Bill Walker and Michael Beasley should lead Kansas State to a good season against the basketball odds.
NCAA basketball odds will show that Bill Walker is coming off a torn ACL and has the NBA in his future. Beasley is probably the best recruit in the country according to NCAA basketball odds experts and will be a star right away. Most NCAA basketball odds experts think this will be his only year in college. Fans of basketball odds see that Kansas State also has David Hoskins and Clent Stewart returning. Backing up the point according to NCAA basketball odds experts will be Blake Young while Jacob Pullen, Fred Brown and Dominique Sutton will try and get in the lineup. Up front it is all about Beasley but Luis Colon returns along with newcomers Ron Anderson, Victor Dubovitskiy and Jamar Samuels. New head coach Frank Martin has a lot of talent that should impact NCAA basketball odds this season.
Experts that look at NCAA basketball odds saw that Kansas State set a school record in 2006-07 by playing in 35 games. Fans of basketball odds also know that the Wildcats’ 23 wins were their most since the 1987-88 season. Fans of NCAA basketball odds may want to know that Kansas State set a school record with 545 assists a year ago, breaking the mark
of 537 set in 1981-82. Basketball odds from last year show that K-State’s fourth-place finish in the Big 12 was its highest since the league began play in 1996-97. Fans of NCAA basketball odds know that the Wildcats’ 10 wins in Big 12 play was also a school record. NCAA basketball odds tell us that the Wildcats played in the postseason for the first time since competing in the NIT in 1999.
NCAA basketball odds experts know that senior guard David Hoskins is the top returnee. He finished last season second on the squad in scoring (14.5 ppg), rebounding (5.9 rpg), assists (88) and steals (35). NCAA basketball odds experts also know that the Wildcats will be joined by a stellar recruiting class that was judged by several experts as the nation’s best.