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Printable NIT Tournament Bracket for 2015

March 17th, 2015 by Lou Palumbo (Head Columnist) | Posted in NCAA Basketball   Comments Off on Printable NIT Tournament Bracket for 2015
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NIT Tournament Bracket

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Did your favorite college hoops team get snubbed from the NCAA tournament?  Or, are you just a total fanatic when it comes to all college basketball?  Whatever the reason you may be looking to follow the 2015 NIT Tournament, you are likely to need access to an printable bracket that is updated often.  If you are a handicapper or betting enthusiast of college basketball, you may want to see the current odds to win the NIT tournament for 2015.  If you are just looking for a printable NIT bracket for the 2015 National Invitational Tournament, use the link to the left (click on the image of the mini-bracket) for direct access to a regularly-updated, ad-free, N.I.T. tournament bracket that is ready for easy printing.  Also, below you will find the current odds to win the 2015 NIT prior to the first round games, which we will update as often as possible (at least before each round).  These 2015 NIT Tournament odds are from 5 Dimes Sportsbook, which is an online book that we at Bankroll Sports feel offers the very best in future odds options, as we all the very best odds for betting future odds in all sports.
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2014 Sweet 16 Odds (Friday) – NCAA Tournament Lines Friday, 3/28/2014

March 28th, 2014 by Lou Palumbo (Head Columnist) | Posted in General Handicapping, NCAA Basketball   Comments Off on 2014 Sweet 16 Odds (Friday) – NCAA Tournament Lines Friday, 3/28/2014
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Sweet 16 Lines & Odds Previews For Friday, March 28, 2014:

Midwest Sweet 16 Games, Lucas Oil Stadium (Indianapolis, IN)


(11) Tennessee Volunteers
(2) Michigan Wolverines

Midwest Sweet 16 Line: Michigan -2.5
Midwest Sweet 16 Total (Over/Under): 132
Midwest Sweet 16 Game Tip Off: 7:15pm (EST)
TV Network: TBS
The Tennessee Volunteers have made most of their opportunity, winning over 8 Kentucky Wildcats vs. 4 Louisville Cardinals (-4.5, 139) 9:45 PM EST Iowa in the first round play-in game. Now they’re in the sweet 16, and will face an experienced Michigan squad that is trying to get to the final four for the second straight year. The Volunteers are playing some great defense, but will be tested by the great shooting of the Wolverines.

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(7) Connecticut Huskies
(3) Iowa State Cyclones

Midwest Sweet 16 Game Spread: Iowa State -2
Midwest Sweet 16 Total (Over/Under): 146
Midwest Sweet 16 Gametime: 7:25 PM EST
TV Network: CBS
The Louisville Cardinals and Kentucky Wildcats lock horns in Indianapolis, renewing their in-state rivalry. Kentucky defeated Louisville back in late December, yet there’s no doubt these teams are playing at a higher level now. Kentucky knocked off the undefeated Wichita State Shockers in what many feel was the most exciting game thus far in the tournament, while Louisville dispatched of St. Louis in rather convincing fashion.

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East Region Sweet 16 Games, Madison Square Garden (New York, NY)

(7) Connecticut Huskies
(3) Iowa State Cyclones 

East Sweet 16 Line: Iowa State -2
Midwest Sweet 16 Total (Over/Under): 146
Midwest Sweet 16 Game Tip Off: 7
:25pm (EST)

TV Network: CBS
Two former teammates will be opposing coaches on Friday evening. Fred Hoiberg and Kevin Ollie were teammates in Chicago back in 2001, now they will try to get their respective teams to the elite 8. Connecticut guard Shabazz Napier and Iowa State guard DeAndre Kane should be one of the more entertaining one on one matchups to watch.

(4) Michigan State Spartans
(1) Virginia Cavaliers 

East Sweet 16 Line: Virginia -1 @ JustBet
Midwest Sweet 16 Total (Over/Under): 126
Midwest Sweet 16 Game Tip Off: 
9:55pm (EST)

TV Network: TBS
The Michigan State Spartans take on the Virginia Cavaliers in what could be one of the better matchups on Friday. The Spartans have been on a mission since getting all of their starters healthy, and face a Virginia defense that is allowing just 55.5 ppg, tops in the nation. It should be a great matchup of Adreian Payne, Gary Harris and the scoring threats of the Spartans against Virginia’s pack-line defense.

2013 NCAA Tournament Odds, College Basketball Picks & Tips

April 7th, 2013 by Adam Markowitz (Bankroll Sports Columnist) | Posted in NCAA Basketball   1 Comment »
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March MadnessJust two teams are left standing in the chase to pick up college basketball’s most illustrious award. Don’t miss all of the action on the March Madness betting lines for the one final game of the year, and here at Bankroll Sports, we’re giving you the inside edge for which one of these two dynamite teams you should be backing on the National Championship Game odds.

5Dimes College BasketballThe Michigan Wolverines (March Madness Odds: 1.65 to 1 @ 5Dimes Sportsbook) has shocked the world out of the No. 4 seed in the South Region to not just make it to the Final Four, but to ultimately win the National Semifinals as well. We have continually said that this is a touched team, and we are sticking by that logic in the National Championship Game as well. This is the toughest test that the team has faced all season long, though. For as great as teams like Ohio State, Wisconsin, Michigan State, Illinois, and Minnesota really were this year, Louisville is the best team that the Wolverines will be challenged by. The hope is that Big Blue doesn’t fall by the wayside the same way that Iowa did against Baylor in the NIT Final earlier this week. What we will say about Michigan though, is that it does have the best player that is going to be on the court. G Trey Burke didn’t play all that well against the Syracuse Orange, but he had some help from his friends. The Wooden Award winner is joined in the backcourt by the talented G Tim Hardaway Jr. and the streaky G Nik Stauskas. F Glenn Robinson III has done a remarkable job in this tournament, but the real man of the hour has been F Mitch McGary, who has averaged 16.0 points and 11.6 rebounds per game after averaging under seven points and under six rebounds per game in the regular season.

List Of NCAA Tournament Basketball National Champions (Since 2000)
2012 NCAA Tournament Champions: Kentucky Wildcats
2011 NCAA Tournament Champions: Connecticut Huskies
2010 NCAA Tournament Champions: Duke Blue Devils
2009 NCAA Tournament Champions: North Carolina Tar Heels
2008 NCAA Tournament Champions: Kansas Jayhawks
2007 NCAA Tournament Champions: Florida Gators
2006 NCAA Tournament Champions: Florida Gators
2005 NCAA Tournament Champions: North Carolina Tar Heels
2004 NCAA Tournament Champions: Connecticut Huskies
2003 NCAA Tournament Champions: Syracuse Orange
2002 NCAA Tournament Champions: Maryland Terrapins
2001 NCAA Tournament Champions: Duke Blue Devils
2000 NCAA Tournament Champions: Michigan State Spartans

The Louisville Cardinals (Odds To Win National Championship: 1 to 1.75 @ 5Dimes Sportsbook) are the team to beat for sure. Though they did have a tough time with the Wichita State Shockers in the Final Four on Saturday, they have definitively been the toughest team in America to knock off for the mass majority of the season. Ironically, there is only one player, G Russ Smith that is averaging double digits in scoring per game for Head Coach Rick Pitino, but that doesn’t make the team any less talented. C Gorgui Dieng usually doesn’t have a man that can match his combination of size and strength on the inside, while G Peyton Siva has a leadership quality that isn’t able to be taught even in the best practices. F Chane Behanan has been relatively quiet in this tournament, but though he has really not done all that much, F Luke Hancock became a star instantaneously when he scored 20 points against the Shockers. Head Coach Rick Pitino is the master of getting the most out of his team, and Louisville has been the bona fide favorite on the odds to win the National Championship for the duration of this tournament. If Louisville were to win it all on Monday, it would be just the third time in the history of the dance that the No. 1 overall seed went on to claim glory at cut down the nets at the Final Four.

2013 Odds To Win NCAA Tournament @ 5Dimes Sportsbook (as of 4/7/13):
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Louisville Cardinals Win NCAA Championship -175
Michigan Wolverines Win NCAA Championship +165

Louisville Cardinals -3.5
Michigan Wolverines +3.5
Over/Under 138

2013 College Basketball National Championship Odds @ JustBet Sportsbook (as of 4/7/13):
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Louisville Cardinals -185
Michigan Wolverines +165

Louisville Cardinals -4
Michigan Wolverines +4
Over/Under 137.5

2013 BracketBusters Schedule & Matchups, Plus Free CBB Picks

February 21st, 2013 by Adam Markowitz (Bankroll Sports Columnist) | Posted in NCAA Basketball   Comments Off on 2013 BracketBusters Schedule & Matchups, Plus Free CBB Picks
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BracketBustersTrying to make BracketBusters picks is always one of the toughest things to do of the season, as some of the top schools from the non-Big Six conferences engage in battle and they are tough to pit against each other. Check out the 2013 BracketBusters Schedule, along with the college basketball schedule on TV for this awesome event, as well as the most important college basketball matchups to watch out for as we head towards BracketBusters weekend.

North Dakota State @ Akron
(Friday 2/22, 7:00 p.m. ET, ESPN2)
Neither the Bison nor the Zips are likely to get into the NCAA Tournament without their conference title in tow, which is a shame. We truly believe that these are both amongst the Top 50 teams in America. The Zips have a lot more to prove here, having to play at home for BracketBusters, and they are going to be the team to focus on. The MAC has had a good history in the NCAA Tournament of late, and this is a team that you are going to want to learn a thing or two about come March.

Stephen F. Austin Lumberjacks @ Long Beach State 49ers
Friday 2/22, 9:00 p.m. ET, ESPNU)
This is an unfortunate matchup for the Lumberjacks. Had they picked up a massive matchup against a team like St. Mary’s, this could have suddenly become a team to watch out for as an at large bid to the dance. At 21-3, this is a team that has a chance to really make a great run in March out of the Southland, but in all likelihood, this is a game that the team will really want to win. LBSU has a chance to win the Big West this year, but this is a conference that isn’t nearly as good this time around as it has been in years past.

Iona Gaels @ Indiana State Sycamores
Saturday 2/23, 11:00 a.m. ET, ESPNU)
The Sycamores are right there on the cut line right now for the NCAA Tournament, and they really can’t be happy about this matchup. Iona is a high flying team that has the ability to take down anyone in America, but in the end, a victory will only look so-so, and a loss would look devastating. The whole Metro Atlantic is down this year, so don’t think that just because Iona made the dance last year as an at large team means that it is going to be the better side in this one. The Sycamores will be heavily favored on the college basketball odds and should win the game.

Detroit Titans @ Wichita State Shockers
Saturday 2/23, 4:00 p.m. ET, ESPN/ESPN2
All eyes have been on Valpo in the Horizon League, but after winning on the road at the Crusaders on Saturday, the resume for Detroit isn’t all that bad. Remember that the team does have a win over Akron and several close calls against teams like Valpo (the first time around), Syracuse, and St. John’s. It’s a shame that none of those games turned out to be wins, because this would be a serious at large contender if that turned out to be the case. Wichita State is the better of these two teams, but the Missouri Valley is a tough conference that has bred some very good teams over the years. The Shockers are going to have their hands full and they know it. The difference is that there is no doubt whatsoever that they are going to ultimately be dancing.

Creighton Blue Jays @ St. Mary’s Gaels
Saturday 2/23, 6:00 p.m. ET, ESPN/ESPN2
Here’s the game that is the big daddy of them all. The Gaels were given a tremendous gift by getting a home game against the Blue Jays, as this win could make up for the team’s deficiencies against Gonzaga in two meetings thus far on the season. In the event that the high flying Gaels get this one, they will be in the dance in all likelihood regardless of what happens in the WCC Tournament. Creighton doesn’t need this game for the sake of dancing, but it would be really nice if the club ultimately had a win like this one to try to stay on the Top 5 lines of the bracket when push comes to shove.

Ohio Bobcats @ Belmont Bruins
Saturday 2/23, 10:00 p.m. ET, ESPN2
Ohio’s survival win over Kent State at least keeps it in the at large discussion, and if this is a game that turns out to be won, bubble dwellers are going to be a little concerned. The Bobcats have a respectable resume, but no real powerhouse wins to show for their work this year. Win this one and get Akron next week, and this could be a team to watch. Belmont though, is largely looked upon as one of the best non-Big Six schools in the game. The Bruins have a tremendously efficient offense, scoring 77.1 points per game, and they really cannot afford another slip in this one after losing to both Tennessee State and Murray State in a matter of just seven days. The Bruins might be on the right side of the bubble right now even without the OVC crown, but getting this one is a must if that is going to stay the case.

2012 Maui Invitational Odds, Picks, Predictions & Tournament Preview

November 19th, 2012 by Adam Markowitz (Bankroll Sports Columnist) | Posted in NCAA Basketball   Comments Off on 2012 Maui Invitational Odds, Picks, Predictions & Tournament Preview
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2012 Maui InvitationalThe 2012 Maui Invitational field and schedule are set, and here at Bankroll Sports, we are going to be taking a look at all eight teams to determine which one is going to be the 2012 Maui Invitational winner. Don’t miss all of the hot college basketball odds for this tremendous preseason college basketball event!

North Carolina Tar Heels (1.50 to 1 @ WagerWeb Sportsbook): The Tar Heels are the most talented team in this tournament, but that doesn’t necessarily mean much. Head Coach Roy Williams is going to be a man on a mission to get this team to the Final Four again this year, but save for James Michael McAdoo and Reggie Bullock, the rest of the team doesn’t feel cohesive quite yet. We do like the idea of G Dexter Strickland back running the point, and he should get his legs underneath him once again here in Maui after missing the end of last year injured.

Texas Longhorns (1.75 to 1 @ WagerWeb Sportsbook): If the Longhorns’ 55-53 win over the Fresno State Bulldogs didn’t send up any smoke signals to you, perhaps it should have. Texas doesn’t have Myck Kabongo at this point, and that really leaves a massive scoring hole. Freshman Javan Felix is going to have to grow up in a hurry for the Longhorns to succeed here in Maui, because Sheldon McClellan isn’t going to be able to do everything himself.

Illinois Fighting Illini (3 to 1 @ WagerWeb Sportsbook): Head Coach John Groce knows that he has a team that has a lot of work to do to get into the NCAA Tournament this year. DJ Richardson and Brandon Paul could lead the way this year for a team that has a lot of promise, but not necessarily a heck of a lot of results. The Illini have played sloppy thus far this year and have to be concerned coming to Maui.

Marquette Golden Eagles (5 to 1 @ WagerWeb Sportsbook): Gone are both Jae Crowder and Darius Johnson-Odom, but we still like the combination of what the Golden Eagles have to work with. Jamil Wilson had a big first game, and Davante Gardner and Vander Blue should take over as the faces of this program. If there’s a bust out coming soon, this is the time for it in Maui against some great clubs.


Butler Bulldogs (8 to 1 @ WagerWeb Sportsbook): Head Coach Brad Stevens knows that this is a team that has the potential to be quite special. In his first game with his new team, Rotnei Clarke went off for 21 points, and he is clearly going to be the scoring threat that this team needs to shine during the A-10 season. This is a dangerous club with a history of taking down some giants, so don’t count out the Dogs.

USC Trojans (8 to 1 @ WagerWeb Sportsbook): USC has a relatively short travel schedule in comparison to a number of the other teams here in Maui, and it is going to try to prove that an injury riddled year last year is in the past, and the squad can work towards the NCAA Tournament in 2012. Aaron Fuller should lead the way for this team, which might be in for some surprising results, though we don’t think that the Men of Troy could seriously win the Maui Invitational.

Mississippi State Bulldogs (12 to 1 @ WagerWeb Sportsbook): MSU knows that it is in trouble this year, and there is a good chance that it finishes last amongst the serious contenders here in Maui. An opening loss at Troy made the Bulldogs the only team in the SEC to not start off the campaign at 1-0. There just isn’t enough offense here to make this team a contender.

Chaminade Silverswords (500 to 1 @ WagerWeb Sportsbook): Of course, Chaminade has no chance whatsoever of winning this tournament, and just the fact that there are odds posted is comical. The Silverswords did win a game in the 2010 tournament, but that didn’t take place until the 7th place game. Aside from that, there aren’t any wins for the hosts since 2007, another seventh place game victory.

2012 Maui Invitational Odds @ WagerWeb Sportsbook (as of 11/11/12):
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Butler Bulldogs 8 to 1
Chaminade Silverswords 500 to 1
Illinois Fighting Illini 3 to 1
Marquette Golden Eagles 5 to 1
Mississippi State Bulldogs 12 to 1
North Carolina Tar Heels 1.50 to 1
Texas Longhorns 1.75 to 1
USC Trojans 8 to 1