North Texas vs Memphis Basketball Picks 2-15-24


The Memphis Tigers and the North Texas Mean Green meet in college basketball action from the Super Pit on Thursday night. Can Memphis keep their win streak alive? Or will North Texas get the job done at home? Let’s dive in and find out with our Memphis vs. North Texas Prediction.

Memphis Team Preview

The Memphis Tigers come into this one looking to build on their three-game win streak after a 90-78 win over Tulane last time out. David Jones leads the Tigers in scoring and rebounding with 21.9 PPG and 7.1 RPG while Jahvon Quinerly has 13.6 PPG with 3.4 RPG and a team-high 5 APG to lead the Tigers in the assist department. Nae’Qwan Tomlin has 10.8 PPG with 5.7 RPG, capping off the group of double-digit scorers for Memphis so far this season. Jones also has a team-high 2.2 SPG while Jaykwon Walton has 8.8 PPG with 3.8 RPG. As a team, Memphis is averaging 80.8 PPG on 46.1% shooting from the field, 35.4% from three and 72.7% from the foul line this season. Memphis will play against SMU, Charlotte, and FAU after this game.

North Texas Team Preview

The North Texas Mean Green will look to rebound from a 71-68 loss to SMU last time out. Jason Edwards leads North Texas in scoring with 18 PPG while Aaron Scott has 11.9 PPG with 6.1 RPG and Rubin Jones has 11.7 PPG with 3 RPG and a team-high 3.8 APG to lead the Mean Green in assists while rounding out the group of double-digit scorers for North Texas so far this season. Robert Allen also has a team-high 7.3 RPG as well to lead North Texas on the glass. As a team, North Texas is averaging 67.3 PPG on 43.1% shooting from the field, 36.9% shooting from three and 71.8% from the foul line this season.

Memphis vs. North Texas Prediction

I’m on Memphis here. I just can’t get behind North Texas in their current form and while Memphis has had their fair share of ups and downs this season, but right now they’re playing the better basketball and I feel that they’re the more talented team in this matchup. Memphis can also ill afford another questionable loss if they want to maintain their resume for the NCAA tournament in the event they don’t win the AAC tournament. I’ll side with Memphis to get the road win and cover here.

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