CBB Daily Plays: Saturday, January 30th
Check out who I like in Saturday’s games in each price range. It’s good to see some bigger tournament in the upcoming weeks for CBB, so try and get some Q’s into the tournaments.
Yogi Ferrell (Indiana): Ferrell is coming off a 30 point game against Wisconsin. He only had one assist, but that is just more of a outlier. In the previous four games he had at least 6 assists in each game. Indiana could blow out Minnesota, but don’t worry Tom Crean loves to play his starters.
Andrew Andrews (Washington): Andrews is one of the best players in the country that not a lot of people know about. In the last meeting against USC, Andrews finished with 24 points, 6 rebounds, and 4 assists. I always like taking Andrews because he can fill up the stat sheet.
Other I like: Kevin Punter, Monte Morris, Isiah Taylor, Jalen Jones
Zak Irvin (Michigan): Irvin is coming of a near triple-double against Rutgers. He finished with 8 points, 12 rebounds, and 8 assists. He gets another nice matchup against Penn State on Saturday. With Caris LeVert out, Irvin will continue to see near 40 minutes a game.
Angel Rodriguez (Miami): After a slow start to ACC play, Rodriguez has picked his play out over the last couple of games. He is coming off his best game of the season against Duke, he finished with 13 points, 11 assists, and 5 rebounds. This is a great matchup for Rodriguez against NC State, who just gave up 90 points to GT.
Other I like: Marcus Hunt, Derrick Walton, Malachi Richardson, Alex Caruso
Katin Reinhardt (USC): The former UNLV player, has been playing his best basketball as of late. Over his last two games, he is averaging 16 points, 4 rebounds, and 2 assists per game. This is a great matchup for him; Washington plays at one of the fastest paces in the country.
Haanif Cheatham (Marquette): Over his last two games Cheatham is averaging 14 points, 7 rebounds and 2 assists per game. He has scored at least double figures points in nine out of his last 10 games. Cheatham is also good for a couple steals per game.
Other I like: Chauncey Collins, Devin Foster
Jaron Blossomgame (Clemson): Blossomgame has had at least 22 points an 6 rebounds in his last three games. He also gets a couple of blocks per game. Clemson will get a pace up with Florida State playing faster. The Seminoles have struggled defending the post this season.
Brice Johnson (North Carolina): Even with Kennedy Meeks back, Johnson is still having monster games. Over his last two games, he is averaging 23 points and 14 rebounds, and 3 blocks per game. Now, he gets to face Boston College the worst team in the ACC.
Other I like: Henry Ellenson, Roosevelt Jones, Armani Moore
- Tyler Roberson (Syracuse):* After three straight double-doubles, Roberson cooled off a bit, but he has a great matchup on Saturday. A theme this year is that Georgia Tech has struggled defending the post.
Zach Smith (Texas Tech): Smith has been playing real well for the Red Raiders. Over his last two games, Smith is averaging 12 points and 9 rebounds per game. Smith also has blocked 8 shots in the last three games.
Other I like: Tonye Jekiri, Wesley Iwundu, Marquese Chriss
Marcanvis Hymon (Ole Miss): With the injury to Sebastian Saiz , Hymon has really picked up his play over the last couple of games. Over his last three games, he is averaging 12 points and 10 rebounds per game.
Nick Jacobs (Alabama): Jacobs has earned his way back into the starting lineup. Over his last two games he is averaging 18 points and 8 rebounds per game. Syracuse doesn’t have the inside presence of past years teams.
Other I like: Donte Grantham, Tyler Davis, Dean Wade