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2013-03-10

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UCLA BRUINS (3-2, 3-1 ATS) at KANSAS JAYHAWKS (6-0, 3-1 ATS) Big 12/Pac-10 Hardwood Series
2010-12-02

Sportsbook.com using Kansas -16.5

Two legendary programs, one dynamic college basketball setting, history, tradition. That is about all that undefeated Kansas (6-0) and UCLA (3-2) will have in common when they take the court Thursday night in Allen Fieldhouse. The Jayhawks bring a nation-best, 64-game home winning streak into play, and the Bruins will be about as welcome in Lawrence as LeBron James will be welcome Thursday night in Cleveland.
Kansas has been clicking on all cylinders, and they have yet to add top recruit Josh Selby to the rotation. The NCAA ruled recently that Selby can play beginning on December 18. So far without Selby, Kansas is shooting a Division I best 57.8% from the field. Their average margin of victory (35.3 PPG) is also tops in the nation. As a team, they are averaging 22 assists per game. The Morris brothers have been outstanding so far. Marcus Morris leads the team in scoring at 19 PPG, while brother Markieff is averaging 12.3 PPG and a team-high 9.5 RPG. Tyshawn Taylor has been stellar so far at the point, averaging a team high 7.2 APG to complement his 9.2 PPG.
After a 3-0 start, Ben Howland’s Bruins lost in the semifinals and then the consolation game of the Preseason NIT Championship in Madison Square Garden. Sophomore forward Reeves Nelson leads the Bruins in points and rebounds (17.6 PPG, 10.4 RPG), and totaled 30 points and 23 rebounds in the two losses in New York City. Nelson and Tyler Honeycutt (14.6 PPG, 8.0 RPG) are both sophomores, and headline a young Bruins club that does not have a single senior on the team. The poise and discipline of this UCLA team will be sorely tested on Kansas’ home floor. The Bruins have totaled 84 assists and 81 turnovers this season. The combination of a young team that doesn’t protect the basketball, playing in a hostile road environment against an experienced team that has won 64 straight on its home floor and loves to pressure the ball looks like a bad combination for the baby bears. Normally when Kansas and UCLA play, that smell in the air is tradition. Thursday night in Lawrence, that won’t be tradition you’re whiffing, but more like the smell of a young team getting smoked.
69% of action at Sportsbook.com is betting that the Jayhawks will cover the big spread against the Bruins.
KANSAS is 20-5 ATS (+14.5 Units) when playing against a good team (Win Pct. 60% to 80%) over the last 3 seasons. The average score was KANSAS 80.3, OPPONENT 63.6 - (Rating = 3*).


Elite 8 Matchup Preview: Butler Bulldogs vs. Kansas State Wildcats
2010-03-30

The No. 5 seed Butler Bulldogs (31 – 4) will be facing the No. 2 Kansas State Wildcats (29 – 7) Saturday March 27, 2010 in Salt Lake City, Utah. www.sportsbook.com has the Kansas State Wildcats as the favorites by 4 points and the over / under at 134.5 points.


The Butler Bulldogs have been overlooked since this 2010 NCAA tournament started just over a week ago, but here they are; in the Elite 8 after having tossing No. 1 seed Syracuse Orange aside on Thursday night.  The Butler Bulldogs have now won 23 consecutive games, very impressive, and are moving on to the Elite 8 for the first time in the school’s history.  The Butler Bulldogs held the Orangemen, which also led the nation in field goal percentage this season with .517, to only 43.8 percent shooting and limited the Orange to just 59 points in the game. The Butler Bulldogs got huge shots from Willie Veasly, the team's defensive stopper, and Gordon Hayward, who also drained all four of his free throw shots in the final seconds of the game.  The Butler Bulldogs have now won 31 games by blowout wins and clutch performances down the stretch in close games to show they belong. 


If you did not watch the Kansas State versus Xavier game Thursday night, you missed perhaps the most exciting game of the 2010 NCAA Tournament so far. Huge shot after shot from both teams in a up and down,  two overtime classic that the Kansas State Wildcats ultimately pulled out after a Jacob Pullen three pointer with 31 seconds left in the second overtime gave the Wildcats the lead for good.  Pullen and backcourt teammate Denis Clemente, who pretty much carried the team through the first weekend of the NCAA tournament, came up with another big, almost magical performance, combining to make 53 points, grab 9 rebounds, give out 8 assists and had just two turnovers in 88 minutes of play.  But more importantly for Coach Frank Martin's team, however, was the play of forwards Curtis Kelly, who got 21 points, 8 boards, 4 assists and 5 blocks, giving the Kansas State Wildcats a foremost inside presence on both sides of the floor.  With Clemente and Pullen creating for other teammates and draining their shots on the outside and Kelly dominating the paint, Kansas State looked like a Final Four caliber team.


The backcourt duo of Pullen and Clemente give Kansas State Wildcats a decent opportunity every night.  With the two of them playing, and shooting the ball so well, Frank Martin's team is going to be tough to beat. With the spread being only 4 points, www.sportsbook.com, this will not be hard to cover. However the over / under which is at 134.5 is a little harder to predict, I’d keep away from that bet.