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College basketball prediction

College basketball prediction



College basketball prediction

May 28th College Basketball news ... College basketball prediction was created to assist the college hoops gambler in cashing in from the preseason tournaments all the way through March Madness.

Welcome to collegebasketballprediction.com, the place with all of your college round ball information. Whether you are a casual bettor or a seasoned pro, this site is a must visit in order to gain an advantage over the “house”.

This site was created to assist the college hoops gambler in cashing in from the preseason tournaments all the way through March Madness. Be sure to log on daily for all of the latest information, news and tips during the college b-ball season.



College Basketball News

Journalists rip NBA for bias against small publications
2014-11-11

The league has quietly revoked floor access to photojournalists for smaller publications, saying theres not enough room. Three seasons ago, the NBA allowed 40 camera positions, but this season they are now allowing just 20, 10 on each baseline.

In a statement, Rod Thorn, the leagues president of operations, said the policy is about safety. Many of the incidents of contact between players and photographers are around the basket area, so we felt it made sense to increase the open area between the baskets and the first photographer to four feet.

But some African-American publication editors are upset.

The NBA is a plantation always has been and nothing has changed with this new policy, New York Amsterdam News editor Nayaba Arinde told The Post.

She and others said the NBA has made money off the backs of small, community newspapers and many of its players come from the communities they serve.

On Thursday, the NBA reached a compromise with three publications, including the Amsterdam News, which will be granted limited floor access during Knicks and Nets home games.


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2013-03-10

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NCAA Hoops: Illinois vs. Texas betting odds and preview
2010-11-18

Sportsbook.com Illinois vs. Texas betting lines: Texas +3.5, O/U 139.5

After disappointing 2009-10 campaigns, which included a one-and-done in the NCAA Tournament, and a third-round NIT loss, Texas and Illinois are on a mission to prove that last season was a speed bump, and this season will be the express lane that will take them deep into the big dance.

The Fighting Illini returned all five starters from last season’s team, are off to a 3-0 start and are showing several good signs early this season. The guard trio of Demetri McCamey, D.J. Richardson, and Brandon Paul are shooting a combined 47.4% from beyond the arc. Meanwhile, the Illini as a team is shooting over 54% FG on the season. Head coach Bruce Weber has been impressed with his team’s defense, as Illinois is holding its opponents to just 36% shooting from the field. On the interior of that defense, senior center Mike Tisdale is averaging 7.7 RPG to go with 2.3 BPG.

The college basketball betting crowd over at Sportsbook.com think Illinois is the way to bet as an overwhelming 92 percent of the cash is on the Illini.

Texas head coach Rick Barnes spent much of the offseason revamping the Longhorns’ offense. Now he has put that new offense in the hands of the new kids on the block in Austin, freshman point guard Cory Joseph and fellow freshman Tristan Thompson. In the November 10 victory over Louisiana Tech, Joseph had eight points, seven rebounds, four assists and four steals. Meanwhile, all Thompson did was tack on 17 points coming off the bench. Between the two freshmen, and sophomore Jordan Hamilton, who is averaging 22.5 PPG thru two games, the new offense seems to be working well.

Expect Texas to get a major test from the length of Tisdale, Mike Davis and the rest of the Illinois defense. In the backcourt, the challenge of the young Texas guards going against the experienced shooting trio of McCamey, Richardson and Paul from Illinois should be an equally intriguing match-up. Seeing it all play out on the Madison Square Garden stage will be a fitting backdrop for two teams who want nothing to do with returning to the Garden in March for that "other" postseason tournament.

To bet on this game or any other game on tonight’s college basketball betting board, head over to Sportsbook.com now.


CBB: Elite 8 Round Trends & Tidbits
2010-03-26

The Road to the Final Four has just one step remaining for eight lucky college basketball teams. A victory in the Elite 8 games on Saturday & Sunday will put four teams in Indianapolis for next weekend’s festivities. Who will it be though? Are there any trends or systems from past NCAA tournaments that will give us an idea of what to expect in the four games over the next two days? Of course there are, and we’re here to share some of those with you. After reading through the Elite 8 Trends & Tidbits, be sure to click over to the LIVE ODDS and GAME MATCHUPS pages on Sportsbook.com for the latest key game information.
* Lesser seeds hold an overall advantage in this round since 1998, going 29-17-2 ATS (63%).

* Since eight straight covers by lesser seeds in the Elite 8 round games of 2005 & 2006, better seeds, all #1’s, have gone 8-4 SU & 7-5 ATS.

* In Elite 8 games that have had pointspreads of 3-points or less, the lesser seeds are on an incredible run of 17-4 SU & 16-5 ATS (76%), including 13-3 SU & ATS as underdogs!

* Teams favored by 8-points or more in the quarterfinal round have lost just two of the last 12 games outright, but are just 3-9 ATS (25%).

* Teams seeded #4 or worse and taking on a better seed are on a 15-5 ATS (75%) run in the quarterfinal games.

* There has only been one upset in the Elite 8 round since ’98 when the difference between the seeds has been five or more. In such game, the better seeds are 12-1 SU but 4-8-1 ATS (33%).

* The Elite 8 round has been the highest scoring of any round over the last eight years, with games averaging a total of 147.5 PPG while going 28-15-1 OVER (65%).

* In games with totals less than 145, the OVER has been spectacular, 22-7 (76%). In games between “A” level conference teams, the OVER is 20-9 since ’99.

More Elite 8 Notes
• #1 Seed favs > 7 pts are 0-7 ATS vs foe off BB ATS wins

• #2 Seeds are 2-9-1 ATS off a DD ATS win

• #3 Seeds are 1-4 ATS

• #4 Seeds are 7-1 ATS

• #5 Seeds are 4-0 SU and ATS

• #6 Seeds are 0-6 SU

• #8 or higher seeds are 6-2-2 ATS

• Teams off BB ATS losses are 6-2 ATS

• Teams with Revenge are 12-4-1 ATS

• Favs who scored < 65 pts last game are 0-5 ATS

• Dogs off 3 straight DD wins are 1-4-1 ATS

• Dogs who scored 85 < pts last game are 1-4 ATS


CBB: NCAA Round Two Trends
2010-03-20

The NCAA tournament moves into the second round on Saturday and Sunday, as the field will be trimmed from 32 o 16 teams. Fans can only hope that this round offers up as many exciting games as the first round did. Bettors can follow the action all weekend long on the LIVE ODDS and GAME MATCHUPS pages of Sportsbook.com. For now though, be sure to give some consideration to these historical second round trends, straight from the 2010 StatFox College Basketball Tournament Handicapping Guide.
- There was only one upset last year in the second round, as the better seeds, all favored, went 15-1 SU & 11-5 ATS (69%). OVER the total was 12-4 (75%).
- Sunday is the more popular upset day of the opening weekend, with 36 of the 61 lower seed wins happening then. In fact, the worse seeds own a straight up record of 36-48 SU, or 42.9%. They are also 47-41 ATS, 53.0%.
- Double-digit favorites in the second round are on a he run of 23-0 SU & 17-6 ATS (74%) since ‘01.
- #1 seeds have really picked up the scoring in their second round games, going 28-15 OVER (65%) while scoring 80 PPG.
- #2 seed’s that win their opening round game are just 11-16 ATS (41%) in the second round. When favored by 6-points or less, they are just 6-14 ATS (30%) in their L20. Their last seven games have gone OVER the total.
- All eight #3 seeds have reached the Sweet 16 in the last two tournaments, boasting a 8-0 SU & 7-1 ATS record in Round Two. They are also 8-3-1 OVER the total since ’07 (73%).
- The #4 seeds should be on upset alert in the second round, with just a 16-18 SU & 11-23 ATS (32%) mark since ’98.
- Upset winners from the first round are just 4-11 ATS (27%) when trying to pull off another upset in the second round over the last two years.
- In second round games where a double-digit numbered seed has met one #6 or worse, the better seed is 9-0 SU & 8-0-1 ATS (100%) over the L10 years.