Wednesday night at college hoops, the two best teams in the country (No Bordeaux And number 2 Tennessee) at work again.
But we don’t look at those games specifically.
K McCune Three Man Weave targets three other major conference affairs with quality betting value.
So dive in below and get your best college basketball odds and best bets for Wednesday night college basketball.
Best bets for Three Man Weave College basketball on Wednesday
The team logos in the table below represent each of the matches Ky is targeting from Wednesday’s fixture list. Click on the team logos for a match below to go to a specific bet discussed in this article.
Georgia vs. Auburn
by K McCune
on January 4, Auburn Tigers Travel to Stegeman Coliseum to take on an assignment Georgia Bulldog And they left after two hours with their tails between their legs. UGA did not intimidate their ranked opponent and dominated the game from start to finish.
Tonight, Georgia will look to sweep its conference rival.
There are those who support the “revenge” theory in sports, but this is a fallacy. Most likely, the team that wins the first game probably has the blueprint and tools to win — or at least cover — the second game.
And tonight’s wide spread gives plenty of leeway for the Bulldogs, which fell sharply in the analytics rankings due to one weak effort against the best team in the SEC.
Auburn has a tough home court. There is no doubt about that. But the Tigers have not been as dominant at home this season, posting a record of only 4-7 against the spread.
Many believed that Auburn was playing in over his head and was overplayed during his hot start at the start of the year. This theory began to gain traction, as the Tigers slid down the analytical standings and struggled to decisively shut down conference opponents.
In game one, Georgia lived at the foul line, attempting 32 free throws to Auburn’s 16. While one could argue that there is little home cooking involved, this dichotomy follows the distinct characteristics of both teams.
Georgia leads the SEC in free throw attempts in league play. Guards Terry Roberts, Kario Oquendo, and Justin Hill are excellent at attacking the basket and drawing fouls.
Auburn allows the second highest free throw rate in the SEC, and Bruce Pearl’s teams always tend to be vulnerable due to their aggression on the defensive end.
UGA has a huge advantage here.
Auburn’s offense was league average in nearly every area. In the first game against UGA, the Tigers put up just 0.96 points per possession despite grabbing 43% of their errors.
While that rebounding edge still remains for Auburn, the Dogs shouldn’t be afraid to put the Tigers on the clinic offensively.
Auburn has been among the worst outside shooting teams in the SEC this season, they don’t have a truly dominant scorer from their low block shooters and their guards are wildly erratic. Scoring will not come easily.
Double-digit differences in conference play are hard to cover, especially against a team as inept as Georgia – a team that has already shown it can beat Auburn decisively.
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Georgia Tech vs. Louisville
by K McCune
We haven’t seen Louisville He’s been in a lot of short-spread games this season, especially since team play started.
Tonight’s two-point spread is the shortest streak Louisville has been a part of since the December game against Lipscomb.
In games where Louisville is the favorite or a dog less than two points this season, the Cardinals are 0-4 against the number.
of course, Georgia Tech He wasn’t exactly a shining example of a good college basketball team. The Yellow Jackets go into tonight’s game on a five-game losing streak and a seven-game losing streak.
Injuries have played a role, but it’s fair to say that this version of the GT does not have the level of talent required to compete in the ACC.
However, Georgia Tech is much better than Louisville – and likely much better than KenPom’s No. 198 rating would suggest.
After a 43-point loss against Duke, Georgia Tech dropped 33 spots in the KenPom standings, a massive drop. This game can be treated as an exception – we have 20 other games in our sample that show the technology is better than this one.
While the overall talent gap isn’t wide between these two teams, the distribution of that talent is key.
As mentioned in multiple venues this season, Louisville only has one competent guard on its roster. This has killed the Cardinals all season on both ends of the Earth.
Georgia Tech’s blocking handoff and dribbling will be a huge challenge for Wavell tonight.
On the other hand, Georgia Tech plays a lot of territory, which isn’t good for a Louisville team that lacks shooters and starters who can play out of the high position.
Plus, Louisville center Brandon Huntley Hatfield is likely to come out again, which removes one of Louisville’s best rebounders, dump options, and frame guards on the other end.
Both teams are desperate to win here tonight, and they both think they can do it. I support the most talented team with better goalkeepers and a better coach.
North Carolina house
by K McCune
a house He currently sits 8-3 in the ACC, 1.5 games ahead of first and a half games behind. North Carolina.
No one in their wildest dreams expected the Panthers to be in that position on February 1, but Pitt played nicely from the transfers of Blake Henson and Nelly Cummings, as well as senior Jamarious Burton.
Winning the conference and pushing for a wide bid proved to be a legitimate threat
Pitt’s victories weren’t just against the dregs in the ACC. The Panthers have beaten NC State, Virginia, Wake, Miami and UNC this season while having an 8-3 ATS record in conference, second-best in the league.
That win over UNC on December 30th came in horrible fashion. The Tar Heels kept Pitt at arm’s length the entire game, leading by as many as nine in the second half until a late running end by the Panthers put the Heels away.
Pitt scored inside the arc at will, shooting 63.2% behind Burton’s 31-point effort. UNC couldn’t stop her, and her marshals made the champ’s typical late attempt by grabbing an ill-advised 3-kick on a futile comeback attempt.
When it comes to talent, UNC has an indisputable advantage tonight. When it comes to making decisions and playing smart basketball, take advantage of Pete.
UNC big man Armando Pacote will pose a challenge for Pitt tonight, just as he was in Game 1 when he lost 22 points and had 13 boards. The Panthers lack real paint size, so if UNC sticks to a game plan that includes getting a touch of Bacot every time on the floor, Pitt is in trouble.
Fortunately for Pitt, the UNC guards — Caleb Love and RJ Davis — have egos. At some point during this game, the duo will try to “get their shot” and force ill-advised shots – especially if this game stays close.
If Pete doubles down on post entries and focuses on taking Bacot, he could bait UNC guards for taking bad shots.
On the other hand, Pete has already proven he can score against UNC. The Tar Heels’ internal defense hasn’t been strong in conference play, and the Panthers have an array of talented playmakers and shot makers at their disposal.
Driving and kicking opportunities should be available, and Pitt will look into forcing Bacot to defend in catching moves, which hasn’t been great this season.