SportsLine’s model showed its CBB picks, and best bets, for Georgetown vs. St. John’s Thursday

Rival Big East teams clash when the Georgetown Hoyas (6-13), hosts the St. John’s Red Storm (11-9), on Thursday night. Both teams enter this match on losing streaks. St. John’s was ranked No. 15 Providence beat St. John’s 86-82 in their last game. The Hoyas have lost nine consecutive games. Georgetown lost 70-63 against Seton Hall on February 1.

Tipoff is scheduled for 6 p.m. ET in Washington D.C. Caesars Sportsbook has the Red Storm listed at -5 in their latest St. John’s against Georgetown odds. The total point over-under is 157. This is 1.5 points less than the opening line. Before you make any Georgetown vs. St. John’s picks be sure to review the College Basketball Predictions and Betting Advice from the SportsLine Projection Model.

SportsLine Projection Model simulates every Division I college game 10,000 times. The model’s proprietary computer model has produced a staggering profit of more than $2,400 over the last five years for $100 players using its top-rated college picks against spread. It has been a huge success for anyone who has tried it.

The model now has its sights set on St. The model has set its sights on St. John’s vs. Georgetown and has just submitted its picks as well as CBB predictions. To see the picks, you can go to SportsLine. Here are the college basketball betting lines for Georgetown vs. St. John’s

  • St. John’s spread: St. John’s

  • St. John’s vs. Georgetown under: 157 points

  • St. John’s money line: St. John’s-210, Georgetown+175

  • SJU: Red Storm’s six last six total Red Storm’s under is 5-1.

  • GTWN: In the 21st meeting, the home team has been 14-6-1 ATS

    St. John’s has the ability to cover

    St. John’s junior guard Julian Champagnie leads the charge with 18.3 points and 6.7 rebounds, as well as 1.9 steals. Sophomore guard Posh Alex averages 15.3 points, 4.6 rebound, 5.2 assists, and a team record 2.4 steals. Alexander has snatched three or more steals in seven of his seven games so far. Alexander, a native New Yorker, is a strong scoring threat for Red Storm. He scored more than 20 points in just three games. Alexander was unable to score in the No. Alexander scored 29 points, had five rebounds, and had 12 assists in the loss to No.

    Forward Aaron Wheeler seems like he has settled into a rhythm during the new year. Wheeler averages 8.2 points and has scored double figures in seven out of eight of his matches. The native Connecticutian can shoot from the deep and can spread the floor. Wheeler played well against Seton Hall over this eight-game span. He had 17 points and 10 rebounds on Jan. 24. He also shot 3-for-7 from downtown.

Georgetown can provide coverage

Freshman guard Aminu Mohamed averages 13.8 points, 8 rebounds, and 1.5 steals per games. The Maryland native is showing his aggressiveness on and off the court, with 10+ rebounds in six of his six games. Mohammed’s most impressive game was the Dec. 11 victory over Syracuse. He scored 23 points, had 13 rebounds, five assists and two steals.

Grad student guard Donald Carey averages 13.1 points, 4.7 rebound and 3.3 assists per games. Carey has scored double-digits in eight consecutive games. Carey, a Maryland native, is the best 3-point shooter for the Hoyas. His team-high shooting percentage of 46 percent is a record. In seven of his eight last outings, Carey has made at least two 3-pointers. His best performance during that stretch was against No. 15 Providence. Carey scored 21 points and grabbed seven rebounds. He also shot 5-for-9 with the three-point line.

How to make Georgetown vs. St. John’s picks

SportsLine’s model projects 151 combined points. It also generates an against-the spread pick, which cashes in nearly 60% of simulations.