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The Grand Canyon Antelopes (0-0) face the Montana State Bobcats (0-0) as 6.5-point favorites on Monday, November 7, 2022 at 9:00 PM ET. The matchup’s point total is 140.5.
Game Info, Betting Lines for Antelopes vs. Bobcats
- Game Day: Monday, November 7, 2022
- Game Time: 9:00 PM ET
- Location: Phoenix, Arizona
- Arena: Grand Canyon University Arena
Grand Canyon Betting Stats & Information
- Grand Canyon went 18-4 in games it was favored on the moneyline last season (winning 81.8% of those games).
- In games it played as a moneyline favorite with odds of -290 or shorter last year, Grand Canyon finished with a record of 12-1 (92.3%).
- Against the spread, the Antelopes were 17-12-0 last season.
- The Antelopes’ ATS record as 6.5-point favorites or more was 10-4 last season.
- The average point total in Grand Canyon’s games last year was 8.2 fewer points than the total of 140.5 in this matchup.
Montana State Betting Stats & Info
- Montana State was underdogs nine times last season and won three of those games.
- Last season, the Bobcats were at least a +231 underdog on the moneyline three times, losing each of those contests.
- The Bobcats were 17-16-0 against the spread last season.
- The Bobcats had one win ATS (1-2) as underdogs of 6.5 points or more last year.
- The average point total for Montana State in 2021 was 5.3 points higher than this game’s over/under.
Grand Canyon vs. Montana State Last Season Stat Comparison
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This Matchup’s Impact Players
Grand Canyon Antelopes Leaders
- Jovan Blacksher Jr. scored 16.1 points and distributed four assists per game last season.
- Yvan Ouedraogo grabbed 6.8 rebounds per game while also scoring 3.9 points a contest.
- Blacksher knocked down shots from beyond the arc at a clip of two per contest a season ago.
Montana State Bobcats Leaders
- Xavier Bishop contributed 13.9 points per game last season while tacking on 4.2 assists.
- Jubrile Belo pulled down 6.6 rebounds per game.
- Tyler Patterson had a solid showing from beyond the arc a season ago. He connected on 1.8 shots from deep per game.