Stanford Cardinal vs. Arizona Wildcats Odds & Pick

by | Last updated Mar 10, 2022 | cbb

Stanford Cardinal (16-15 SU, 14-16-1 ATS) vs. Arizona Wildcats (28-3 SU, 17-12-2 ATS)
When: Thursday March 10 2022, 3:00 PM PM (ET)
Where: T-Mobile Arena

Point Spread: Stanford +15/Arizona -15
Total: 145
Money Line: Cardinal +849/Arizona -1614
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Key Injuries

Noah Taitz: Leg (OUT)

Arizona has no reported injuries at this time.

Recent Form

The Stanford Cardinal come into this matchup with an overall record of 16-15. On the season, the Cardinal have struggled in Pac 12 action. Through 21 games, the Cardinal are 9th in the conference with a record of 9-12. Not only is Stanford struggling in the Pac 12, but they also have a below .500 record on the road, sitting at 6-10. In their past 5 contests, the team has gone just 1-4.

The Arizona Wildcats get set to host the Cardinal with an overall record of 28-3. On the season, the Wildcats have performed well in their 20 conference games, posting a record of 18-2. This mark is good for 1st in the Pac 12. In addition to playing well in the Pac 12, Arizona has performed well at home. Through 17 games, the Wildcats are 17-0 at home. Heading into this matchup, the Wildcats are looking to stay hot as they try to add on to their current 3 game win streak.

For the season, the Stanford Cardinal are averaging 65.9 points per game, good for a rank of 282nd in the NCAA. When playing on the road, the Cardinal’s scoring average drops to 60.75. The team’s defensive performance also takes a hit when playing away from home, giving up an additional 2.0 points per game. On the other side, the Arizona Wildcats are the 3rd ranked scoring offense, averaging 84.7 points per game. Throughout the season, the Wildcats’ offense has not experienced an uptick when playing at home, averaging 87.0 points per game on their home floor. However, the Wildcats’ defense has benefited from playing at home, giving up -4.0 fewer points per game.

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Efficiency Outlook

Arizona enters this matchup vs Stanford, having played 31 games as the more efficient offense and defensive team. In these contests, they have posted a record of 28-3. Through 31 games, the Wildcats are averaging 79.0 points per 70.0 possessions (NCAA Average), compared to 79.0 for the Wildcats. In these situations, Arizona has an average scoring margin of 18.0 points. Until this point, the Cardinal have not played a game in which they were the inferior team on both ends of the court. In terms of offensive efficiency, Arizona is averaging 79.0 points per 70.0 possessions (NCAA Average), compared to 68.0 for the Cardinal.

On the season, the Cardinal has been a balanced scoring unit, with 27.7% of their scoring coming from made three-pointers. Even though Arizona is only near the NCAA average in percentage of points from outside, it is still more than the Wildcats. So far, just 27.7% of their points are coming from three-point shots. In terms of efficiency, Arizona has been the more efficient team, connecting at a rate of 34.9%, compared to Stanford at 33.2%.

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Betting Trends Worth Noting

  • The total has gone UNDER in 4 of Stanford’s last 6 games when playing Arizona
  • Stanford is 2-22 SU in its last 24 games when playing Arizona
  • Arizona is 22-2 SU in its last 24 games when playing Stanford
  • The total has gone UNDER in 4 of Arizona’s last 6 games when playing Stanford

Joe’s Pick Against the Spread

Yesterday’s come from behind win wasn’t something good Stanford did. It was bad play by Arizona State that got them the win. The Cardinal had shot around 37% from the field over their last five and had given up almost 50% from the field during that span. Those aren’t numbers that just disappear. I’m betting the Wildcats to squash the Cardinal! Question: Did you know that you could be betting for cheaper? Almost all sportsbooks charge the bettor -110 odds on sides and totals. Did you know that you could be laying only -105 at BetanySports? It doesn’t sound like much, but if you take a couple minutes to pencil out how much you’d have saved over the past year the numbers are astronomical! Be smart! Make the switch to reduced juice betting today! You’ll be SO glad you did! (Note: You must choose reduced juice over instead of the signup bonus when you sign up there). Click here to start saving big bucks TODAY!