The Washington Huskies and the ninth-ranked Arizona Wildcats will face off in a Pac-12 clash at 8 p.m. ET on Monday at the McKale Memorial Center. The Wildcats are 11-1 overall and 7-0 at home, while Washington is 5-5 overall and 0-0 on the road. Arizona has not played a game since losing at Tennessee on Dec. 22.
The Wildcats are favored by 25-points in the latest Arizona vs. Washington odds from Caesars Sportsbook, while the over-under is set at 153.5. Before entering any Washington vs. Arizona picks, you’ll want to see the college basketball predictions from the proven computer model at SportsLine.
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- Arizona vs. Washington spread: Arizona -25
- Arizona vs. Washington over-under: 153.5 points
Featured Game | Arizona Wildcats vs. Washington Huskies
What you need to know about Arizona
Arizona will be excited to get back on the court after being off for nearly two weeks. The Wildcats have not played a game since losing a 77-73 decision at Tennessee on Dec. 22. They trailed by 15 points in the first half before eventually tying the game with three minutes remaining, but their effort came up just short down the stretch.
The Wildcats are a strong offensive team, leading the country in points per game (89.5) and ranking second in assists (21.3). They are led by Bennedict Mathurin, who is pouring in 18.3 points per game and has scored at least 24 points in four of his last six outings. Azuolas Tubelis (15.3) and Christian Koloko (12.8) are both scoring in double figures as well.
What you need to know about Washington
Washington comes into this game after a long layoff of its own, as the Huskies have not played since losing a 68-52 final against Utah Valley on Dec. 21. They missed all 11 of their 3-point attempts in that game, which led to the Huskies losing by double digits as 5.5-point favorites. Washington has only been able to play two games since Nov. 27 due to COVID-19 issues and has yet to face a power conference team.
The Huskies are led by guard Terrell Brown Jr., who spent last season at Arizona. Brown averaged just 7.3 points last year with the Wildcats, but he is leading the Pac-12 this season with 21.4 points per game. He needs more help from his teammates, as Washington is shooting just 39.0 percent from the floor and 28.5 percent from the perimeter.
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