Predictions and Odds between Georgetown vs. Providence (Waiting to Bet Friars Off COVID-19 Paused)

Providence returns from a COVID-19 hiatus to face underdog club Georgetown at home.

It is not yet known who will be available for the Friars, which we will cover below, but the team is on an upward trajectory and towards an NCAA Tournament landing, let’s see how they react after the 12-day break. .

Here are the odds from WynnBET Sportsbook.

Spread;

Cash flow:

Total: 143 (Above -110/Under -110)

The line went down a few points from the opener, causing me to wait before playing Providence. There is a chance the team is defeated after the team has many positive tests, but if they have AJ Reeves and Nate Watson available, they will have enough health to roll at home.

Hoyas has dropped 4 points in a row by an average of 17 points and it can’t get any better against the 14-2 Friars.

Providence has the inside dimensions to tie Georgetown to the circumference and defy their wings. I don’t envision Patrick Ewing’s roster going to have much of a clean look and the brothers should limit offense on Georgetown’s transition as well. The team plays with the 53rd fastest attack speed, but Providence comes out on top 10 in limiting quick turns, each Haslametrics.

Finally, if Providence is healthy and walkable, I like Providence up to -13.

LEAN: Providence -11, play to -13 if healthy

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John Verrall

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