Chris Mack and the Louisville Cardinals will be underdogs for the third consecutive game on Tuesday night.
Per Vegas Insider, Michigan State is favored by five points over Louisville.
The 9th ranked Spartans are coming off an impressive showing in the Continental Tire Las Vegas Invitational. They crushed No. 17 UCLA 87-67 and then defeated a top twenty Texas team 78-68.
Sparty’s lone loss of the season was the opener against No. 1 Kansas who has recently reclaimed the top spot in the AP Poll.
Michigan State ATS: 4-2
|Nov 6||@ Kansas||4.5||154.5||Lost 87 – 92||Loss / Over|
|Nov 11||Florida Gulf Coast||-22||153.5||Won 106 – 82||Win / Over|
|Nov 14||Louisiana-Monroe||-25.5||143.5||Won 80 – 59||Loss / Under|
|Nov 18||Tennessee Tech||-33.5||153||Won 101 – 33||Win / Under|
|Nov 22||@ UCLA||-7||159||Won 87 – 67||Win / Under|
|Nov 23||Texas||-7||150||Won 78 – 68||Win / Under|
As for Louisville, they’re hoping to avoid a three game losing streak. The Cards dropped both games last week in Brooklyn. They were competitive against No. 5 Tennessee on Wednesday, but let one slip away against Marquette on Friday.
Louisville ATS: 1-2-2
|Nov 8||Nicholls State||-20||149||Won 85 – 72||Loss / Over|
|Nov 13||Southern University||-25.5||146||Won 104 – 54||Win / Over|
|Nov 16||Vermont||-8||146||Won 86 – 78||Push / Over|
|Nov 21||@ Tennessee||7.5||145||Lost 81 – 92||Loss / Over|
|Nov 23||@ Marquette||3||154.5||Lost 74 – 77||Push / Under|