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Underdog Fantasy College Basketball Picks For December 2nd
Underdog Pick Em Record (Est 12/1/2023)
All Pick Em Selections: 2-1
Perfect 3-0 Pick Em Entries: 0-1
Olivier Nkamhoua (Michigan) Higher Than 15.5 Points
Oregon is down two of their three experienced big men due to injury, and their frontcourt depth is a big question mark. Trying to keep up with Olivier Nkamhoua defensively while being disciplined and staying out of foul trouble will be a nightmare for the Ducks. The Tennessee transfer is a stretch-4 perimeter shooter and can also drive it inside. Nkamhoua has scored higher than 15.5 points in 6 of Michigan’s first 7 games.
Isaiah Stevens (Colorado State) Higher Than 26.5 PRA
First off, Isaiah Stevens is a no doubt NBA talent on a mid-major team Ja-Morant-ish. The notion around this Washington Head Coach Mike Hopkin’s team was that they were going to be elite defensively. The Huskies have allowed 84.7 PPG in three games against high major competition, which is anything but elite. Stevens has hit higher than 26.5 points, rebounds, and assists in each of his last three games, all coming against high-major opponents. He has also cashed the player projection in 6 of Colorado State’s first seven games as the Rams are (7-0).
Anton Watson (Gonzaga) Higher Than 24.5 PRA
USC’s backcourt is stellar. However, the biggest mismatch in this game is in the frontcourt. Gonzaga’s 6’8 Senior Forward Anton Watson is an absolute stat sheet stuffer. The Trojans are a bad rebounding team (170th Off, 240th Def via KenPom), and that’s because of their inexperience down low. Aaron Watson is averaging 15.7 PTS, 8.8 REB, and 2.5 AST per game so far this season.
He has recorded higher than 24.5 PRA in 5 of Gonzaga’s first 6 contests. The only time Watson didn’t cash was in the Bulldogs game against Purdue. Head Coach Mark Few could only play Watson for 24 minutes because he got into foul trouble facing Zach Edey (that’s common). Watson has finished with just 1 foul in 4 of his other 5 games.
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