College Basketball Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Friday

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The college basketball card features several games on the schedule for Friday December 8thto the satisfaction of sports bettors worldwide. A tripleheader will be televised over national television from Staples Center.

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The Staples Center tripleheader gets underway from LA at 8PM Eastern Time on PAC 12 Network as the Arizona St Sun Devils will meet St Johns Red Storm. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the Arizona St Sun Devils favored by -5 points. Arizona St is a perfect 7-0 on the season. Under head coach Bobby Hurley the Arizona St Sun Devils are a fast tempo team. They are averaging 92 points per game and shooting 53% from the floor with 42% from three point range. Their most notable victory came on November 24th on a neutral court to Xavier where they won 102-86. Senior guard Tra Holder scored 40 points in the win. St Johns have a mark of 8-1. Their only defeat came to Missouri on a neutral court losing 90-82. They opened up this trip out west with a 68-60 victory to Grand Canyon in a game played in Phoenix Arizona.

At 10:30PM Eastern Time on ESPN 2 the USC Trojans meet Oklahoma Sooners. USC is favored by -1 ½ points at Staples Center. USC is 4-2 on the season and are looking to break a two game losing streak with losses at home to Texas A&M and last Saturday dropped a 72-55 decision at SMU. Oklahoma is 6-1 on the year with their only defeat to Arkansas on a neutral court in the PK 80 tournament. Sooners are averaging 94 points per game and 50.5% shooting.

The super late night game from Staples Center tips at 1AM Eastern Time as Nevada Wolf Pack faces TCU Horned Frogs. TCU is favored by -1 ½ points in a game aired on ESPN U TV. Nevada is 8-1 and TCU a perfect 9-0. Wolf Pack’s major test was on the road to Texas Tech on Tuesday where they dropped an 82-76 decision in overtime. TCU had a major test on Tuesday as well and defeated a good SMU team at home 94-83 as a four point favorite.

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