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Oklahoma State Cowboys vs Kansas Jayhawks Predictions, Picks, Odds and NCAA Basketball Betting Preview – February 3, 2018

Oklahoma State Cowboys vs Kansas Jayhawks Predictions, Picks, Odds and NCAA Basketball Betting Preview – February 3, 2018

Going up against Kansas is never an easy endeavor for any team, but Oklahoma State should look at the bright side and realize that the game against the Jayhawks will give them a great opportunity to get the attention of the selection committee. Will an earth-shaking upset happen in Lawrence this Saturday? Or will No. 7 Kansas tighten their hold on the top spot in the Big 12 standings with another win? Register to bet and wager with your pick.

Betting Preview for the Oklahoma State Cowboys vs Kansas Jayhawks NCAA Basketball Game on February 3, 2018

Where: Allen Fieldhouse

When: Saturday, February 3 12:00 PM EST

Line: Oklahoma State Cowboys (n/a) vs Kansas Jayhawks (n/a) –view all NCAA Basketball lines

TV Broadcast: CBS

Betting on the Oklahoma State Cowboys (13-8)

Someone has to step up from the Cowboys, as their second-leading scorer in Tavarius Shine is deemed out indefinitely with a wrist injury. Cameron McGriff is the top candidate to get a nice bump in minutes as a result of Shine’s absence. McGriff played in 22 minutes and finished with eight points and 10 rebounds off the bench in last Saturday’s 66-65 loss to the Arkansas Razorbacks. The Cowboys leading scorer, Jeffrey Carroll, meanwhile, is averaging 15.7 points per game. He should find ample scoring opportunities against Kansas’ mediocre defense that allows 70.4 points per game. Oklahoma State has done well against the spread as an underdog in Lawrence. In fact, the Cowboys are 4-2 ATS in their last six visits to Allen Field House as underdogs.

Betting on the Kansas Jayhawks (17-4)

The Jayhawks are in a groove after recording their second-straight win with a 70-56 victory over a pesky Kansas State Wildcats team on the road on Monday. As usual, Kansas used its juggernaut offense to crush their opponent. Four Jayhawks scored in double figures against Kansas State with Svi Mykhailiuk leading the way for them with 22 points. Kansas is third in the Big 12 with 83.8 points per game, and with Mykhailiuk and company coming off a good shooting game, the Jayhawks could still be feeling hot when they host the Cowboys. Kansas shot 45 percent from beyond the arc against the Wildcats, draining nine three-pointers on 20 attempts. Mykhailiuk had five three threes, while Devonte Graham had two triples. As a team, Kansas is 10th in Division I basketball with 10.7 three-pointers made per contest with a scary-good 40.7 percent accuracy from deep. Kansas is 4-0 SU in its last four home games.

Writer’s Prediction:

Kansas wins, 78-72.




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