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8* Princeton (7:00 ET): The Ivy League contingent has yet to cover a single spread this season (0-5 ATS) and returns home not only looking to snap a three-game SU losing streak, but also w/ revenge on its mind. The Tigers have had plenty of time to stew over last week's 71-60 loss at GW, but perhaps foremost on their minds here will be a six-point loss to Monmouth (tonight's opponent) last season. Interestingly enough, that would be their final loss of the 2016-17 regular season as Princeton closed on a 17-game win streak (perfect vs. Ivy League!) before bowing out to Notre Dame in the NCAA Tournament. They come into this year's matchup w/ Monmouth having a slightly worse record (2-6 SU) and this is their second three-game losing streak this season. But I believe the Monmouth game again signals a turnaround for the Tigers and I'll be on them tonight.
Monmouth, ironically, also has lost its last three games. Unlike Princeton, they had to play over the weekend (Saturday) and it was a marquee game against Kentucky that they lost 93-76. After playing such a high-profile opponent (at a neutral site, no less!), this game is far less likely to hold the Hawks attention than it will for Princeton. Given the game vs. UK was closer to their "backyard," needless to say it was a disappointing showing for Monmouth, who shot only 37.1% from the floor while giving up 93 points. The Hawks trailed by 23 at half and it was never close. Overall, the Hawks have dropped six of seven and while three of those defeats have come by five points or fewer, they're still being outscored by 8.8 points per game away from home (whether "true" road game or neutral site).
Princeton has played only three home games thus far and surprisingly they've lost two of them. Early in the year, they were favored here over BYU (-3.5), so that shows the respect they had from the books at one time. A loss here to Lehigh is what begat the current three-game slide and while scoring has been a bit of an issue for these Tigers, they are at least connecting at a 37.9% clip from behind the three-point arc. Monmouth is giving up almost 80 PPG for the year, so I feel this is the game where the Princeton offense finally breaks loose. In particular, keep an eye on senior PG Amir Bell, who got off to a similar slow start last year. Bell was shutout in 32 minutes vs. GW last week, a performance that certainly won't be repeated. 8* Princeton
10* Under Kings/Devils (7:05 ET): Both of these teams would qualify as "early season surprises," though it does appear likely that the Devils will start to fade. The Metro is a very congested race right now (six teams separated by just four points) and at one point, NJ was out in front. But now they find themselves in the middle due to dropping four of six, including two straight. The fact they've been outscored on the season (allowed 10 goals L2 games) also doesn't bode well for future results. The Kings, on the other hand, continue to maintain their lead in the Pacific thanks to an eight-game winning streak, the longest active run in the league right now. Furthermore, only Tampa Bay has a better YTD goal differential. It's tempting to play LA here, but it's a road game. So, instead we'll look at the total.
The Kings have been winning thanks to their defense and goaltending. They come into tonight ranked #1 in goals allowed and on the penalty kill. During this eight-game win streak of theirs, they've allowed two or fewer goals seven times. Jonathan Quick's injury was a major reason the Kings struggled last year, but he's back and fully healthy now w/ a .930 save percentage and 2.14 goals against average. Somewhat surprising is that the team's typically outstanding puck possession numbers are down this year and they are just "middle of the pack" in both Corsi/Fenwick percentage. But Quick remains a difference maker and I see him having little trouble w/ a Devils offense that has failed to outshoot any opponent over its last seven contests. Over its L6 games, NJ has scored just 13 goals.
These teams have a history of going Under against one another. Granted, they don't play often (just twice per year), but the Under is 21-9 the L30 meetings including 12-4 here in East Rutherford. Last year's visit from LA saw oddsmakers hang an O/U line of only 4.5 goals and the game (3-1 Kings' win) still stayed Under! This year, the Kings are 7-3 Under in road games when the O/U line is set at 5.5 goals. Another key here is I expect the Devils' goaltending to be a lot better than what we've seen recently. As mentioned earlier, they've allowed a total of 10 goals the L2 games, but Corey Schnieder will be back between the pipes tonight and he is still sporting a solid .924 save percentage his L4 appearances. 10* Under Kings/Devils
8* Phoenix (10:05 ET): Even w/o Devin Booker (leading scorer), I believe the Suns can still beat the Kings in this battle of bottom three teams in the league. Just look at what happened to the Suns themselves their last time out. Facing a very depleted Spurs team, they lost 104-101. Often times, we see the marketplace overreact to an injury and that's what we have here. The Kings are very bad and probably shouldn't be favored over anyone at this point. Maybe the Bulls, if they were visiting, but w/ Chicago posting B2B wins, I now have Sacramento rated at the bottom of the league. They're being outscored by a ghastly 10.8 points per 100 possessions, which is just wretched no matter how you slice it. Getting points against the Kings is not a situation that will present itself all too often this season. In fact, this will be just their fourth game as chalk and they've gone 1-2 SU, 0-2-1 ATS in role so far.
The Kings have not been favored by more than two points against anyone previous to tonight and two of the three instances of them as chalk came back in October. They lost both games outright, one at Phoenix. Interesting is that two of the three times they've been favored actually came on the road! The only time they've been favored since November 1st was at Chicago (12.1) and they won by exactly one point as 1-pt faves. Their lone appearance as home chalk this season came against New Orleans and they lost outright, 114-106. Though there are teams w/ worse records, no one can "match" the Kings' negative efficiency rating or YTD point differential, both of which are currently league worsts.
Even w/o Booker, I expect Phoenix to be much more potent offensively than their adversary in this matchup. They come in averaging 107.1 PPG, which is the second highest average in the entire league right now! Sacramento is dead last in the league in points per game (96.1) and 29th in offensive efficiency (ahead of only Chicago). Marquese Chriss is one player that has picked up the slack in Booker's absence w/ 26 total pts in the L2 games. I expect the Suns to "push the pace" tonight as they rank 2nd in tempo league-wide while Sacramento is 28th. Note that they still won that first meeting despite attempting 22 fewer shots than the Kings! The Suns were far more efficient that day (54.5 FG%) and are likely to be again this evening. 8* Phoenix
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