Entering the Sweet 16, where can you find the best odds for every team to reach the Final Four? Get the latest odds along with expert analysis of the best value bets on the board, from Duke to Virginia to UNC, and even some non-ACC teams!
Charles Barkley picked UNC to defeat Auburn before the NCAA Tournament started. Will he stick to his guns again with the odds strongly against the Tigers?
Duke Blue Devils star Zion Williamson scored 32 points in the Round of 32. How many points will he put up in his Sweet 16 game against Virginia Tech?
The 2019 NCAA Tournament has yet to see a buzzer-beater finish, but books are offering 7-1 odds that will change this weekend in the Sweet 16 or Elite 8.
Sportsbooks are offering odds on how many #1 seeds reach the 2019 Final Four. Two is the favorite, followed by one. They also have the O/U on #1 seeds getting past the Elite Eight set at 1.5, with the OVER favored. Where does the betting value reside?
The Oregon Ducks and LSU Tigers are still standing in the NCAA Tournament, but face the longest odds of winning it all. We look at the factors each team faces going forward and determine if they’re worthy of a wager.
Now that we’ve reached the Sweet 16, books have posted odds on which region will produce the 2019 NCAA Tournament champion. The East with #1-overall seed Duke is the favorite, but another region looks like stronger value for bettors. Find out which.
Which conference will win the NCAA Tournament? The ACC has the the best odds thanks to putting five teams into the Sweet 16, including three #1 seeds (Duke, North Carolina, Virginia) plus #4 Va Tech and #4 Florida State. Can the SEC (4 teams) or Big Ten (3 teams) bring down the best conference in America?
As we enter the Sweet 16 of the 2019 NCAA Tournament, who are the best bets to win it all among the teams seeded below the No. 1s? MSU has the shortest odds at +100, while Kentucky (+1200) is dealing with an injury to PJ Washington.
Duke’s Zion Williamson is a heavy favorite to be named the MOP of the 2019 NCAA Tournament. Is there value at +350, or should bettors back a longshot like RJ Barrett or Cassius Winston? Remember to win the Final Four MOP, a team effectively has to win the National Championship.
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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).