K-State Vs WVU Odds & PickNoah Williams
The West Virginia Mountaineers will try to take advantage of a struggling Kansas State Wildcats when they met this weekend. The college basketball odds favor WVU by 9.5-points to beat K-State. Tip-off is this Saturday, February 11th at 12:00 PM ET on WVU Coliseum in Morgantown, West Virginia.
Kansas State Wildcats Vs West Virginia Mountaineers Odds & Pick
What: Kansas State Wildcats (16-8) at No.13 West Virginia Mountaineers (19-5)
When: Saturday, February 11, 2017
Start Time: 12:00 PM ET
Where: Morgantown, West Virginia
Stadium: WVU Coliseum
Spread: WVU -9.5
Stream: Watch ESPN
Listen: Kansas State vs West Virginia
Why Bet Kansas State Wildcats To Beat The Mountaineers
The Kansas State Wildcats have lost four of their last five including a 74-71 defeat to Kansas. They are 16-8 SU and 13-9 ATS this season. They average 74.3 points per game (169th) and allow 65.8 points per game (44th).
The Wildcats shoot 47.3% from the field (54th) and 37.7% from beyond the arch (62nd). Sophomore forward Dean Wade scored 20 points in the loss to Kansas. But it is sophomore guards Kamau Stokes and Barry Brown, along with senior forwards Wesley Iwundu and D.J. Johnson who average at least 12.0 points per game.
"They’re really good. They’re one of the top five teams in the country, there’s no doubt about it," Kansas State coach Bruce Weber said after the loss to the Jayhawks. "We played both games to the last possession, but there’s no moral victories. You have to win the game."
Kansas State averages 34.0 points per game (278th) and 8.42 steals. They have a +8.54 point differential. Kamau Stokes averages 12.3 rebounds per game and Barry Brown averages 2.3 steals.
Why Bet West Virginia Mountaineers To Beat The Wildcats
The West Virginia Mountaineers have won four of the last five games including a 61-50 win over Oklahoma. They are 19-5 SU and 16-7 ATS this season. They average 86.0 points per game (11th) and allow 65.8 points per game (46th).
The Mountaineers shoot 47.4% from the field (51st) and 37.1% from three-point land (86th). Sophomore forward Esa Ahmad (11.6 PPG & 4.3 RPG), junior guard Jevon Carter (11.5 PPG & 4.2 RPG) and senior forward Nathan Adrian (11.0 PPG & 6.4 RPG) average over 10-points per game. James Bolden scored 17-points coming off the bench in the win against Oklahoma.
"I just get in and do what I do in the time I get," Bolden said. "When I’m called on, I’ve just got to be ready. I’ve got older guys in front of me that are going to take the majority of the minutes. If I can get in, I’m going to try and contribute to the team."
West Virginia averages 36.7 rebounds per game (150th) and 11.33 steals per game. The Mountaineers have an impressive +20.21 point differential this season. Senior forward Nathan Adrian averages 6.4 rebounds per game and Jevon Carter averages 2.9 steals per game.
If You Still Can’t Decide Who To Bet On:
- Kansas State is 7-3 ATS in the last 10 games on the road
- West Virginia is 8-6 ATS in the last 14 games at home
- West Virginia is 4-6 in the last 10 games overall
K-State Vs WVU ATS Pick
Even though the Mountaineers suffered a four-point loss to Kansas State on Jan. 21, I am betting WVU finds a measure of revenge in Morgantown on Saturday.