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.
Duke heads into the Sweet 16 of the 2019 NCAA Tournament as -165 favorites to win the East Region, following by Michigan State at +275. Virginia Tech is +700, while LSU has the longest odds at +1000. Where does the betting value lie?
Who will win the Midwest Region in the 2019 NCAA Tournament? The Sweet 16 sees #1 UNC vs #5 Auburn and #2 Kentucky vs #3 Houston. If PJ Washington is out for the Wildcats, is UNC good value at plus-money in the March Madness Final Four futures?
Heading into a Sweet 16 matchup with no. 12 Oregon, Virginia is heavily favored to win the South region and advance to the 2019 Final Four. See the odds for all four remaining teams here.
The top four seeds have all advanced to the Sweet 16 in the West region of the 2019 NCAA Men’s Tournament. See the updated odds for each to make the Final Four and our best bets to advance.
Virginia Tech made easy work of no. 13 Saint Louis in the Round of 64. But their odds to win the 2019 NCAA Men’s Tournament still remain pretty long. Is there any value in betting them?
Zion Williamson has continued to amaze us all with his freakish athleticism and rim-rocking dunks. But can the Duke Blue Devil throw down a dunk over UCF’s 7-foot-6 rim-protector, Tacko Fall?
After becoming the first no. 1 seed to lose to a no. 16 last year, the Cavaliers looked to be in trouble again in the Round of 64. But they escaped with a victory and they’re now enjoying much better odds to win the tournament.
Learn the biggest injury news ahead of the Round of 32 in 2019 March Madness, including PJ Washington (Kentucky), Nojel Eastern (Purdue), Phil Cofer (Florida State), Jack White (Duke) and Justin Robinson (Va Tech).
Can Murray State’s Ja Morant repeat his triple-double performance vs Florida State in the second round of the NCAA Tournament? The odds are against him, but the payout might not be high enough to justify betting on the future lottery pick.
The Auburn Tigers barely escaped the first round and their March Madness futures odds have tumbled as a result. Round of 32 foe Kansas, meanwhile, stomped Northeastern. Is now a good time to bet Auburn?
After crushing Northeastern, the Kansas Jayhawks’ odds to win the 2019 NCAA Tournament jumped from +5000 to +3300. As they prepare to take on Auburn, is that a wager worth making?
The Purdue Boilermakers’ odds of winning the NCAA Tournament went from +3300 all the way to +1600 after they beat Old Dominion. Should bettors jump on Matt Painter’s bandwagon before it’s too late or is this an overreaction to recent success? We analyze the value on betting Purdue.
Sportsbooks are pitting Zion Williamson vs LeBron James in a series of prop bets on Mar. 22nd. Will Zion outscore and outrebound LeBron when his Duke Blue Devils face ND State? Or will LeBron turn back the clock when the Lakers host the Brooklyn Nets? We analyze the best betting value.
Will Zion Williamson average more than 23.5 points and 9.0 rebounds per game in 2019 March Madness? Get an expert breakdown of these NCAA Tournament prop bets before Duke tips off against North Dakota State today (7:10 PM ET).
Mythical matchups have come to 2019 March Madness. Will Michigan outscore Michigan State in the Round of 64? Who will post more points between Florida vs Florida State? We analyze their first-round matchups and find the best value wagers.
The 2019 NCAA Tournament is about to tip-off. Before you place your bets, take note of the following injuries, which could impact March Madness. Get the latest on Justin Robinson (Va. Tech), Tyus Battle (Syracuse), PJ Washington (Kentucky), Dean Wade (K-State), Jordan Caroline (Nevada) and more.
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.
The March Madness player props are endless. Which bets have the most value? We analyze O/Us for stars like Purdue’s Carsen Edwards, Kentucky’s PJ Washington, and UNC’s Luke Maye.
Former President Barack Obama started publishing his March Madness bracket in 2009 and has done it each year since, even after leaving office. What seed will he take to win the NCAA Men’s Tournament in 2019? Will President Donald Trump get in on the fun?