Brisbane Bullets vs Perth Wildcats, NBL Prediction March 12
Saturday NBL Action for Round 15 of NBL22 and the Brisbane Bullets will play host to the Perth Wildcats at the Nissan Arena.
The Bullets are coming off a sizeable win against the lowly New Zealand Breakers last round, whilst the Perth Wildcats are coming off their best win of the season against Melbourne United on Thursday Night.
These two sides played one of the best games of the season in Perth on December 12th, in which the Bullets won an overtime thriller 94-97.
Here are some NBL Tips and NBL Predictions for the Brisbane Bullets vs Perth Wildcats on Saturday, March 12
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Brisbane Bullets vs Perth Wildcats
Venue – Nissan Arena
Tip Off – 5.30pm EST
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Quick Game Facts
- The home crowd has been a factor between these two sides. The home side has won the fourth quarter 13 of the last 14 times between these two sides
- The combined Game Total average for the last 5 matches between these two sides is 176 points
- The combined Game Total average is 184 points when the Bullets have hosted the Wildcats over the last 3 games
- The Brisbane Bullets have won just 3 of their past 11 matches
- The Perth Wildcats have won 3 consecutive away matches
- The Brisbane Bullets average 88.3 points at home and concede 87.1 points at home
- The Perth Wildcats average 89 points away from home and concede 84.4 points away from home
Quick Player Facts – Brisbane Bullets
- Lamar Patterson has gone cold. He is averaging just 11.5 points across his last 4 games, and averaging 4.5 turnovers in that period
- Lamar Patterson has lifted against the Perth Wildcats in recent matches. He is averaging 22.3 points in his last 3 matches against them
- Robert Franks has been lighting it up from the land of plenty. He is 25/54, at 46.3% across his last 8 games from the three-point line, and averaging 19.3 points in that period
- Jason Cadee has an average of 16.8 points and 6.3 assists across his last 4 games
- Jason Cadee is 14/26, at 53.8% from beyond the three-point line across his last 5 games
Quick Player Facts – Perth Wildcats
- Bryce Cotton has had 4+ assists in 8 consecutive matches
- Bryce Cotton has scored 20+ points in 8 of his past 10 matches
- Vic Law is averaging 20.8 points and 12.8 rebounds across his last 4 games
- Mitch Norton is averaging 14 points across his last 7 games
- Luke Travers has had 5+ rebounds in 6 of his past 8 games
- Michael Frazier has had 3 consecutive games with 0 points, and averaging just 2.8 points across his last 6 games. He is seeing an average of 18 minutes of action in that period
Both these two sides have been the best from beyond the three-point arc this season and this match may very well be a shootout.
Brisbane and Perth have lacked a dominant big man this season, and they may both go into this match with a smaller lineup.
The Bullets will need Robert Franks and Jason Cadee to continue to hit their shots at a high percentage to be any chance in this match. Lamar Patterson will also need to get out of a recent form slump.
The Wildcats are in form right now and can see light at the end of the tunnel with a string of home matches to come as of next week.
Perth should have no trouble getting the win here, but the Bullets can light it up from beyond the arc and can be dangerous.
Prediction – Perth Wildcats (Win) ⭐⭐
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