Tasmania JackJumpers vs Perth Wildcats Prediction Game 2, Monday March 11th 2024

Get ready for a showdown on Monday Night as the Tasmania JackJumpers prepare to clash swords with the formidable Perth Wildcats at the electrifying MyState Bank Arena!

After a heart-stopping battle in Game 1, where the Perth Wildcats soared to victory on the back of star forward Keanu Pinder, dropping a jaw-dropping 25 points, the JackJumpers find themselves trailing 1-0 in this thrilling best-of-three series.

But fear not, JackJumpers faithful! As the saying goes, it ain’t over ’til it’s over. With their backs against the ropes, Tasmania’s finest are gearing up for a redemption arc of epic proportions. And what better stage to stage their comeback than on their home turf?

Led by their defensive maestros, the JackJumpers are ready to unleash a defensive onslaught that will have the Wildcats scrambling for cover. With a reputation as the ironclad fortress of the league, Tasmania’s defensive prowess is the stuff of legends, and they’re poised to prove it once again.

So, what’s the verdict for Monday night’s showdown? Strap in, folks, because here’s the Tasmania JackJumpers vs Perth Wildcats Prediction for March 11th, 2024.

Tasmania JackJumpers vs Perth Wildcats

Venue – MyState Bank Arena

Tip Off – 7.30pm EST

Season Record

Perth 17-1110-47-7

Season Scoring

TeamPPGOpp PPGGame Total Ave

Quick Game Facts

  • The Tasmania JackJumpers have won four consecutive matches at home
  • The Perth Wildcats have lost four of their past seven games
  • The JackJumpers have won their last three home games against the Wildcats by an average of 17.7 points

Quick Player Facts – Tasmania JackJumpers

  • Milton Doyle has recorded 3+ rebounds and 3+ assists in 12 consecutive appearances – longest active streak of any player in the league.
  • Jack McVeigh is averaging 22.4 points across his last five home games

Quick Player Facts – Perth Wildcats

  • Perth holds an 18-3 record when Bryce Cotton scores 15+ points this season.
  • Alex Sarr is averaging 2.2 blocks against Tasmania this season in just 15.5 minutes across four games


The Tasmania JackJumpers were in good form before the playoffs and will make it very difficult for Perth to sweep this series. The JackJumpers will bring the defensive intensity and should bounce back at home and force a deciding game three.

Prediction – Tasmania JackJumpers (Win)

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