The Arizona Wildcats (8-1) bring a three-game win streak into a road matchup with the Washington State Cougars (8-0), who have won eight straight. The Wildcats are favorites (-8) in the contest, which tips at 10:30 PM ET (on PACN) on Saturday, January 2, 2021. The matchup has an over/under of 135.
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- Jemarl Baker Jr. leads the Wildcats in scoring, racking up 14.6 points per game.
- James Akinjo leads Arizona with 5.0 assists a game and Jordan Brown paces the team with 6.3 rebounds per outing.
- Baker knocks down 2.7 threes per game to lead the Wildcats.
- Akinjo leads the team with 1.6 steals per game. Christian Koloko collects 1.1 blocks a game to pace Arizona.
Washington State Leaders
- Isaac Bonton has the top spot on the Cougars scoring and assist lists, tallying 16.0 points and 3.6 assists per game.
- The Cougars leading rebounder is Efe Abogidi with 9.1 per game. He also scores 10.3 points per game.
- Andrej Jakimovski averages 1.6 made threes per game to pace the Cougars.
- Bonton leads the Wildcats with 1.6 steals per game and Abogidi is their top shot blocker with 2.1 blocks per game.
Arizona vs Washington State: Last 2 Meetings
Arizona has a 2-0 record in the last two matchups with Washington State. The Wildcats have beat the spread more often than not against the Cougars, holding a 1-0 record ATS in those head-to-head matchups.
Arizona vs Washington State (Last 2 Games)
- The Wildcats average 78.6 points per game, 21.0 more points than the 57.6 the Cougars give up.
- Arizona has an 8-1 record overall and a 5-0-1 record against the spread when scoring more than 57.6 points.
- Washington State is 0-0 against the spread and 0-0 overall when allowing more than 78.6 points.
- The Cougars' 68.8 points per game are six more points than the 62.8 the Wildcats allow.
- Washington State has put together a 4-0 overall record and a 3-0 ATS record in games it scores more than 62.8 points.
- Arizona has a 1-1 record overall and an ATS record of 1-1 in games when its opponents score more than 68.8 points.
- The Wildcats have out-scored their opponents by a total of 142 points this season (15.8 points per game on average), and the Cougars have put up 89 more points than their opponents on the year (11.2 per game).
- The Wildcats and the Cougars are evenly matched on the glass this season, with the teams averaging similar numbers (39.7 and 43 boards per game, respectively).
- When Washington State earns the rebounding advantage they are 2-3 against the spread. When recording fewer boards, Arizona is 0-0-1.
- The Wildcats average 12.7 offensive boards per game, more than the Cougars by 1.8 rebounds per contest.
- The Wildcats are 3-3-1 against the spread when grabbing more boards than their opponents. The Cougars are 1-2 when they trail in offensive rebounding.
- Rebounding has been a pillar for both teams this year. Arizona records an average rebounding margin of +10.6 rebounds per game. Washington State averages a margin of +5.9 rebounds.