New Mexico Lobos versus San Diego St Aztecs College Basketball Betting Preview

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An automatic NCAA Tournament bid is on the line in the Mountain West conference tournament as the New Mexico Lobos will face the San Diego St Aztecs on Saturday night. The Lobos and Aztecs will tip off from college basketball in the Thomas and Mack Center in Las Vegas Nevada at 7PM Eastern Time with CBS Sports Network providing the live national television broadcast.

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The current betting odds at Oddsmaker has the New Mexico Lobos lined as a -4 ½ point betting favorite with the over under lined at 132 points. A money line bet on the favored New Mexico Lobos will return -200 odds. If you believe that San Diego St can come with the straight up victory the take back is +170 odds for a money line wager.

New Mexico Lobos came up with the upset win on the UNLV home court last night against the host team Rebels 72-67 as a +3 ½ point underdog in the Mountain West semifinals. They had a good shooting performance hitting on 52% of their shots and made their free throws to preserve the win with 15 of 17 conversions. Demetrius Walker made 6 of his 6 free throws.

The San Diego St Aztecs faced an upstart and dangerous Colorado St Rams team in the semifinals. The Aztecs came away with the 79-69 win against the Rams as a -2 ½ point favorite. San Diego St enjoyed a 48.2% shooting performance in the win and made 44.4% of their three point shots on a neutral court.

The road team won both of the two meetings between New Mexico and San Diego St on the year. Both totals went over. They over is 7-2 in their past nine meetings. A high scoring game is possible here as both San Diego St and New Mexico are hitting over 48% from the field and averaging over 75 points per contest over their past five games. The Aztecs are shooting 50% from the three point line in the Mountain West conference tournament. The teams played in the Mountain West semifinal game last year with San Diego St coming away with the 72-69 win getting +2 ½ points. The game went over the total of 134 ½ points.

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