The Kentucky Wildcats have the shortest opening odds to win the 2020 NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship, but are they the best bet? We look at three other teams that present great value.
The Virginia Cavaliers weren’t the only big winners during March Madness, as several players from other teams improved their NBA draft stock immensely.
The Duke Blue Devils had been the favorites to win the NCAA Men’s Tournament all year long. But the Blue Devils have been sent home early, as have two of the other no. 1 seeds, leaving Virginia with the best odds to win the tournament. Are they a good bet?
The Duke Blue Devils are the no. 1 overall seed in the 2019 NCAA Men’s Tournament. But they haven’t looked like it yet, as they luckily escaped with a victory in the Second Round. See how their performances have affected their odds to win the tournament.
While not many took issue with the teams who were named the top seeds in the tournament, it doesn’t mean you can pencil them in to the Final Four. See the three No. 1 seeds who Damon Amendolara fears may not make it to Minneapolis for the Final Four.
It’s called March Madness for a reason. Before filling out your bracket, see Damon Amendolara’s top upset picks for the first round of the 2019 NCAA Men’s Tournament.
Can Zion Williamson lead Duke to another National Championship? Will Virginia bounce back after being the first ever 1-seed to lose in the first round of the NCAA Men’s Tournament? See Damon Amendolara’s March Madness Bracket here, along with his analysis.