NCAA College Basketball Game Simulator

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The Game Simulator uses advanced algorithms based on many factors (listed below) to determine a winner and final score for a specific game. Vegas uses many factors to create betting lines and odds for every game for the public to wager on, the game simulator reverse engineers those same betting lines and odds as well as incorporates other statistical and historical game information to simulate results for each game.


Game Simulator Key Algorithm Factors

  • Live Vegas Lines and Odds
  • Historical Betting Lines and Odds
  • Streaks and Betting Trends
  • Historical Team Data and Stats
  • Previous Game Matchups
  • Rivalries and Revenge Factor
  • Team Travel and Rest
  • Key Player Injuries or Suspensions
  • Weather Factor (if applicable)


The Game Simulator will also give you recommended betting picks based on the simulation results for each game. If there is value or an oddity in the Vegas betting lines or odds, the Game Simulator will expose it without any bias or human element, strictly numbers.


Please keep in mind that the Game Simulator is not designed to turn a profit nor will it EVER be profitable over time. There could be days, weeks, or even months where the Game Simulator will be profitable but over the long run, the juice that is built into the betting odds slowly generates a profit for the sportsbooks over time and this can NEVER be beaten without proper discipline and strict money management. The Game Simulator is a valuable tool to be used to get an idea on how a game will turn out based purely on the numbers (the same numbers the sportsbooks use to generate the lines and odds) but should not be used with the expectation of long-term profitability.

CaliforniaCalifornia 57
O 126.5
Washington StateWashington State 65
U 126.5
FINAL (1/15/2022)
Simulator Algorithm Version: v5.0.3
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Jakimovski sparks Washington State to 65-57 victory over Cal

Sat, Jan 15, 2022

Jakimovski sparks Washington State to 65-57 victory over Cal

PULLMAN, Wash. (AP) - Sophomore Andrej Jakimovski came off the bench to hit four 3-pointers on his way to a season-high 16 points and Washington State turned back California 65-57 in Pac-12 Conference play on Saturday.

Jakimovski sank 6 of 11 shots - 4 of 7 from beyond the arc - while his teammates made just 2 of 15 tries. Jakimovski also grabbed seven rebounds for the Cougars (10-7, 3-3) in a game that saw 11 lead changes. Michael Flowers added 13 points and five boards.

The Golden Bears (9-9, 2-5), whose largest lead all game was two points, led 29-27 at halftime. TJ Bamba sank a 3-pointer to open the second half for WSU and neither team took a two-possession lead until Noah Williams' rebound bucket put the Cougars up 51-47 with 7:06 remaining in the game. Jordan Shepherd hit a jumper to pull Cal within two, but Mouhamed Gueye, a 50% free-throw shooter, made a pair and Jakimovski buried a 3 to extend the Cougars' lead to 56-49 with 5:02 left to play.

Cal answered with an Andre Kelly layup and a 3-pointer by Jalen Celestine to close to within 56-54 with 3:55 to go. Michael Flowers missed the front end of a 1-and-1 for WSU, but Jakimovski grabbed the rebound and fed Flowers for his only 3-pointer of the game - in six tries - and the Golden Bears never got closer than five from there.

  • Shepherd tallied 17 points to pace Cal. Kelly totaled 12 points and 14 rebounds for his eighth double-double of the season before fouling out.

    WSU travels to play Oregon on Thursday. California, which has lost four straight, will entertain No. 6 Arizona on Jan. 23.


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