2007-2008 UNLV Rebels College Basketball Betting Lines

College basketball betting line odds had UNLV favored quite a bit last season.

2007-2008 probably won’t have the Rebels favored quite as often but coach Lon Kruger still has a good team that can do some damage versus the basketball betting lines. College basketball betting lines experts see that UNLV loses four starters from last year’s squad.  The good news is that UNLV has a lot of strong talent remaining led by shooting guard Wink Adams who averaged 13.9 points per game last season according to college basketball betting line stats.  Newcomers for UNLV include forward Lamar Roberson, a 6-8 transfer from Houston according to basketball betting experts.  Also looking for playing time according to college basketball betting lines experts will be Beas Hamga and Emmanuel Adeife.  Other newcomers include Troy Cage and Mareceo Rutledge according to college basketball betting lines experts.  Kendall Wallace will be in a battle for a starting position as well according to basketball betting experts.

The starting point guard spot probably will go to Marcus Lawrence according to college basketball betting lines experts.  He started seven times as a freshman as college basketball betting lines experts remember.  Curtis Terry, Joe Darger and Corey Bailey have to play more than they did a year ago according to college basketball betting lines experts.  Darger is a solid outside shooter and will score off the bench according to college basketball betting lines experts.

The frontcourt has questions.  Matt Shaw, at 6-8, is the tallest returning player and he only averaged 4.1 minutes per game according to college basketball betting lines experts.  The key upfront may be Roberson who should be able to score and rebound according to basketball betting experts.

College basketball betting lines experts see a starting lineup of Marcus Lawrence and Wink Adams at the guards.  Experts in college basketball betting lines odds see Curtis Terry as the third guard with Lamar Roberson and Beas Hamga down low.  UNLV will be part of the mix in the Mountain West Conference this season.  The conference looks very balanced and the Rebels should be one of the teams in the mix for the top spot in the Mountain West.