We’re already one week into the month of February, which means we’re one week closer to the excitement of March Madness. In the meantime, college basketball’s conference play is heating up, and each possession is starting to feel more important than the last. Win-loss records are becoming more crucial for teams hoping to extend their seasons by qualifying for tournaments. We have another action-packed slate of games on Wednesday night, so let’s get right down to it with a look at some wagering opportunities.

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Massachusetts vs. St. Bonaventure Prediction and Pick

Prior to the 2023-24 season, there was so much promise and hype surrounding St. Bonaventure because the Bonnies had landed guard Charles Pride via the transfer portal. Those expectations might have been too high, since they are already starting to fade away here in February. The Bonnies are just 4-5 in A-10 Conference play. They have struggled to remain consistent throughout the season and have had real problems playing on the road. Fortunately for them, the Bonnies will be playing in front of a home crowd Wednesday night at the Reilly Center, where they are 8-2 this season. They will be going for a ninth home victory against Massachusetts, which comes into this matchup having won three of its last four games. The Minutemen (14-7) know that if they want to boost their tournament hopes, they will need that winning to continue. Indeed, this is a must-win game for both teams, even though they still have several games left on their schedules. When it comes to qualifying for March Madness, schools in smaller conferences have a decreased margin of error in the loss column.  Look for Pride and Mika Adams-Woods to set the tone in the home team’s backcourt on Wednesday, while Bonnies big man Chad Venning takes care of business down low in the post. St. Bonaventure will prevail in front of its home crowd in this must-win scenario.

Leg-1 Parlay Pick: St. Bonaventure ML (-200)
Louisville vs. Syracuse Prediction and Pick

The Louisville Cardinals basketball program is currently in turmoil. This team was awful last season and, unfortunately, it is bad again this season. It’s quite an unusual situation for a school that has always at least remained competitive over the years. Louisville travels to New York State, on Wednesday night to face a Syracuse team that is also in unusual territory because the Orange are playing their first season in 47 years without Jim Boeheim as their head coach. Syracuse has held its own so far this season under new head coach Adrian Autry, however. At 14-8, the Orange have their sights set on an NCAA Tournament berth and are eager to keep adding wins. Unfortunately, they have lost three of their last four games, but facing Louisville at home is exactly what the doctor ordered to get them back on track. Syracuse should cover the spread here because guards Judah Mintz and JJ Starling have been amazing for the Orange this season and will be unfazed by the Louisville defense. Give me Syracuse on the moneyline.

Leg-2 Parlay Pick: Syracuse ML (-400)
Southern Methodist vs. Rice Prediction and Pick

The American Athletic Conference has been surprisingly strong this year and might see a few of its teams make noise in next month’s NCAA Tournament. One of those teams could be Southern Methodist, which has fared well in conference play this season and also performed well in non-conference games. SMU has already beaten the Big 12’s West Virginia Mountaineers and hung on in a narrow loss to Wisconsin of the Big Ten. The Mustangs’ opponent on Wednesday, Rice, scored an impressive upset win at Memphis one week ago. Unfortunately, the Owls’ luck is going to run out at home in this game because SMU is much better than Memphis defensively, and the Mustangs’ balanced offensive attack makes it hard for opposing defenses to match up with them. SMU should cover the spread in this one, but for parlay purposes we’ll play it safe here and take the visitors on the moneyline.

Leg-3 Parlay Pick: SMU ML (-275)
UCLA vs. Stanford Prediction and Pick

The UCLA Bruins and Stanford Cardinal will square off for the second time this season on Wednesday night in Northern California. On Jan. 3 in Los Angeles, Stanford won the teams’ first Pac-12 Conference meeting of the season, 59-53. UCLA had jumped out to a great first half start in that game, but that was mostly due to Stanford’s offensive struggles. The Cardinal trailed 30-26 at halftime because Stanford players simply couldn’t make shots over the first 20 minutes. Stanford quickly solved the problem in the second half. It regained the lead around the 13-minute mark and never looked back. I know many people will say it’s hard to beat a team twice in the same season, but Stanford is hands-down the better team here. In fact, the Cardinal might be one of the best 10-loss teams in the nation right now. Freshman guard Kanaan Carlyle’s status will be crucial in this one, since he missed Stanford’s last game against Arizona with an upper body injury. He is currently listed as day-to-day. An optimistic view suggests he’ll play against UCLA, but if Carlyle can’t go, then this game could be a lot harder for Stanford. However, even if Carlyle sits this out, Stanford still has enough offensive power to beat the Bruins for a second time.

Leg-4 Parlay Pick: Stanford ML (-167)

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