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Underdog Fantasy College Basketball Picks For December 20th
Underdog Pick Em Record (Est 12/1/2023)
All Pick Em Selections: 22-13-2 (62.8%)
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Perfect 3-0 Pick Em Entries: 1-11 (-1.2 units)
Joel Soriano (St. John’s) Higher Than 30.5 PRA
St. John’s hosts Xavier in Carnasecca Arena for Rick Pitino’s Big East conference home opener Wednesday night. After a player meeting led by Joel Soriano, it is believed that the Red Storm is looking to take care of a Musketeers team that is not fully healthy.
Soriano has recorded more than 30.5 points, rebounds, and assists in four games in a row. Two of those games came against high major opponents.
Mark Sears (Alabama) Lower Than 4.5 Rebounds
Wednesday’s nightcap should be an absolute shootout between Alabama and Arizona. The Wildcats are the nation’s No. 1 defensive rebounding team and 18th best offensive rebounding team. Mark Sears has grabbed less than 4.5 rebounds in four straight games. Three of those games came against high major competition.
Less than 4.5 boards for Sears is 6-4 on the season and 4-1 in the five games the Crimson Tide have played Power 6 programs.
RayJ Dennis (Baylor) Higher Than 6 Assists
Baylor and Duke square off in Madison Square Garden on Wednesday night. The Blue Devils rank 302nd in opponents’ assists per field goals made (56.6%), according to KenPom.
Bears’ point guard RayJ Dennis has assisted at least 6 Baylor baskets in four of BU’s last five games. The higher than 6 assists player projection is also 3-1-1 for Dennis against high major opponents and 6-4 throughout the season.
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