College Basketball Sports Betting Match Ups Thursday January 9, 2020

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The college basketball action for Thursday January 9th features several outstanding games over national television to the satisfaction of sports bettors worldwide.

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The action gets underway at 7PM Eastern Time on ESPN2 TV as the Wichita St Shockers host the Memphis Tigers. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side Wichita St Shockers favored by -4 points with the total lined at 139 points. Wichita St enters play at 13-1 overall and are 11-0 on their home court. Shockers come off the 74-54 home win to Ole Miss for their seventh straight victory. The only loss for the Shockers came against a very good West Virginia team in a holiday tournament on a neutral court. Shockers are not a good shooting team converting only 42.9% and 34.4% from three. Wichita St defends limiting opponents to 38.4% with 31.3% from beyond the arc. Memphis a young team with talented freshman playing for head coach Penny Hardaway. The team is 12-2 overall and 2-0 in their true road games. Tigers look to rebound after their 65-62 home loss to Georgia on Saturday. It was a poor shooting performance for Memphis as they connected on only 34% from the field. Tigers shoot well this season connecting on 46.9% from the floor.

On ESPN TV at 9PM Eastern Time it will be at PAC 12 showdown with the Oregon Ducks hosting the Arizona Wildcats. Oregon is favored by -3 ½ points with the over under line set at 144 ½ points. Arizona hits the court with a mark of 11-3 overall and 0-1 in their true road games. Wildcats opened their PAC 12 conference season by posting the 75-47 home win to Arizona St on Saturday. Ducks return home at 1-1 to open conference play. It began on Thursday at Colorado where Oregon fell 74-65. They rebounded on Saturday as they get past Utah 69-64 behind a very good defensive performance holding the Utes 21 of 59 from the field and pulling down 7 more rebounds against a team with good size. Ducks are 12-3 overall and a perfect 8-0 at home.

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