three games, with their games averaging 73 points per game.
Coming off a good offensive performance, Nevada’s offense scored 83 points against Washington. Their field goal percentage for the game was 46.2%, and they went 21/26 from the free-throw line. Leading the team in scoring was Kenan Blackshear with 31 points. Nick Davidson also added 13 points for the Wolf Pack.
Currently, the Wolf Pack’s defense holds the 66th rank in the nation, allowing 69.5 points per game.