The Arizona Wildcats (3-0) are heavily favored (-10.5) to continue a three-game winning streak when they host the CSU Bakersfield Roadrunners (0-1) at 7:00 PM ET on Wednesday, December 9, 2020 at McKale Center. The contest airs on PACN. The matchup has an over/under set at 61.5 points.
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- Taze Moore put up 11.5 points per game last season.
- Czar Perry collected 3.8 assists per game and De'Monte Buckingham pulled down 4.5 rebounds per matchup.
- Justin Edler-Davis was prolific from the three-point line a season ago, hitting 1.3 per game.
- Perry nicked 1.4 steals per game. Moore collected 0.9 blocks a game.
- Last year, the 76.4 points per game the Wildcats recorded were 8.8 more points than the Roadrunners allowed (67.6).
- Arizona compiled a 13-0-1 record against the spread and a 20-3 record overall last season when totaling 67.6 points or more.
- CSU Bakersfield went 1-4 against the spread and 0-6 overall last season when giving up more than 76.4 points.
- The Roadrunners averaged only 2.7 more points per game last year (68) than the Wildcats allowed their opponents to score (65.3).
- CSU Bakersfield put together a 7-0 ATS record and a 10-7 overall record last season in games it scored more than 65.3 points.
- Arizona's record was 4-6-1 against the spread and 7-7 overall when it let its opponents to score more than 68 points last season.
- The Wildcats put up a total of 355 more points than their opponents last year (an average of 11.1 per game), and the Roadrunners out-scored opponents by just 12 points on the season (0.4 more per game).
- The Wildcats and the Roadrunners grabbed rebounds at approximately the same rate last season (34.3 and 34.4 boards per game, respectively).
- CSU Bakersfield was 7-14 against the spread when grabbing more boards than their opponents. Arizona was 2-1 when they lost the rebounding battle.
- The Wildcats averaged 9.6 offensive boards per game, -1.7 rebounds fewer than the Roadrunners.
- When the Roadrunners grabbed the most offensive rebounds they were 6-14 against the spread. When recording fewer boards, the Wildcats were 7-0-1.
- Both teams tended to win the rebounding battle last year. The Wildcats recorded an average rebounding margin of +3.7 rebounds per game, and the Roadrunners averaged a margin of +7.2 rebounds.