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Oregon vs. North Carolina NCAA Tournament Point Spread Pick from Jack Jones: April 1st 2017

| April 1, 2017

Oregon vs. North Carolina
NCAA Tournament Betting Pick: Oregon +5 (April 1st 2017)

The Oregon Ducks will be a matchup problem for the North Carolina Tar Heels today.  They have some of the best guards in the country, and they will certainly have an advantage there with Tyler Dorsey and Dillon Brooks leading the charge.

UNC has been fortunate to get by with a bang-up point guard in Joel Berry.  He actually injury both of his ankles within a 24-hour period against Kentucky and won’t be anywhere near 100 percent for this matchup.  They just aren’t as good without him being able to go balls to the wall.

A lot has been made about UNC’s size being its advantage, and that will be the case, but Oregon clearly doesn’t miss Chris Boucher as much as most think.  Jordan Bell has 11 points, 13 rebounds and eight blocks in a 74-60 win over Kansas in the Elite 8, and he has given them that interior presence they have needed in Boucher’s absence.

The Ducks are 11-2 ATS in their last 13 games as an underdog of 0.5-6.5 points.  Oregon is 6-1 ATS in its last seven NCAA Tournament games as an underdog.  The Ducks are 38-16 ATS in their last 54 games as an underdog overall.  The Tar Heels are 1-3-1 ATS in their last 5 games as a favorite of 0.5-6.5 points.  Bet Oregon Saturday.

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Xavier Musketeers vs. Gonzaga Bulldogs NCAA Tournament Pick from AAA Sports: March 25th 2017

| March 25, 2017

Xavier Musketeers vs. Gonzaga Bulldogs
NCAA Tournament Pick: Gonzaga -8 points (March 25th 2017)

Gonzaga looks to punch its ticket to the Final Four and make it to the Championship game for the first time in school history. The Bulldogs haven’t been steam-rolling opponents like many predicted that they would, but they’ve been methodical in their attack and their defense has been “on point.” Xavier looks poised for a letdown here though after its big upset of Arizona in the Sweet 16, somehow managing a way to victory despite losing the rebounding battle 35-27 and missing 5 of its 16 free throw attempts.

Gonzaga held WVU to just 26.7 percent from the floor and only 5 of 23 from range. Nigel Williams-Goss also had an “off” night, finishing with only ten points and seven boards (normally averages 16.8 and 5.8 respectively). Suffice it to say, we’re expecting Goss and the BULLDOGS to get back on track offensively, to continue their dominant defensive play and to find a way to get the job done at the end of the night. Consider laying the points in this one.

Wisconsin Badgers vs. Florida Gators NCAA Tournament Betting Pick from AAA Sports: March 24th 2017

| March 23, 2017

Wisconsin Badgers vs. Florida Gators
NCAA Tournament Betting Pick: Wisconsin +2 (March 24th 2017)

Wisconsin has defeated Virginia Tech and Villanova to reach the round of 16, while Florida got by East Tennessee State and Virgnia. The Badgers only average 72.1 PPG, but they make up for it on the defensive end in allowing just 61.8 per contest (ranked 11th in the nation). Florida averages 77.9 PPG and allows 65.7. Note though that Wisconsin is 7-1 ATS in its last eight non-conference games and 4-1 ATS in its last five against teams with a win percentage above .600, while Florida is just 1-4 ATS in its last five following an ATS victory. Clearly these are two very evenly matched teams, but at this point of the Tournament, it’s all about momentum and we think the Badgers have that factor firmly on their side after beating the defending champs. Florida leading scorer KeVaughn Allen has gone just 3 for 21 over his last two games, which doesn’t bode well in facing Wisconsin’s red hot seniors in Bronson Koenig and Nigel Hayes. Consider a second look at the BADGERS on Friday night.