SJSU San Jose State Spartans 73
San Jose State Spartans San Jose State Overall (3-7)
ATS (3-5)
O/U (6-2)
December 18 2018
- Pac-12 Network
STAN Stanford Cardinal 78
Stanford Cardinal Stanford Overall (6-4)
ATS (4-3-2)
O/U (3-6)
Final
Money Line Total: 140 Spread ATS
12
631 San Jose State Spartans +1500 Under -110 (+18) -110 Cover: 13
3340
632 Stanford Cardinal -4500 Over -110 (-18) -110 OVER: 151
3444
Final
Money Line Total: 140 Spread ATS
631 SJSU +1500 Under: -110 (+18) -110 Cover: 13
632 STAN -4500 Over: -110 (-18) -110 OVER: 151
Line Movement
Money Line
Green = RECENT CHANGE Yellow = PREVIOUS LINE CHANGE
Money Line
12/18/2018
12:11 PM
STAN
-4500
SJSU
+1500
12/18/2018
10:27 AM
STAN
-5400
SJSU
+1800
12/18/2018
8:45 AM
STAN
-5400
SJSU
+1800
12/18/2018
8:36 AM
STAN
-5400
SJSU
+1800
Spread
Green = RECENT CHANGE Yellow = PREVIOUS LINE CHANGE
Spread
12/18/2018
12:11 PM
STAN(-18)
-110
SJSU
-110
12/18/2018
10:27 AM
STAN(-18)
-110
SJSU
-110
12/18/2018
8:45 AM
STAN(-18.5)
-110
SJSU
-110
12/18/2018
8:36 AM
STAN(-19)
-110
SJSU
-110
12/18/2018
8:24 AM
STAN(-19)
-110
SJSU
-110
12/17/2018
7:30 PM
STAN(-19)
-110
SJSU
-110
Total
Green = RECENT CHANGE Yellow = PREVIOUS LINE CHANGE
Total
12/18/2018
12:11 PM
140
-110
140
-110
12/18/2018
10:27 AM
140
-110
140
-110
12/18/2018
8:45 AM
140
-110
140
-110
12/18/2018
8:36 AM
140
-110
140
-110
12/18/2018
8:24 AM
140
-110
140
-110
Recap

STANFORD, Calif. (AP) — Oscar Da Silva felt comfortable shooting the ball and he responded with a career night.

Da Silva scored 23 points to go with 10 rebounds, KZ Okpala added 25 points and Stanford beat San Jose State 78-73 on Tuesday night.

"Most of my shots were wide open," Da Silva said. "I think it was more a collective effort. Tonight was my night."

San Jose State coach Jean Prioleau said leaving him open was part of the plan.

"He came in not shooting the ball well," Prioleau said. "We were packing the paint looking to defend the high percentage shots. At the end he was missing his shots but we weren't able to get the rebound."

Daejon Davis added 14 points and eight assists for the Cardinal (6-4), who have won four of their last five.

"Daejon was sick and he battled tough," Okpala said. "He came in and killed it and we rallied behind him."

Michael Steadman, who attended high school just across the bay, had 17 points and 11 rebounds and Oumar Barry added 15 points and 10 rebounds to lead the Spartans (3-7), who had won their previous two games. Craig LeCesne added 16 points and Brae Ivey and Noah Baumann each had 11.

"This is a familiar setting for me," Steadman said. "I went to a few games here growing up. I like playing around the Bay Area."

Da Silva, who was a combined 7 of 21 from the floor in his previous two games, made his first eight shots, including six from 3-point range, before cooling off.

"The motivation is that Oscar has put the time in over the past two weeks getting reps," Stanford coach Jerod Haase said. "The motivation should be for everyone on the team if they put in quality work, good things are going to happen."

Da Silva hit a 3-pointer with 10:04 remaining in the contest to give Stanford a 47-44 lead, which it never relinquished, though the Spartans kept it close.

Barry hit a short jumper to give the Spartans a 22-13 lead midway through the first half. San Jose State led for all but a second of the first half.

Okpala hit a 3-pointer as the buzzer sounded to give the Cardinal a 34-33 advantage.

BIG PICTURE

San Jose State is in a stretch of three games in which it visits Stanford, California and St. Mary's before the end of the year. The Spartans hosted neighboring Santa Clara earlier in the season. ... Two of the Spartans losses are by a combined three points. ... Freshman Christian Anigwe is the younger brother of No. 14 California senior Kristine Anigwe.

Stanford freshman Cormac Ryan, who averages 11 points a game, missed Tuesday's contest with an ankle injury. Haase said he did not know how long he would be out. ... Da Silva recorded his second career double-double and his first in just over a year. ... Stanford played consecutive home games for the first time this season. ... The Cardinal played the Spartans for the first time since 2006 and for the 51st time overall.

UP NEXT

San Jose State travels to California on Friday night.

Stanford plays at San Francisco on Saturday.

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Matchup
Spartans Overall
W/L 3-7
ATS 3-5
Pts For 71.0
Pts Against 74.6
Total 6-2
Spartans Away
W/L 0-1
ATS 1-0
Pts For 73.0
Pts Against 78.0
Total 1-0
Last 10 Games
Date Opponent Result ATS O/U
12-18
9:00 PM
at Stanford L 78-73 W (18) O (140)
12-15
9:00 PM
Northern Arizona W 79-74 W (1) O (150.5)
12-6
9:00 PM
Bethune-Cookman W 67-65
11-28
9:00 PM
Indiana State L 86-57 L (7) O (134.5)
11-24
5:00 PM
Santa Clara L 71-63 L (-2) U (136.5)
11-18
5:00 PM
Central Michigan L 76-74 W (10.5) O (145)
11-17
5:00 PM
CSB L 73-72 L (-9.5) O (131.5)
11-15
7:30 PM
Weber State L 85-77 L (-10.5) O (138.5)
11-10
8:00 PM
Southern Utah L 66-59 L (2.5) U (146.5)
11-7
9:00 PM
Life Pacific College W 89-72
Avg. Points For 71.0
Avg. Points Against 74.6
ATS 3-5
Over/Under 6-2
Cardinal Overall
W/L 6-4
ATS 4-3-2
Pts For 72.1
Pts Against 70.3
Total 3-6
Cardinal Home
W/L 5-0
ATS 2-1-1
Pts For 79.6
Pts Against 66.0
Total 1-3
Last 10 Games
Date Opponent Result ATS O/U
12-18
9:00 PM
San Jose State W 78-73 L (-18) O (140)
12-15
6:00 PM
Eastern Washington W 78-62 W (-13) U (141)
12-1
4:30 PM
at Kansas L 90-84 W (20) O (149)
11-28
9:00 PM
Portland State W 79-67 T (-12) U (147)
11-23
6:00 PM
Middle Tennessee W 67-54 W (6.5) U (138.5)
11-22
6:00 PM
at Florida L 72-49 L (-6.5) U (135)
11-21
1:30 PM
at Wisconsin L 62-46 L (-9) U (137.5)
11-12
6:00 PM
at North Carolina L 90-72 T (18) O (158.5)
11-9
6:00 PM
at UNCW W 72-59 W (-5) U (160)
11-6
9:00 PM
Seattle W 96-74
Avg. Points For 72.1
Avg. Points Against 70.3
ATS 4-3-2
Over/Under 3-6
Scoring
San Jose State
NameMinFG3 PTFTOff RebRebAstStlBlkTOFouls+/-PTS
Michael Steadman (F) 39:007-14 50%0-0 0%3-5 60%31110041017
Craig LeCesne (F-C) 35:005-14 35.7%0-2 0%6-6 100%4711014016
Oumar Barry (C) 30:006-9 66.7%0-2 0%3-5 60%21010334015
Noah Baumann (G-F) 40:004-11 36.4%2-6 33.3%1-2 50%0153014011
Brae Ivey (G) 36:003-6 50%2-2 100%3-6 50%0523063011
Ashtin Chastain (C) 11:001-2 50%0-0 0%1-1 100%110001003
Brian Rodriguez-Flores (G) 5:000-1 0%0-1 0%0-0 0%000000100
Seneca Knight (G-F) 4:000-0 0%0-0 0%0-0 0%010000000
Christian Anigwe (F) 00:000-0 0%0-0 0%0-0 0%000000000
Zach Chappell (G) 00:000-0 0%0-0 0%0-0 0%000000000
Kaison Hammonds (G) 00:000-0 0%0-0 0%0-0 0%000000000
Samuel Japhet-Mathias (C) 00:000-0 0%0-0 0%0-0 0%000000000
Isaiah Nichols (G) 00:000-0 0%0-0 0%0-0 0%000000000
Caleb Simmons (G) 00:000-0 0%0-0 0%0-0 0%000000000
Trey Smith (G) 00:000-0 0%0-0 0%0-0 0%000000000
Stanford
NameMinFG3 PTFTOff RebRebAstStlBlkTOFouls+/-PTS
KZ Okpala (F) 37:008-15 53.3%3-6 50%6-12 50%1614042025
Oscar da Silva (F) 38:008-13 61.5%6-11 54.5%1-2 50%21020121023
Daejon Davis (G) 25:005-10 50%2-6 33.3%2-2 100%0283003014
Marcus Sheffield (G-F) 27:002-7 28.6%2-6 33.3%0-0 0%002102106
Josh Sharma (C) 13:003-5 60%0-0 0%0-0 0%020000406
Trevor Stanback (F) 14:001-2 50%0-0 0%1-1 100%231020203
Isaac White (G) 9:000-3 0%0-3 0%1-2 50%011001001
Bryce Wills (G-F) 19:000-1 0%0-0 0%0-0 0%143003100
Jaiden Delaire (F) 8:000-1 0%0-1 0%0-0 0%000001200
Kodye Pugh (F) 6:000-1 0%0-1 0%0-0 0%110000000
Lukas Kisunas (F-C) 4:000-0 0%0-0 0%0-0 0%000001100
Sam Beskind (G) 00:000-0 0%0-0 0%0-0 0%000000000
Keenan Fitzmorris (F-C) 00:000-0 0%0-0 0%0-0 0%000000000
Rodney Herenton (G) 00:000-0 0%0-0 0%0-0 0%000000000
Cormac Ryan (G-F) 00:000-0 0%0-0 0%0-0 0%000000000
1st Half
Money Line
Green = RECENT CHANGE Yellow = PREVIOUS LINE CHANGE
Money Line
Spread
Green = RECENT CHANGE Yellow = PREVIOUS LINE CHANGE
Spread
12/19/2018
10:17 AM
STAN(-11)
-110
SJSU
-110
12/18/2018
10:27 AM
STAN(-10.5)
-110
SJSU
-110
12/18/2018
9:03 AM
STAN(-11)
-110
SJSU
-110
Total
Green = RECENT CHANGE Yellow = PREVIOUS LINE CHANGE
Total
12/19/2018
10:17 AM
65½
-110
65½
-110
12/18/2018
10:27 AM
65½
-110
65½
-110
12/18/2018
9:03 AM
65½
-110
65½
-110