Pepperdine vs. Pacific: Start Time, Streaming Live, TV Channel, How to Watch
The Pepperdine Waves (9-21, 2-14 WCC) hope to end a four-game losing streak when they visit the Pacific Tigers (14-17, 7-9 WCC) on March 2, 2023 at Orleans Arena. The contest airs on WCC.
In its previous game, Pepperdine fell to Loyola Marymount on Saturday, 75-67. Jan Zidek scored a team-high 22 points (and added two assists and five boards). In its most recent game, Pacific topped Portland on Saturday, 81-77. Cam Denson scored a team-high 12 points (and added one assist and seven boards).
When is Pepperdine vs. Pacific and when does it start?
This contest between the Waves and Tigers is scheduled to tip off on Thursday, March 2, 2023. Expect to see the opening tip at 11:30 PM ET.
Where to Watch Pepperdine vs. Pacific
The Waves and Tigers will hit the hardwood at Orleans Arena for this matchup on March 2, and if you want to see the matchup live, get your tickets now from Vivid Seats!
What channel is the game on?
You can catch this game live on WCC.
Pepperdine Waves vs. Pacific Tigers Game Preview
Pepperdine Stats, Odds & Insights
Pepperdine has been outscored by 3.0 points per game (scoring 78.2 per game to rank 39th in college basketball while giving up 81.2 per contest to rank 359th in college basketball) and has a -91 scoring differential overall.
The 78.2 points the Waves average are just 0.4 more than the Tigers give up.
Pepperdine makes 8.3 three-pointers per game (88th in college basketball) at a 36.6% rate (62nd in college basketball), compared to the 7.4 its opponents make while shooting 35.9% from beyond the arc.
The Waves are posting 80.8 points per game this season in home games, which is 5.4 more points than they’re averaging in road games (75.4).
Pepperdine’s offense has been better over its last 10 games, scoring 79.9 points per contest compared to the 78.2 it has averaged this year.
Pacific Stats, Odds & Insights
Pacific puts up 76.0 points per game (79th in college basketball) while giving up 77.8 per contest (349th in college basketball). It has a -58 scoring differential and has been outscored by 1.8 points per game.
The Tigers’ 76.0 points per game are 5.2 fewer than the Waves allow.
Pacific knocks down 9.2 three-pointers per game (32nd in college basketball) while shooting 39.2% from deep (ninth-best in college basketball). It is making 1.2 more threes than its opponents, who drain 8.0 per game at 35.2%.
The Tigers score 75.2 points per game at home, and 76.9 on the road.
While Pacific is posting 76.0 points per game in 2022-23, it has improved that mark over its past 10 games, amassing 79.3 a contest.
Waves Key Players to Watch
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Tigers Key Players to Watch
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