Monday's contest that pits the Tulane Green Wave (3-0) versus the Bradley Braves (3-0) at JSerra Pavilion has a good chance to be a tight matchup based on our computer prediction, which projects a final score of 77-76 in favor of Tulane. Game time is at 10:30 PM ET on November 20.

According to our computer prediction, Tulane is a good bet to cover the spread, which is currently listed at 1.5. The two sides are projected to exceed the 147.5 over/under.

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Tulane vs. Bradley Game Info & Odds

  • Date: Monday, November 20, 2023
  • Time: 10:30 PM ET
  • TV: CBS Sports Network
  • Where: San Juan Capistrano, California
  • Venue: JSerra Pavilion
  • Line: Bradley -1.5
  • Point Total: 147.5
  • Moneyline (To Win): Bradley -135, Tulane +110

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Tulane vs. Bradley Score Prediction

  • Prediction: Tulane 77, Bradley 76

Spread & Total Prediction for Tulane vs. Bradley

  • Pick ATS: Tulane (+1.5)
  • Pick OU: Over (147.5)

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Tulane Performance Insights

  • Tulane had to rely on its offense, which ranked 19th-best in the nation (79.9 points per game), last season, as it ranked 19th-worst in college basketball on defense with just 77.2 points allowed per contest.
  • The Green Wave ranked -2-worst in the country with 37.4 rebounds allowed per game. Meanwhile, they pulled down 29.9 boards per game (283rd-ranked in college basketball).
  • Tulane was one of the top teams in college basketball in terms of assists, as it collected 15.7 per game (24th-best in college basketball).
  • The Green Wave committed 11.0 turnovers per game (99th-ranked in college basketball). They forced 14.0 turnovers per contest (44th-ranked).
  • With 7.8 threes per game, the Green Wave were 125th in the country. They sported a 33.8% shooting percentage from three-point land, which ranked 199th in college basketball.
  • Tulane found it difficult to defend three-pointers, ranking third-worst in college basketball with 9.5 threes allowed per game. It ranked 295th by allowing a 35.7% three-point percentage to opponents last season.
  • Tulane took 61.9% two-pointers and 38.1% from three-point land last season. Of the team's buckets, 72% were two-pointers and 28% were threes.

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