Game Time: 7:00 pm ET, Saturday, November 13, 2021
Venue: Fifth Third Arena, Cincinnati, OH
Where to Watch: ESPN+
Opening Odds at USA Sportsbooks
DraftKings: Point Spread: Georgia +10, Cincinnati -10; Over/Under: 138.5 points
Bet365: Point Spread: Georgia +10, Cincinnati -10; Over/Under: 138.5 points
BetMGM: Point Spread: Georgia +10.5, Cincinnati -10.5; Over/Under: 138.5 points
Georgia Bulldogs: 1-0 (13th place, SEC)
Cincinnati Bearcats: 1-0 (10th place, AAC)
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Georgia Bulldogs vs Cincinnati Bearcats Preview and Analysis
Georgia Bulldogs: won at home on Nov. 9 against the Florida International Panthers 58-51.
Cincinnati Bearcats: won at home on Nov. 9 against the Evansville Purple Aces 65-43.
Georgia Bulldogs Analysis
Georgia is coming into this game with a 1-0 record overall and they will be playing their first road game of the season in this game. They won their season opener against the FIU Panthers 58-51 on Tuesday night. Gonzaga transfer Aaron Cook led the team in points in that game with 10 while Braelen Bridges, Kario Oquendo, and Jaxon Etter off the bench were all next on the team with 9 points each. Cook also led the team in assists in that game with 8 while Bridges led the team in rebounds with 8. Their shooting was not the best in that game as they were 35.1% from the field, 20% from 3-point range, and 71.4% from the free throw line. They scored 58 points on offense in that game and their defense allowed 51 points against them. Georgia has an ATS record of 0-0-1 after that game and their O/U record this season is 0-1
Cincinnati Bearcats Analysis
Cincinnati is coming into this game with a 1-0 record overall and they are 1-0 in their home games this season where they will be in this game. They won their season opener against the Evansville Purple Aces on Tuesday night. Jeremiah Davenport led the team in points in that game with 11 while David DeJulius and Mason Madsen were both next on the team with 9 points each. DeJulius led the team in assists in that game with 7 while Davenport led the team in rebounds with 8. Their shots were alright but could use some work as they were 45.5% from the field, 30.4% from the perimeter, and 47.1% from the free throw line. They scored 65 points in that game with their offense and their defense allowed 43 points to be scored against them. Cincinnati has an ATS record after that game of 1-0 and their O/U record this season is 0-1.
Georgia vs Cincinnati Prediction
Georgia is coming into this game as a 10 point underdog with the current betting odds according to Draftkings Sportsbook. Both teams played well in their first games winning by a decent margin. Cincinnati won their game by almost 20 points but they are playing a much tougher team in Georgia and their defense will not be able to hold them to under 50 points. The best bet to place in this game is on Georgia to cover the spread here as they will keep it a much closer game.
Georgia Cincinnati Prediction: Our NCAAB Pick for Saturday, November 13, 2021 (7:00 pm ET start time) is Cincinnati 71 Georgia 66.
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NCAAB Betting Trends
Georgia Bulldogs: 352-327 ATS in all games. 107-92 ATS when the total is 130 to 139.5. 195-186 ATS as an underdog. 122-111 ATS as a road underdog or pick. 137-130 ATS in road games. 131-116 ATS after a non-conference game.
Cincinnati Bearcats: 326-381 ATS in all games. 120-142 ATS when the total is 130 to 139.5. 236-281 ATS as a favorite. 150-184 ATS in all home games. 127-132 ATS after a non-conference game. 123-135 ATS in non-conference games.
Georgia Bulldogs: P. Horne (F) out for season - Knee injury.
Cincinnati Bearcats: None.
“I chose Georgia because the coaching staff is the perfect fit for me. They’ll push me to be the best player I can, and it’s the best spot for mom because she’ll be closer and can be there with me through my process." - Marquavious Brown on committing to Georgia next year.
"I can't lie, you kind of pinch yourself when you walk out there and see that kind of environment. It's a dream as a coach, it's a dream as a player to be in an environment like that. If it's really like that every night in here, it's going to be a heck of a run. It's going to be a heck of a lot of fun.” - Wes Miller on taking over as head coach of this program.
F J. Abdur-Rahim
F B. Bridges
G A. Cook
F J. Ingram
G K. Oquendo
G M. Adams-Woods
F A. Ado
G J. Davenport
G D. Dejulius
G J. Ne
PPG: A. Cook (10)
APG: A. Cook (8)
Reb/G: B. Bridges (8)
PPG: J. Davenport (11)
APG: D. Dejulius (7)
Reb/G: J. Davenport (8)
Georgia Bulldogs: Tom Crean (4th season)
Cincinnati Bearcats: Wes Miller (1st season)