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Texas vs Oklahoma (4:00pm)

Updated: Mar 7

Fresh off a thrilling triumph against the Baylor Bears last Saturday, the Longhorns clinched a narrow 75-73 victory with a last-second layup. While several players delivered commendable performances, Dylan Disu stood out, contributing 19 points to lead Texas to success. Notably, Disu has been averaging 19.3 points per game in his last four appearances leading up to Tuesday's game. Tyrese Hunter also played a pivotal role, concluding the match with 21 points. Throughout the season, Hunter has maintained an average of 12.6 points, 4.2 assists, and 2.5 rebounds per game. His shooting accuracy is noteworthy, with a 49.4% success rate in field goals and a 35.2% conversion rate from beyond the arc. This season, Texas holds the 46th spot in the KenPom adjusted efficiency rankings, with a notable 25th rank in offense and 56th in defense. They stand at 71st in points per game and 41st in assists per game nationwide. Additionally, the team boasts a 35th position in the nation for effective field goal percentage.

In this year's KenPom adjusted efficiency rankings, Oklahoma secures the 21st position, with a notable 47th rank in adjusted offensive efficiency and a solid 17th rank in adjusted defensive efficiency. The team stands at 48th in the nation for points per game and 32nd in effective field goal percentage. Leading the charge are Javion McCollum and Otega Ohweh.

Javion McCollum enters the game with an average of 14.9 points per game, showcasing a 45.2% shooting accuracy. He also stands out as the team leader in three-pointers, making 39 of his 104 attempts this season. On the other hand, Otega Ohweh contributes with 14.1 points per game and an impressive 55.0% shooting accuracy from the field.

Anticipate a closely contested and highly competitive game! Based on my analysis, Oklahoma is favored by no more than 3 points, making the +4.5 points offered a significant advantage. According to SportsInsights, over 72% of the tickets and 80% of the money favor Oklahoma, posing a substantial risk for the books. Seize this excellent opportunity to go against the prevailing trend in this matchup.

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Pick: Texas +4.5 (-110)

🍀Best of luck!



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