Duke is favored to win the 2020 NCAA Tournament on the strength of their #1 recruiting class. Are they a good bet at this point?
UNC’s March Madness odds have improved after landing Cole Anthony, but they are still well behind ACC rivals Duke and Virginia. We tell if the Tar Heels worth betting on to win the 2020 NCAA Tournament at this early stage of the preseason.
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 odds for the 2020 NCAA Tournament have been released. The Kentucky Wildcats are the favorite, followed by Duke and defending champion Virginia. But the best value lies outside the top three. Who should bettors wager on at this early stage?
Texas Tech’s Jarrett Culver and Virginia’s Ty Jerome have the shortest odds to win the 2019 NCAA Tournament MOP Award. We dive into the numbers prior to tonight’s big game.
The Virginia Cavaliers opened as a 1.5-point favorite in the National Championship game. But is Texas Tech as an underog (again) the better play?
The 2019 NCAA Tournament is down to the Final Four. Learn the best value on the prop bets, including number of three-pointers in TTU vs MSU, and the Race to 20 Points in Aub vs UVA.
We’re down to the final weekend of the NCAA Tournament and oddsmakers have posted lines on who’ll score the most points in the Final Four. Who’s the best bet?
After reportedly entering into negotiations with TCU to reduce the value of his contract buyout from $8 million to $1 million, Jamie Dixon has emerged as a strong -200 favorite to become the next head coach of the UCLA Bruins. Is Dixon good value at short odds?
Will Tom Izzo of Michigan State, Chris Beard of TTU, Tony Bennett of UVA, or sweaty Bruce Pearl of Auburn bust a move in Minneapolis? Bovada has a March Madness prop bet on what dance the head coaches will do after the 2019 Final Four.
Learn key Final Four ATS betting trends before the conclusion of the 2019 NCAA Tournament. Texas Tech is the only team that’s 4-0 against the spread heading to Minneapolis, while Tom Izzo is 2-5 straight-up in the Final Four with Michigan State.
Virginia vs Auburn sees the Cavaliers favored by 5 and the total at 131. Texas Tech vs Michigan State has the Spartans as 2.5-point favorites over the Red Raiders with a 132-point total. What are the best bets and value wager for the 2019 Final Four?
Even though he was injured wearing Nike shoes earlier this season, BetOnline favors Nike to sign Duke freshman Zion Williamson to an NBA shoe contract.
Betting odds for the NCAA Tournament’s Most Outstanding Player have been swinging rapidly in the days leading up to the Final Four. We look at the major movement and make some picks.
Oddsmakers are allowing bettors to wager on whether Charles Barkley or Magic Johnson will be mentioned more often by announcers as their alma maters participate in the Final Four.
Auburn Tigers head coach Bruce Pearl sweats a lot on the sideline. Now bettors can wager on whether the 59-year-old coach will keep his jacket on and/or change his shirt when Auburn plays Virginia in the 2019 Final Four.
Will we see any tears from head coaches after the 2019 Final Four games (April 6th)? BetOnline has posted odds on who is most likely to cry: Auburn’s Bruce Pearl is favored, while Tom Izzo (MSU), Tony Bennett (UVA) & Chris Beard (TTU) are all huge longshots.
The odds to win the 2019 Final Four Most Outstanding Player Award favor Michigan State’s Cassius Winston, Virginia’s Kyle Guy, and Texas Tech’s Jarrett Culver. With just four teams remaining, who is the best bet to win the honor?
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?