The Nevada Wolf Pack (1-1) will be at home in the Lawlor Events Center when they take on the UT Arlington Mavericks (2-0). The Over/Under (O/U) for the game has been set at 144.5 points with Nevada opening as a 7-point favorite. Tip-off is set for 10 p.m. ET on Tuesday, November 12, 2019.
UT Arlington Mavericks vs. Nevada Wolf Pack ATS Preview
In the Mavericks’ last outing, they were victorious over the Tulsa Golden Hurricane, 73-59. Jabari Narcis led UT Arlington in scoring with 16 points on 4-for-9 shooting. UT Arlington dominated nearly every facet of the game. They had an effective field goal percentage of 0.475 and a turnover percentage of 11.8. For those same stats, Tulsa was 0.347 and 12.2, respectively.
The Wolf Pack come in on a high note after topping the Loyola Marymount Lions in their last outing, 72-67. With 24 points on 7-for-13 shooting, Lindsey Drew was the game’s leading scorer. Nevada played a nearly perfect game. They had an offensive rebounding percentage of 23.5 and a free throw rate of 0.304. Loyola Marymount recorded marks of 11.1 and 0.273, respectively, for those same stats.
Nevada could dominate on defense as they square off against one of the NCAA’s worst offenses. The Wolf Pack rank 52nd in effective field goal percentage allowed (0.477), while UT Arlington is 312th in effective field goal percentage (0.475) dating back to the 2018-19 season.
UT Arlington Mavericks at Nevada Wolf Pack Odds Prediction
College Basketball Prediction: SU Winner – Nevada, ATS Winner – Nevada, O/U – Over
Betting Notes (2018-Present):
The Mavericks average 24.1 three pointers per game, which ranks 87th in the country. The Wolf Pack rank 194th in three pointers allowed per game (23.2).
Nevada averages 14.7 assists per game, which ranks 72nd in the NCAA. UT Arlington ranks 108th in assists allowed per game (12.4).
Nevada ranks 22nd in blocks allowed per game (2.4) while UT Arlington ranks 198th (3.7).
The Mavericks average 37.8 rebounds per game, which ranks 60th in the nation. The Wolf Pack rank 189th in rebounds allowed per game (35.2).
Nevada ranks sixth in steals allowed per game (4.6) while UT Arlington ranks 120th (6.0).