Gonzaga vs. San Francisco: Free Live Stream, TV Channel, How to Watch
The Gonzaga Bulldogs (26-5, 14-2 WCC) hope to extend a six-game home win streak when they host the San Francisco Dons (20-13, 7-9 WCC) on March 6, 2023.
On Wednesday, in its last game, Gonzaga topped Chicago State 104-65. With 17 points, Drew Timme was its top scorer. San Francisco won its previous game against Santa Clara, 93-87 in OT, on Sunday. Khalil Shabazz was its leading scorer with 38 points.
When is Gonzaga vs. San Francisco and when does it start?
This game between the Bulldogs and Dons will begin on Monday, March 6, 2023. You can expect the opening tip at 11:30 PM ET.
Where to Watch Gonzaga vs. San Francisco
The Bulldogs and Dons will take to the court at Orleans Arena for this matchup on March 6, and if you would like to see the action live, get your tickets now from Vivid Seats!
What channel is the game on?
You can catch this game live on ESPN2.
Gonzaga Bulldogs vs. San Francisco Dons Game Preview
Gonzaga Stats, Odds & Insights
Gonzaga’s +445 scoring differential (outscoring opponents by 14.4 points per game) is a result of scoring 88.0 points per game (first in college basketball) while allowing 73.6 per outing (282nd in college basketball).
The Bulldogs are averaging 88.0 points, 14.9 more than the Dons concede.
Gonzaga connects on 7.6 three-pointers per game (160th in college basketball) compared to its opponents’ 8.1. It shoots 38.0% from deep while its opponents hit 35.2% from long range.
The Bulldogs are posting 93.4 points per game when playing at home. When playing on the road, they are averaging 84.8 points per contest.
Gonzaga’s offense has been better over its last 10 games, racking up 91.0 points per contest compared to the 88.0 it has averaged this year.
San Francisco Stats, Odds & Insights
San Francisco outscores opponents by 3.2 points per game (posting 76.3 points per game, 73rd in college basketball, and allowing 73.1 per outing, 270th in college basketball) and has a +107 scoring differential.
The Dons post only 2.7 more points per game (76.3) than the Bulldogs allow (73.6).
San Francisco connects on 10.2 three-pointers per game (12th in college basketball), 3.7 more than its opponents.
The Dons score 78.5 points per game at home, and 76.0 on the road.
San Francisco has played better offensively in its last 10 games, generating 79.4 points per contest, 3.1 more than its season average of 76.3.
Bulldogs Key Players to Watch
Dons Key Players to Watch
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