The Hawaii Rainbow Warriors (21-9, 12-6 Big West) visit the CSU Northridge Matadors (7-23, 4-15 Big West) after winning three straight road games. The Rainbow Warriors are favored by 8 points in the contest, which begins at 10:00 PM ET on Thursday, March 2, 2023. The point total is set at 127 for the matchup.
Hawaii vs. CSU Northridge Odds
- Hawaii odds to win: -384
- CSU Northridge odds to win: +302
- Spread: Hawaii (-8)
- Total: 127
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Game Time and Information
- Date: Thursday, March 2, 2023
- Time: 10:00 PM ET
- TV: ESPN+
- Where: Northridge, California
- Venue: Matadome
Who Will Win Hawaii vs. CSU Northridge?
Hawaii and CSU Northridge Betting Trends, Records Against the Spread
When it has played as at least 8-point favorites this season, Hawaii is 1-6 against the spread.
CSU Northridge is 7-4 against the spread when an underdog by 8 points or more this season.
Between them, these two teams average 4.1 more points per game (131.1) than this game’s total (127).
Opponents of the two teams average a combined 3.1 more points per game, 130.1, than this game’s total of 127 points.
Hawaii’s average point total in outings this season is 128.2, 1.2 points higher than the over/under in this game.
The average over/under for Matadors games this year is 5.9 more points than the point total of 127 in this outing.
So far this season, the Rainbow Warriors have put together a 14-15-0 record against the spread.
The Matadors’ ATS record is 12-16-0 this season.
Hawaii Stats & Insights
Hawaii has a +165 scoring differential, topping opponents by 5.5 points per game. It is putting up 66.9 points per game to rank 305th in college basketball and is allowing 61.4 per contest to rank 14th in college basketball.
The 31.6 rebounds per game Hawaii averages rank 186th in college basketball, and are 2.4 more than the 29.2 its opponents pull down per contest.
The Rainbow Warriors connect on 6.5 three-pointers per game (272nd in college basketball) at a 32.4% rate (278th in college basketball), compared to the 4.3 per game their opponents make at a 28.8% rate.
Hawaii ranks 243rd in college basketball by averaging 91.2 points per 100 possessions on offense, and defensively is 22nd in college basketball, allowing 83.7 points per 100 possessions.
In home games, the Rainbow Warriors are averaging 0.9 more points per game (67.4) than they are in road games (66.5).
CSU Northridge Stats & Insights
CSU Northridge has been outscored by 4.5 points per game (posting 64.2 points per game, 339th in college basketball, while conceding 68.7 per contest, 137th in college basketball) and has a -136 scoring differential.
CSU Northridge pulls down 30.4 rebounds per game (265th in college basketball) while conceding 32.4 per outing to opponents. It is outrebounded by 2.0 boards per game.
CSU Northridge hits 5.9 three-pointers per game (319th in college basketball) at a 32.3% rate (289th in college basketball), compared to the 6.9 its opponents make, shooting 33.9% from deep.
CSU Northridge’s 86.6 points per 100 possessions on offense rank 329th in college basketball, and the 92.8 points it allows per 100 possessions rank 224th in college basketball.
In 2022-23 the Matadors are averaging 16.4 more points per game at home (72.0) than on the road (55.6).
Hawaii Key Players to Watch
Noel Coleman leads the Rainbow Warriors in scoring, tallying 12.2 points per game to go with 2.9 rebounds and 1.7 assists.
Hawaii’s leading rebounder is Bernardo da Silva averaging 6.8 boards per game and its best passer is JoVon McClanahan and his 3.4 assists per game.
Kamaka Hepa leads the Rainbow Warriors in three-point shooting, making an average of 2.0 shots per game from beyond the arc.
The Hawaii steals leader is Coleman, who averages 1.1 takeaways per game, while its blocks leader is da Silva, who compiles 1.1 rejections per contest.
CSU Northridge Key Players to Watch
Atin Wright’s points (16.7 per game) and assists (1.8 per game) stat lines give him the top scoring and assists spots on the Matadors’ leaderboards.
De’Sean Allen-Eikens’ stat line of 5.2 rebounds, 11.2 points and 1.3 assists per game helps him grab the top spot on the CSU Northridge rebounding leaderboard.
Wright is reliable from distance and leads the Matadors with 2.0 made threes per game.
CSU Northridge’s leader in steals is Wright with 1.3 per game, and its leader in blocks is Allen-Eikens with 0.7 per game.
Hawaii vs. CSU Northridge Prediction
- Pick ATS:
- Pick OU:
Hawaii 69, CSU Northridge 61
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