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Purdue Boilermakers vs Minnesota Golden Gophers 02/02/2022 Odds, Picks and Predictions

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Purdue Boilermakers vs Minnesota Golden Gophers 02-02-2022 Odds Picks and Predictions

Purdue Boilermakers vs Minnesota Golden Gophers 02/02/2022 – On Wednesday, an unbalanced Big 10 Conference play will get underway as the Purdue Boilermakers take on the Minnesota Golden Gophers from Williams Arena in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The Boilermakers have always been a reputed Big 10 team and they continue to uphold their name by sitting at the fourth position. The Golden Gophers have declined to the 13th spot and they enter this game riding a two-game losing streak. The basketball betting odds have a winner for this game based on the recent betting trends.

Purdue Boilermakers vs Minnesota Golden Gophers 02/02/2022

When:Wednesday, February 2, 7:00 PM ET
Where:Williams Arena, Minneapolis, Minnesota
TV:BTN
Stream:Sofascore
Purdue Boilermakers vs Minnesota Golden Gophers 02/02/2022
TeamSP/RLTOTALML
Purdue Boilermakers-9 (-107)145.5 o (-107)-833
Minnesota Golden Gophers+9 (-107)145.5 u (-107)+450
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Purdue Boilermakers

The Boilermakers will enter this game riding a three-game winning streak. Purdue is 7-3 in the Big 10 and is 18-3 with their overall performance. Purdue is ahead of the Buckeyes and is trailing the Fighting Illini. In their last game, they took out the Buckeyes with a final score of 81-78. Jaden Ivey is the leader in scoring with 16.8 points while Trevion Williams is leading with 8.5 rebounds. Zach Edey is the other leading scorer with an average of 15 points per game.

Players to watch: J. Ivey G (GP 20, MIN 29.1, PTS 16.8, REB 4.9, AST 3, STL 1.2, BLK 0.5, TO 2.2, FG% 48.5, FT% 71.3, 3P% 44.2), Z. Edey C (GP 21, MIN 18.4, PTS 15, REB 7.3, AST 1.2, STL 0.4, BLK 1.2, TO 1.7, FG% 70.8, FT% 63.4, 3P% 0), T. Williams F (GP 21, MIN 20.4, PTS 12.5, REB 8.5, AST 3, STL 1, BLK 0.7, TO 2.1, FG% 56.1, FT% 54.4, 3P% 37.5).

Minnesota Golden Gophers

The Golden Gophers have been struggling with their poor offense averaging only 68.7 points per game. Minnesota is 2-7 in the Big 10 Conference and is 11-7 with their overall play. The Golden Gophers are behind the Wildcats and are ahead of the Cornhuskers. The Golden Gophers lost their last game with a final score of 66-60. Minnesota has Jamison Battle as their leader in scoring with 17.6 points per game. Payton Willis is the assists leader with 3.9 and Eric Curry is the leader in rebounds with 6.7.

Players to watch: J. Battle F (GP 17, MIN 36.9, PTS 17.6, REB 6.5, AST 0.9, STL 0.4, BLK 0.5, TO 1.5, FG% 46.2, FT% 76.5, 3P% 36.7), P. Willis G (GP 18, MIN 36.7, PTS 16.3, REB 4.5, AST 3.9, STL 1.7, BLK 0.4, TO 1.9, FG% 48.7, FT% 56.8, 3P% 41.8), E.J. Stephens G (GP 17, MIN 33.4, PTS 11.5, REB 3.5, AST 1.6, STL 1.3, BLK 0.1, TO 1.1, FG% 44.5, FT% 79.1, 3P% 38.1).

Purdue Boilermakers vs Minnesota Golden Gophers Betting Predictions

Trends

Purdue Boilermakers

Purdue are 4-2 ATS in their last 6 games.
The total has gone OVER in 7 of Purdue’s last 9 games.
Boilermakers are 6-1 SU in their last 7 games.
Purdue are 1-4-1 ATS in their last 6 games against Minnesota.
Purdue are 5-2 SU in their last 7 games on the road.

Minnesota Golden Gophers

Minnesota are 3-6 ATS in their last 9 games.
The total has gone OVER in 5 of Minnesota’s last 6 games.
Minnesota are 1-6 SU in their last 7 games.
The total has gone OVER in 4 of Minnesota’s last 5 games against Purdue.
Minnesota are 1-7 ATS in their last 8 games at home.

Purdue Boilermakers vs Minnesota Golden Gophers Betting Picks

Summary: The Boilermakers are ranked at No. 4 and they are up against an easy opponent. Take the Boilermakers to win this game with ease and cover the spread. The college basketball betting sites have predicted the Golden Gophers as the underdog.

ATS: A spread of -9 (-107) is set for Purdue and a spread of +9 (-107) is set for Minnesota.

Totals: The total will go over 145.5 (-107) for Purdue and the same will go under for Minnesota.

Score Prediction: 81-64, Boilermakers win.