Odds to win NCAA Tournament – 2018
We love College Basketball, and we love the NCAA Tournament. The end of the regular season is right around the corner, and there are going to be some fantastic regular season games, and then conference tournament action. But, one thing that we want to get to you is future bets to win the NCAA Basketball National Title. Let’s take a look at the best odds to win the 2018 NCAA title.
Michigan State Spartans 9/2:
The Michigan State Spartans are still one of the favorites to win the NCAA Basketball tournament. Tom Izzo has been under fire for a couple weeks with some issues going on at the University. This team is still really good, and have one of the most talented players in all of College Basketball. The Spartans have Miles Bridges, and they have some great pieces around him. The Spartans are contending at the top of the Big Ten, and have always been a tough team to beat in the tournament.
Villanova Wildcats 9/2:
This is a team that has emerged into a great power this season. The Wildcats are a year removed from winning a national title, and have several pieces involved with that team. The Wildcats have just one loss this season, and hte offense are tough to defend. Look for Villanova to shoot lights out in the tournament, and be quite a tough team to take down, as possibly the top overall seed in the tournament.
Duke Blue Devils 6/1:
Despite some of their struggles, Duke is third in the odds to win the national title. The Blue Devils are ahead of Virginia, who beat them earlier this season. The Blue Devils have question marks on the defensive side, and are still young. The talent is there. If the NCAA Tournament was won on talent alone, the Blue Devils would be the run away champions.
Purdue Boilermakers 7/1:
Matt Painter and his Boilermakers are absolutely on fire, and are a win over Ohio State away from taking down the regular season crown in the Big Ten. The Boilermakers can shoot the outside shot, and can also pound the basketball in the pain. Purdue is a great defensive team, which makes them a great candidate to go all the way when the tournament arrives.
Virginia Cavaliers 7/1:
Just like the Duke Blue Devils had some question marks on the defensive side, the Virginia Cavaliers have the same questions on the offensive side. So far this season, Tony Bennett and his team have gotten through that without too much of a problem. The Cavaliers are going to be battle tested, but when you struggle to score, your chances go down in a win or go home type situation.
Arizona Wildcats 16/1:
One of the teams that were favorites at the beginning of the season are still around. Sean Miller and his Wildcats started a little slow, but they have been red hot since. The Wildcats are the best team out of the Pac-12, and can move the basketball up and down the court nearly as quick as any team in the nation. The Wildcats have decent value on their odds to win it all.
Kansas Jayhawks 16/1:
It’s not the best team that Bill Self has coached at Kansas, but they are still right there. This is a team that can shoot the basketball as well as anyone. Guards win big games, and the Jayhawks guards are talented. It will be interesting to see if Kansas can take down their 14th straight Big 12 title before the tournament begins.
Oklahoma Sooners 18/1:
Trae Young is really good. The guy can shoot, the guy can pass, and he is likely the player of the year in College Basketball. But, do the Sooners have enough around Young to go take down 6 wins in the NCAA Tournament?
Kentucky Wildcats 20/1:
The Kentucky Wildcats are young – again. But, this is a talented basketball team. Coach John Calipari has said he thinks his team has the most upside of any team in the nation. The Wildcats are likely not going to win the SEC, but this is a team that can emerge with several tournament wins come March.
There is a look at the 2018 NCAA Basketball Title. We look forward to the NCAA Basketball tournament, and the action within March Madness. Best of luck with all your College Basketball betting for future bets, and individual games. Enjoy all your US sports betting.