College Basketball Sports Betting Match Ups Monday March 2, 2020

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Duke Blue Devils vs NC State WolfpackThe college basketball card for Monday March 2nd features several outstanding games over national television to the satisfaction of sports bettors worldwide. ESPN TV will televise a doubleheader of games.

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It all gets underway on ESPN TV at 7PM Eastern Time as the Duke Blue Devils host the NC State Wolfpack. Duke enters play with an overall record of 23-6 and are 13-2 straight up on their home court. Blue Devils look to bounce back from a two game losing streak all on the road after their 52-50 road defeat on Saturday to the Virginia Cavaliers. Prior to that was a double overtime defeat at Wake Forest 113-101. In their loss to Virginia the Blue Devils shot only 31% with 4 of 17 from three point range. Duke has been a good shooting team this year as they connect on 47% from the floor. NC State checks in at 16-11 this season and 5-6 on the road. They broke their two game losing streak with the 77-73 home win on Saturday to Pittsburgh Panthers. Wolf Pack shot 47% in the win. They survived 16 turnovers and 5 of 22 from three. NC State did allow 48% shooting and 6 of 14 from three. Panthers gifted the game to the Wolf Pack by missing 12 of 27 free throws.

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On ESPN TV at 9PM Eastern Time the Baylor Bears are home to the Texas Tech Red Raiders. Baylor sits at 25-3 this season and 13-1 at home. Bears have lost two of three after their 75-72 road defeat Saturday to TCU Horned Frogs. Baylor struggled making threes in the loss hitting only 4 of 17 from three. Bears a good defensive team did surrender 49% shooting and 9 of 20 from three to the Horned Frogs. Baylor is 21st in the nation in field goal defense holding opponents to 39.2% shooting. Texas Tech checks in at 18-11 on the campaign and 3-6 away from the home court. Red Raiders have lost two straight after the 68-58 home defeat to Texas Longhorns. Texas Tech shot only 39% in the loss and surrendered 52% shooting and 10 of 22 from three to the Longhorns. Red Raiders have defended the three well this year holding opponents to 30.6% from beyond the arc.

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