Predictions and Odds of St. John vs Butler (Red Storm set to build winning streak)

St. John’s and Butler will meet at Hinkle Fieldhouse Saturday afternoon with Red Storm trying to build some momentum towards an NCAA Tournament landing.

They have a chance on their way to another win with a poor Butler team trying hard, but not finding much success. The team has lost five of its seven games and is only ahead of Xavier on Wednesday, losing 68-66.

Who has the advantage on Saturday afternoon? Here are the odds from WynnBET Sportsbook.


Cash flow:

Total: 139 (Above -110/Under -110)

I’m wary of backing Red Storm as favorite laners but the team should give the Bulldogs the right back lane to match their high-octane press offensive behavior.

Butler is outside the top 200 nationally in terms of revenue ratio and is up 30% over circumference
(top 40 nationwide). The Bulldogs struggled with pacing issues, and we found that Red Storm comfortably played at frenetic pace, reaching the second-shortest average offensive possession duration.

Striker Julian Champagne of St. John will be the best player on the floor on Saturday and the Bulldogs have no defense on the flanks to stop him from getting whatever he wants. The Bulldogs have a mid-range defense and Champagnie was able to work inside with his 6’8″ frame with plenty of effect. He had 27 games against Georgetown in Thursday night’s win.

I’ll put it with Johnnie’s on the way.

LEAN: St. John’s

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