March Madness 2022 Odds: Small Conference Tournaments, updated Men’s and Women’s NCAA Tournament

For the first time in men’s college basketball history, this past weekend saw the Top 6 teams in the AP Poll all lose on the same day.

Saint Mary’s defeated top-ranked Gonzaga, No. 2 Arizona lost to unranked Colorado, Tennessee toppled No. 3 Auburn, Michigan State beat No. 4 Purdue, fifth-ranked Kansas excusably lost to top-10 Baylor and No. 6 Kentucky was beaten by Arkansas. 

Needless to say, the madness of March is already upon us.

SportsBetting  has updated its odds for the men’s and women’s NCAA Tournaments, as well as the Wooden Award recipient, where Kentucky’s Oscar Tshiebwe is a heavy favorite.

Additionally, conference tournament odds for the Atlanta Sun, Big South, Horizon, Ohio Valley, Missouri Valley, Patriot, Sun Belt, Summit and West Coast leagues are also below.

NCAA Men’s Tournament

Gonzaga                      +400

Kentucky                     +650

Arizona                        +775

Duke                            +1000

Auburn                        +1200

Kansas                         +1200

Purdue                        +1200

Baylor                          +1400

Villanova                     +1800

Texas Tech                  +2200

Illinois                          +2500

UCLA                           +2500

Arkansas                     +3300

Houston                      +3300

Tennessee                   +3500

Connecticut                +5500

Alabama                      +6600

Ohio State                   +6600

Providence                  +6600

Texas                           +6600

St Marys CA                +7500

Iowa                            +8000

LSU                              +8000

Michigan State            +10000

USC                             +10000

Wisconsin                   +10000

Marquette                  +12500

Loyola Chicago            +15000

Memphis                     +15000

Michigan                     +15000

Seton Hall                   +15000

Xavier                          +15000

Iowa State                   +17500

Notre Dame                +17500

Oregon                        +17500

Boise State                  +20000

Miami FL                     +20000

North Carolina            +20000

Rutgers                        +20000

San Diego State           +20000

San Francisco              +20000

Wake Forest                +20000

BYU                             +25000

Colorado State            +25000

Davidson                     +25000

Florida                         +25000

SMU                            +25000

TCU                             +25000

Virginia                        +25000

Colorado                     +30000

Oklahoma                   +30000

St. Louis                       +30000

Virginia Tech               +30000

Belmont                      +40000

Creighton                    +40000

Indiana                        +40000

UAB                             +40000

VCU                             +40000

Washington State       +40000

Dayton                        +50000

Drake                          +50000

Florida State               +50000

Mississippi State         +50000

St. Bonaventure          +50000

NCAA Women’s Tournament 

South Carolina            +160

Stanford                      +550

Connecticut                +650

North Carolina State   +750

Louisville                     +800

Baylor                          +2500

Iowa State                   +2500

Tennessee                   +2500

Arizona                        +2800

North Carolina            +3300

Texas                           +3300

Maryland                    +4000

Michigan                     +4000

Indiana                        +5000

Iowa                            +5000

LSU                              +5000

Oklahoma                   +5000

Oregon                        +5000

Ohio State                   +8000

Georgia                       +10000

Georgia Tech               +10000

Notre Dame                +10000

Wooden Award

Oscar Tshiebwe          -400

Johnny Davis               +800

Keegan Murray           +1000

Kofi Cockburn             +1000

Ochai Agbaji                +1400

Atlantic Sun Conference Tournament

Liberty                         +130

Jacksonville State        +175

Jacksonville                 +500

Bellamine                    +1400

Florida Gulf Coast       +1400

Kennesaw State          +2500

Lipscomb                     +5000

North Alabama           +5000

Eastern Kentucky        +6600

North Florida              +10000

Stetson                        +10000

Central Arkansas         +15000

Big South Conference Tournament

Longwood                   +150

Winthrop                    +200

Gardner-Webb            +500

UNC Asheville             +700

Campbell                     +1400

High Point                   +2500

SC Upstate                  +2500

Radford                       +6600

North Carolina A&T    +7500

Presbyterian               +15000

Charleston Southern   +50000

Hampton                     +50000

Horizon League Conference Tournament

Cleveland State           +200

Wright State               +375

Purdue Fort Wayne    +400

Northern Kentucky     +425

Oakland                       +550

Detroit Mercy             +1400

Youngstown State       +2500

UIC                              +4000

Milwaukee                  +30000

Robert Morris             +30000

Green Bay                   +50000

IUPUI                           +50000

Ohio Valley Conference Tournament

Murray State               -180

Belmont                      +190

Morehead State          +750

SE Missouri State        +2000

Tennessee State         +4000

Tennessee Tech          +8000

Austin Peay                 +15000

SIU Edwardsville         +50000

Missouri Valley Conference Tournament

Loyola Chicago            +140

Missouri State             +300

Northern Iowa            +450

Drake                          +500

Bradley                        +800

Southern Illinois          +1800

Illinois State                +10000

Indiana State               +10000

Valparaiso                   +10000

Evansville                    +50000

Patriot League Conference Tournament

Colgate                        -220

Navy                            +350

Boston University       +550

Loyola (MD)                +1800

Army                           +3300

Lehigh                         +3300

Lafayette                     +5000

American University   +50000

Bucknell                      +50000

Holy Cross                   +50000

Sun Belt Conference Tournament

Texas State                  +275

Georgia State              +375

South Alabama           +375

Appalachian State       +525

Coastal Carolina          +900

Troy                             +900

Arkansas State            +1800

Louisiana                     +1800

UT Arlington               +3300

Georgia Southern       +10000

UL Monroe                  +10000

Little Rock                   +30000

Summit League Conference Tournament

South Dakota State     -175

North Dakota State     +400

Oral Roberts                +500

Kansas City                  +1200

South Dakota              +1600

Western Illinois           +2000

Denver                        +10000

Omaha                        +50000

West Coast Conference Tournament 

Gonzaga                      -400

Saint Mary’s                +400

San Francisco              +1200

Santa Clara                  +1200

BYU                             +3300

Loyola Marymount     +25000

Portland                      +25000

San Diego                    +30000

Pacific                          +50000

Pepperdine                 +50000 is the place to go for all conference tournament picks.      

Sweat Barometer: Top College Basketball Teams to Bet on and Against

It is NBA All-Star weekend. As Joe Duffy is thriving in another winning season, at levels only he has ever achieved in NBA, let’s focus on the so-called sweat barometer in college basketball. It is the ATS standings of which teams have been the best to bet on and against. 

Let’s start out with the top teams in the 2021-22 betting season. Though Middle Tennessee State and Jacksonville have the best ATS records in the country, each at 17-5 with MTSU also having a push, neither is in the top 5 in terms of ATS margin. In fact, Howard, despite a losing spread record at 9-10-1, has covered by an average of 4.7 points per game, higher than the two 17-5 squads. Howard has had a wild betting season, twice failing to cover by double-digits, yet four times covering by at least 24.5.

Team       ATS Record                                           ATS margin
Maryland Eastern Shore11-5-14.7
Middle Tennessee State17-5-14.4

Now to the top teams to fade.

Team       ATS Record                                           ATS margin
Morgan State4-12-6.4
Oregon State6-17-1-5.6
Southern Mississippi 9-14-4.8

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All star NBA Weekend odds; Team Durant vs. Team LeBron, Props, MVP 3-Point Contest

The NBA All-Star Game festivities descend upon Cleveland this weekend, and there is sure to be plenty of fun on and off the court. 

Below are the most recent ASG odds from SportsBetting, covering the game, the slam dunk and 3-point contests, the challenges and finally, MVP.

So far, Jalen Green and Luke Kennard have attracted the most attention from bettors for the dunk and 3-point contests, respectively.

All-Star Game

Team Durant +5.5

Team LeBron -5.5

Over/Under 320.5

Slam Dunk Contest

Jalen Green                 +140

Obi Toppin                  +200

Cole Anthony              +350

J. Toscano-Anderson  +550

3-Point Contest

Patty Mills                   +425

Trae Young                  +425

Fred VanVleet             +450

Desmond Bane           +500

Luke Kennard              +500

Zach Lavine                 +800

CJ McCollum               +1100

Karl-Anthony Towns   +1400

Skills Challenge

Team Rookies (Barnes/Cunningham/Giddey)            -155

Team Cavs (Garland/Allen/Mobley)                           +225

Team Antetokounmpo (Giannis/Alex/Thanasis)        +375

Rising Stars Challenge 

Team Isiah                   +200

Team Barry                 +225

Team Worthy              +300

Team Payton               +325

All-Star Game MVP

G. Antetokounmpo     +400

LeBron James              +500

Joel Embiid                  +600

Ja Morant                    +700

Stephen Curry             +800

Luka Doncic                 +1200

DeMar DeRozan          +1400

Darius Garland            +1600

Nikola Jokic                 +1800

Jayson Tatum              +2000

Trae Young                  +2500

Fred VanVleet             +3300

Jimmy Butler               +3300

Chris Paul                    +4000

Donovan Mitchell       +4000

Jarrett Allen                +4500

Rudy Gobert               +5000

Zach LaVine                 +5000

Andrew Wiggins         +6600

Karl-Anthony Towns   +7500

Dejounte Murray        +8000

Khris Middleton          +8000

Bet at SportsBetting and of course get the best sports picks at     

No Respect? Neither Rams Nor Bengals Among Top 2 FavoriTes for 2023 Super Bowl

With one more NFL championship in the books, it’s time to look ahead to next season’s Super Bowl odds.

SportsBetting released title odds following Sunday’s game, and the two teams most perceive as the league’s best, now that Tom Brady has retired, top the list.

The Rams, who will be defending their title, come in third with +1000 odds while the Bengals are fourth on the board at +1200.

Two fabled NFC franchises, the Cowboys and Niners, round out the Top 5, respectively.

This odds will be updated throughout the offseason as the quarterbacks carousel (controversies) gets rolling at SportsBetting    

Super Bowl LVII Odds

Kansas City Chiefs                   +700

Buffalo Bills                             +750

Los Angeles Rams                   +1000

Cincinnati Bengals                  +1200

Dallas Cowboys                       +1400

San Francisco 49ers                +1400

Green Bay Packers                  +1600

Denver Broncos                      +1800

Baltimore Ravens                    +2000

Arizona Cardinals                    +2200

Los Angeles Chargers              +2200

Tennessee Titans                    +2200

Indianapolis Colts                   +2500

New England Patriots             +2500

Tampa Bay Buccaneers           +2500

Cleveland Browns                   +3300

Seattle Seahawks                    +3300

Miami Dolphins                      +4000

Minnesota Vikings                  +4000

New Orleans Saints                 +4000

Philadelphia Eagles                 +4000

Atlanta Falcons                       +5000

Las Vegas Raiders                   +5000

Pittsburgh Steelers                 +5000

Washington Commanders      +5000

Carolina Panthers                   +6000

Chicago Bears                         +8000

Jacksonville Jaguars                +10000

New York Giants                     +10000

New York Jets                         +12500

Detroit Lions                           +15000

Houston Texans                      +15000

Rams vs. Bengals Betting Splits Crazy on the Super Bowl Total

The Rams vs. Bengals Super Bowl LVI gets underway after 6:30 ET. The current line at MyBookie has the Rams -4 with a total of 48.5. At Bovada the moneyline is -185, obviously with Los Angeles as the chalk. The openers at Betonline, the home of the opening line saw LA -3.5 and 49.5, laying -190 to win outright. 

Currently 58 percent of bets and 74 percent of money is on the Rams to cover. Though the public generally prefers favorites, they often tend to bet underdogs in postseason. However, with “everyone” betting on the Super Bowl, the chalk is generally the public play. 

Dichotomous splits are on the total with 66 percent of bets on the over, yet 68 percent of cash on the under. The moneyline sees 72 and 61 percent on the Rams. Sizzling and super talented NFL betting legend Joe Duffy has easily the strongest bet on the side, Stevie Vincent on the total, plus tons of prop bets at

Harden-Simmons Trade, Small Odds Shift For Nets, Massive For Sixers

James Harden is headed to Philadelphia in exchange for Ben Simmons and a couple of first-round draft picks.

It’s a massive deadline day trade for both squads, and the swap has somewhat shifted the NBA Finals futures.

SportsBetting updated its title odds and Philadelphia has seen its championship chances slashed in half, if you want to gamble on sports or other things.

The 76ers had 14-1 odds before the trade, and now they are down to 7-1.

Brooklyn’s odds barely moved as they went from 4-1 to 5-1.

Golden State was the favorite yesterday and the Warriors remain in the driver’s seat following the trade.

Current NBA Championship odds can be seen at SportsBetting

Golden State Warriors            4-1

Brooklyn Nets                         5-1

Phoenix Suns                          5-1

Milwaukee Bucks                    7-1

Philadelphia 76ers                  7-1

Miami Heat                             12-1

Utah Jazz                                 14-1

Los Angeles Lakers                  22-1

Chicago Bulls                           28-1

Memphis Grizzlies                  28-1

Denver Nuggets                      35-1

Boston Celtics                         45-1

Cleveland Cavaliers                 50-1

Dallas Mavericks                     50-1

Atlanta Hawks                         66-1

Los Angeles Clippers               66-1

Toronto Raptors                     80-1

Charlotte Hornets                   125-1

Minnesota Timberwolves       125-1

New York Knicks                     200-1

New Orleans Pelicans             250-1

Portland Trail Blazers              300-1

Washington Wizards              300-1

San Antonio Spurs                  400-1

Sacramento Kings                   500-1

Indiana Pacers                        1000-1

Oklahoma City Thunder          2500-1

Houston Rockets                     3000-1

Detroit Pistons                        4000-1

Orlando Magic                        4000-1

Superstar capper Joe Duffy dominating NBA again at