A Big East blockbuster is set for Tuesday night when the Creighton Bluejays (17-8, 11-3 in Big East) visit the Providence Friars (18-7, 10-4). Out of nowhere, Creighton is now just half a game out of the Big East lead and can get one step closer with a road win in this one. Below is my college basketball best bet for Creighton vs Providence.
Creighton vs Providence Betting Pick
|ℹ️ The Pick:||Creighton -1|
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This game will be played at Amica Mutual Pavilion at 7:00 p.m. ET on Tuesday, February 14, 2023.
Why Bet Creighton -1
✅ Creighton is 8-0 in their last eight games played.
✅ The Bluejays are 6-3 in their last nine games against Friars.
✅ Providence is 1-2 in their last three games overall.
Team Stats Per Game
Advanced Game Stats
|58.67||Avg Opp Score||73.33|
|55.67||Avg Opp Score||61.33|
|59.2||Avg Opp Score||68.6|
|65.2||Avg Opp Score||65|
|65||Avg Opp Score||70.4|
|71.8||Avg Opp Score||65.8|
Head to Head
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Last time out, Creighton hosted the #21 UConn Huskies and held on for a 56-53 victory. The Bluejays led most of this game, but they could never quite put the Huskies far enough out of reach. UConn Tied the game up midway through the second, but could never get over the hump and suffered another conference loss. Creighton led by as many as nine points, trailed by two, and could not cover the -4.5-point spread.
Ryan Kalkbrenner had 11 points, nine rebounds, one assist, and one steal on the day. Trey Alexander added 17 points and one steal in the win.
Through 25 games, Creighton is scoring 75.9 points per game, shooting 47.0% from the field, and assisting on 15.7 made shots. The Bluejays are allowing 66.5 points, grabbing 37.4 rebounds, blocking 4.5 shots, and stealing the ball 5.5 times.
Providence visited the St. John’s Red Storm and left with a poor 73-68 defeat. The Red Storm controlled this game throughout as they held off all Friars runs and never gave up the lead. Providence trailed by as many as 13 points, never led in the game, and lost outright as -4.5-point road favorites.
Bryce Hopkins had 29 points, nine rebounds, two steals, and one block in the game. Jared Bynum added nine points, five rebounds, and 10 assists in the loss.
After 26 games, Providence is scoring 78.0 points per game, shooting 46.2% from the field, and assisting on 15.0 made shots. The Friars are allowing 68.8 points, grabbing 40.0 rebounds, blocking 4.8 shots, and stealing the ball 6.8 times.