CBB Feast Week betting preview: Don't sleep on Michigan
Find line reports, best bets, and subscribe to push notifications in the Betting News section. Every week, we're providing a betting breakdown of college basketball's biggest games. We've entered Feast Week, and that means a bunch of holiday tournaments highlight the slate. Here's an overview of three big tournaments during a jam-packed week of college basketball. Battle 4 Atlantis (Nov. 27-29) First-round matchups Michigan vs. Iowa State NorthEvery week, we're providing a betting breakdown of college basketball's biggest games. We've entered Feast Week, and that means a bunch of holiday tournaments highlight the slate. Here's an overview of three big tournaments during a jam-packed week of college basketball.
starting forward will likely miss six-to-eight weeks after breaking his right wrist in the first half of Sunday's loss to .
"They took an X-ray and it looked like he broke one of the bones," Pirates head coach Kevin Willard told AM970 The Answer postgame, according to. "We won't know the extent of the timeline until we get back and get an MRI (Monday). But ... it's a broken wrist, so six-to-eight weeks we're looking at, probably."
The 6-foot-11 junior is a key member of the No. 16 Pirates, ranking second in scoring (10.9) and third in rebounding (4.7).
Kentucky basketball's Nate Sestina to miss extended time with broken wrist
Kentucky basketball has been hit by another injury. Bucknell graduate transfer Nate Sestina is expected to miss close to a month with a broken wrist.Graduate student forward Nate Sestina is set to miss approximately four weeks with a broke wrist, Calipari announced in a video posted to Twitter Wednesday. Sestina's injury comes two games after sophomore EJ Montgomery (ankle) and Immanuel Quickley (chest) returned to active roster.
Mamukelashvili is also one of Seton Hall's better outside shooters, connecting on 43.5% of his attempts from distance.
Freshmanand junior are expected to fill in during Mamukelashvili's absence.
Seton Hall returns to action Saturday against.
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Undermanned Seton Hall stuns No. 7 Maryland 52-48 .
Undermanned Seton Hall used a swarming, shot-blocking defense to stun No. 7 Maryland 52-48 Thursday night. The Pirates (7-4) held the Terrapins to 27% shooting, blocked 15 shots and forced 17 turnovers in ending a two-game losing streak and handing Maryland (10-2) its second straight loss.BOX SCORE: SETON HALL 52, NO. 7 MARYLAND 48Seton Hall seemed in control when Anthony Nelson hit a layup for a 49-42 edge with about a minute to play. Then the Pirates missed three free throws and turned the ball over, setting up Anthony Cowan Jr. to try a tying 3-pointer with 22 seconds left.