Tasmania JackJumpers vs Perth Wildcats, NBL Predictions Feb 28
Monday Night NBL Action for Round 13 of NBL22, and we have the Tasmania JackJumpers hosting the Perth Wildcats at the MyState Bank Arena.
The JackJumpers have been hitting many three-point shots lately, and have been in decent form. They are coming off a 94-86 loss to the Brisbane Bullets last Saturday and are letting teams hang around despite recently winning a stack of games.
The Perth Wildcats have been on the road for over two months and have now lost three matches on the trot.
They are coming off a 86-80 loss to the Phoenix on Saturday Night and are not getting enough from their big men, and third import Michael Frazier has struggled recently.
This should be a decent match in Tasmania on a Monday Night.
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Tasmania JackJumpers vs Perth Wildcats
Venue – MyState Bank Arena
Tip Off – 7.30pm EST
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Quick Game Facts
- Tasmania home games have been low scoring. The average Game Total is just 151 points
- The combined Game Total average for the JackJumpers last three home games is just 144 points
- JackJumpers games have gone under the projected Game Total at MyState Bank Arena 6 matches in a row
- Tasmania have won 5 of their past 7 matches
- The Perth Wildcats have lost 3 games in a row by an average of 5 points
- When the Wildcats have restricted teams to 80 points or less this season, they have a 7-0 record
- The JackJumpers are shooting the three-point shot at 40.9% across their last 6 games
- The Wildcats have not been fast starters away from home. They have lost 9 of their past 10 first quarters as the away team
- The Perth Wildcats have not lost 4 consecutive matches since December 2018
Quick Player Facts – Tasmania JackJumpers
- Josh Adams is 18/39 from the three-point line, at 46.2% across his last 5 games. He is averaging 18.8 points in that period
- Josh Magette has had 5+ assists in 7 of his last 8 games
- Jack McVeigh has stepped up in the absence of Will Magnay. He is averaging 15.5 points and 5.2 rebounds across his last 6 games
- Jack McVeigh is 14/31, at 45.2% from the three-point line across his last 6 games
- Mikyle McIntosh is averaging 13 points over his last 4 games in just under 20 minutes per match
Quick Player Facts – Perth Wildcats
- Bryce Cotton has had 4+ assists in 5 consecutive matches
- The ball is safe in the hands of Bryce Cotton. He has had just 2 turnovers over his last 4 games
- Bryce Cotton has put up 45 three-point attempts across his last 4 games, and is hitting them at 37.7%. He is averaging 25 points in that period
- Vic Law has scored 20+ points in 4 of his last 7 matches
- Todd Blanchfield has gone cold, averaging just 4.7 points across his last 3 games
- Mitch Norton has had 4+ assists in 6 of his last 7 games
- Mitch Norton is averaging 13 points across his last 5 games
- Matt Hodgson is coming off his best game of the season. In just 16 minutes, he scored 10 points and had 7 rebounds in the loss to the Phoenix
- Jesse Wagstaff is 18/40 from the three-point line this season at 45%
In the Perth Wildcats five away losses, the average amount of points they are giving up is 92. When they restrict sides to 80 points or less, they have a 7-0 record.
They come up against a side that has been settling for the three-point shot in recent games, but has been hitting them at a high percentage.
Tasmania averages less than 80 points per game this season, and may find it tough to contain guard Bryce Cotton, who is coming off a poor performance.
The Wildcats defence has not looked as intense in recent games, and they have been relying on offence to stay in matches. Cranking up the defence, and not giving the JackJumpers open three-point looks, will go a long way to winning this match.
Tasmania home games have been very low scoring this season, and that gives the Wildcats every chance to control this match.