2022 SEC Tournament Betting Odds, Preview & Picks

2022 SEC Tournament Betting Odds, Preview & Picks

At the onset of any SEC basketball conversation is the Kentucky Wildcats. Head coach John Calipari’s program has the best players and tradition in the league. However, the Wildcats have a new rival. Head coach Bruce Pearl has transformed the Auburn program into one of the nation’s elite. Not to mention a popular brand with the College Basketball odds. On the whole, Kentucky and Auburn headline a talented SEC Tournament lineup. Most gamblers see the Wildcats and Tigers clashing for the tournament championship. But there are viable alternatives that could offer the perfect combination of value and ability.

2022 SEC Tournament

Date and Time:March 9-13, 2022
Location:Amalie Arena, Tampa, Florida
TV Coverage:SEC Network and ESPN

SEC Tournament Odds SBG

Texas A&M+5000
Mississippi State+6000
South Carolina+7000
Ole Miss+10000

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Kentucky Wildcats 25-6 SU, 14-16-1 ATS, 15-16 OU

As usual, Kentucky has failed to provide reliable online wagering value. Cause by the Wildcats being the most public brand in all of college basketball. The UK has covered only two of its most recent six games. There is too much public money that floods the betting window on Kentucky. Overall, the Wildcats rank 13th out of 350 teams for scoring offense and offensive rebounding. Forward Oscar Tshiebwe averages a team-best 17.3 points and 15.3 rebounds per contest. The deep Wildcats have five players averaging 10 points or more per game.

Auburn Tigers 27-4 SU, 19-12 ATS, 18-13 OU

Auburn won the SEC regular-season championship. Such an accomplishment was considered impossible before Bruce Pearl arrived. Late on, the Tigers have visited the payout window in just two of their last nine games. Squares are in love with the Tigers, which is killing their wagering value. Thus, Wise Guys will not be all in for Auburn in the SEC Tournament. Unless and until they face the powerful Kentucky brand. Auburn boasts the nation’s 24th ranked scoring offense. Forward Jabari Smith leads War Eagle with 17.1 points and 6.9 rebounds per contest.

Tennessee Volunteers 23-7 SU, 17-13 ATS, 13-17 OU

Tennessee has shown inconsistent value in recent weeks. To show, the Volunteers have covered just three of their last seven games. Head coach Rick Barnes has engineered one of America’s best defensive teams. The Vols rank 33rd in the nation for points allowed. Guards Kennedy Chandler and Santiago Vescovi are both averaging over 13 points per game.

Arkansas Razorbacks 24-7 SU, 19-11-1 ATS, 18-13 OU

On the whole, Arkansas has been one of the best values on the college basketball board. And that has been maintained in recent weeks. To illustrate, the Razorbacks have lost only one of their last ten games to the oddsmakers. Arkansas ranks 40th in the country for scoring offense. Guard JD Notae leads with 18.9 points per game. In comparison, forward Jaylin Williams adds 10.8 points and 9.6 rebounds per contest.

LSU Tigers 21-10 SU, 19-12 ATS, 12-19 OU

LSU’s defense has led the way to profits with the College basketball lines. Correlate the Bayou Bengals rank 30th in the nation for points allowed. Also, LSU has covered three of its most recent four games. Four of their last six games went over the total.

2022 SEC Conference Tournament SBG Best Bet: Arkansas Razorbacks.