We are just hours into the NCAA basketball season, and already, a couple of loud performances have created some noticeable movement in the 2020 Naismith College Basketball Player of the Year odds. We analyze the movement below betting favorite Cassius Winston, and find the best value bet.
The Spartans lost to the Wildcats 69-62 at the 2019 Champions Classic — but are still the betting favorite to win Tom Izzo’s second national championship in April. Read more for betting analysis about what the loss means for MSU and what the win means for UK.
Duke took down fellow blue-blood Kansas at the Champions Classic on Nov. 5th. Their National Championship odds have not improved, though. Does that mean there’s early value on a young Blue Devils team that should only get better with more experience together?
Virginia Was 10-1 ATS as Road Team in ACC Play Last Season; Open Season as 3.5-Point Favorite at Syracuse
For the first since the 60’s, a defending national champion will open their season on the road as Virginia takes on the Orange in Syracuse. Can the Cavaliers cover the spread as favorites?
The blue bloods have the best odds to win their conferences in 2020, with Duke, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan State all favored. Blair Johnson analyzes the latest odds in the six power conferences and makes his picks for the best value bets on the board.
While behind the top contenders in odds to win the National Championship, here’s why Gonzaga, Villanova and Virginia are worth betting to win the title at +2000 odds.
LSU’s SEC Championship odds are as short as +700 and as long as +1410. Is this team a legitimate threat to repeat as SEC champs?
North Carolina’s odds of winning the Atlantic Coast Conference are improving but Duke is still considered the favorite to win the conference title. Which Tobacco Road rival deserves your wager?
The #3 Kansas Jayhawks take on the #4 Duke Blue Devils in the opening game of the Champions Classic at MSG tonight. Will Duke be able to pull the upset with their new crop of talented freshmen?
In the main event of the Champions Classic, #1 Michigan State takes on #2 Kentucky from Madison Square Garden. Can Sparty cover as 3-point favorites, or is it the Wildcats time to shine?
In what has a chance to be the marquee game of the college basketball season on opening night, #1 Michigan State has opened as a 2.5-point favorite against #2 Kentucky. Who has the edge going into MSG?
In the first game of the Champions Classic a re-loaded Duke team takes on a balanced and deep Kansas Jayhawks squad, and the Blue Devils have opened as 2-point favorites. Who has the edge in the game?
Regular Season Win Totals Open for SEC Contenders Auburn & Tennessee; Big Ten Contenders Maryland & Michigan
Maryland and Michigan appear poised to go over their win totals while Auburn and Tennessee seems likely to go under. We examine odds and offer our best bets.
Can Kansas get back on top of the Big 12 this season? The oddsmakers think so as the Jayhawks are heavy +130 favorites to win the conference.
Oregon is the favorite to win the Pac-12, but do Washington, Colorado, or Arizona have what it takes to upset the Ducks?
We’re taking a look at three teams who could provide some solid value in the college basketball season win totals market. See the best bets on Gonzaga, Florida and Maryland this year.
The 2020 Naismith Award odds are out. Michigan State’s Cassius Winston opens as the favorite. Should bettors back the MSU senior, or is there value in other names like Jordan Nwora, Cole Anthony, and James Wiseman?
The Michigan State Spartans are the overwhelming favorite to win the Big 10 Conference. Are there any other favorites that you should be targeting? Check our preview for the best bet.
Last season was an exciting one for the Big East though they had no serious NCAA Title contender. This year while Villanova is again the favorite while Marquette, Seton Hall, Xavier, and even Providence and Georgetown make for interesting value propositions.
Sportsbooks think that scandalous Kansas has a solid chance to cut down the nets in Atlanta at the 2020 Final Four. Their odds haven’t dropped despite an NCAA investigation into Bill Self’s program. Are the Jayhawks a good futures bet, or is Duke, Memphis, Michigan State, or Kentucky a safer play?