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Washington State vs. Arizona NCAAB Betting Lines

WSU Cougars vs No. 13 Arizona Wildcats NCAAB Lines

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Washington State vs. Arizona Matchup
Date/Time: Thursday, February 17, 8:30 PM ET
Venue: McKale Center, Tucson, AZ
Broadcast: FSN
Washington State Cougars vs. Arizona Wildcats Betting Lines from BetED.com
Money Line: WSU +320 / Arizona -400
Spread: Arizona -8.5
Over/Under: 141.5

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Washington State Cougars vs. Arizona Wildcats Preview

Washington State (17-8) is in 4th place in the Pac 10 and they can get off the bubble with a win over Arizona (21-4), but that will not be easy against a Wildcats’ team that has not lost at home this season. NCAAB lines have Arizona as 8.5-point favorites in this game with a total of 141.5.

In their last games WSU beat Cal 75-71 at home on Saturday and Arizona won their 6th straight game beating Arizona State 67-52 on the road on Sunday.

These teams have been good bets on the season, as WSU is 13-9-1 ATS and Arizona is 14-8-1 ATS. WSU has covered the spread in 5 of their last 7 games at Arizona.

Washington State G Klay Thompson (20.6 ppg) is the leading scorer in the Pac 10, but he has struggled lately, as in his last 4 games he is only averaging 11.5 ppg on 35.6% shooting.

Arizona did not shoot well in their 2 point win at home over WSU last month, but they won the battle of the boards and they nailed 11/18 of their 3-point shots. Wildcats’ leading scorer and rebounder Derrick Williams (19.2 ppg 8 rpg) did not shoot well in that contest, but he pulled down 19 boards. The Cougars and especially F DeAngelo Casto (11.2 ppg 6.4 rpg) has to man the boards tonight. Casto has really been a thorn in the side for the Wildcats, as in his last 3 games against Arizona he has averaged 17.3 ppg, 8.3 rpg and 2.7 blocks.

The Cougars are led by their backcourt and for them to win tonight they will need a good game from Thomson and G Faisal Aden (13.6 ppg).

If Williams struggles again on offense the Cougars have a legit chance for the upset since Arizona does not have one other player besides Williams averaging in double figures.

Arizona is a hot team and they are a better team in the pain and while they will win this game it will be close and WSU will keep it pretty close and cover the spread.

Betting Trends

Arizona is 2-5 ATS in their last 5 home games and WSU is 1-4 ATS in their last 5 games as a road underdog of 7.0-12.5.

Pick: WSU +8.5

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