2022 Big 12 Conference Tournament Betting Odds & Picks

2022 Big 12 Conference Tournament Betting Odds & Picks

It comes as no surprise that the Kansas Jayhawks and Baylor Bears are co-favorites to win the Big 12 Conference. Kansas epitomizes a name-brand blue blood program. At the same time, Baylor is a new power program that won the 2021 national championship. Texas Tech beat the College Basketball odds to make 2019 Final Four. In comparison, Texas is an unfulfilled promise. The Big 12 is one of the best and deepest leagues in college basketball. All of which makes this week’s Big 12 Tournament must-see TV. Additionally, the gambling possibilities are limitless.

2022 Big 12 Conference Tournament

Date and Time:March 9-12, 2022
Location:T-Mobile VCenter, Kansas City, Missouri

Big 12 Tournament Odds SBG

Texas Tech+340
Iowa State+5000
Kansas State+8000
West Virginia+13000
All Other TeamsTBD

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Baylor Bears 26-5 SU, 16-13-2 ATS, 16-14 OU

Late on, Baylor has covered only two of its most recent six games. Yet the Bears remain one of the most balanced online betting choices. Baylor ranks 47th out of 350 teams for scoring offense and 34th for points allowed. Consider the Bears have four players averaging ten points per game or greater. Guard Adam Flagler leads Baylor with 13.8 points per game. Guard LJ Cryer is at 13.5 points per game. Additionally, guard James Akinjo averages 13.3 points and 5.8 assists per contest.

Kansas Jayhawks 25-6 SU, 14-16-1 ATS, 17-14 OU

This season, Kansas has been one of the most inconsistent teams on the college basketball board. In sum, the Jayhawks have covered only four of their last nine games. KU is 2-5 under the total in their most recent seven games. Kansas ranks an impressive 29th in the nation for scoring offense. First among KU scorers is guard Ochai Agbaji with 19.8 points and 5.2 rebounds per contest. Guard Christian Braun adds 14.9 points and 6.2 rebounds per contest.

Texas Tech Red Raiders 23-8 SU, 20-11 ATS, 15-16 OU

Following a hot stretch, Texas Tech has cooled off with only one payout in its most recent four games. Three of the Red Raiders’ last five games went under the total. Texas Tech ranks a most impressive 14th in the country for points allowed and 8th for defensive rebounding. Meanwhile, the Red Raiders offense is by committee. Four players are averaging ten or more points per game. Forward Bryson Williams leads Texas Tech with 14.0 points per game.

Texas Longhorns 21-10 SU, 12-19 ATS, 14-17 OU

A clear difference in betting value comes from Texas. Gamblers were gushed with red ink by the Longhorns this season. On the positive, the Longhorns ranked 9th out of 350 teams for scoring defense. Of major concern is an offense ranked 244th for scoring and 249th for offensive rebounding. Those metrics explain the terrible wagering value. Forward Timmy Allen leads the Horns with 12.2 points and 6.5 rebounds per contest.

TCU Horned Frogs 19-11 SU, 17-10-3 ATS, 14-14 OU

On the whole, few teams offered greater value with the College basketball lines than TCU. A defense ranked 51st out of 350 teams is a big reason why. Of great concern is an offense ranked 249th for scoring.

Big 12 Conference Tournament SBG Best Bet: Texas Tech Red Raiders.

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