NIT Game of the Night: George Washington vs. San Diego State March 29, 2016


NCAA-B | Mar 29, 2016
George Washington vs. San Diego State
San Diego State  
-3½-105 
By Jack Jones

The San Diego State Aztecs are the best team left in the NIT. They certainly deserved to play in the NCAA Tournament, but they are making the most of this NIT experience by cruising into Madison Square Garden playing better than anyone.

It has been three straight blowouts for the Aztecs to get to this point. They beat IUPU-Fort Wayne by 24, Washington by 15, and Georgia Tech by 16. I would argue that Georgia Tech was the second-best team left in the tournament with the way they were playing heading into that 16-point loss.

George Washington is easily the worst of the four teams left in the NIT. It has squeaked by with a couple of narrow home wins over Hofstra (by 2) and Florida (by 5) by a combined 7 points. The Colonials will meet their match tonight in the Aztecs, who hold opponents to 60.5 points per game and 37.1% shooting on the season.

San Diego State is 10-3 ATS after playing a game as a home favorite this season. George Washington is 1-9 ATS versus very good teams who outscore their opponents by 8-plus points per game after 15-plus games over the last two seasons. The Colonials are 0-7 ATS versus good defensive teams who allow 64 or fewer points per game after 15-plus games over the last two years. Bet San Diego State Tuesday.

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