2007-2008 Bradley Braves Online Basketball Betting

December 1, 2010 NCAA Basketball

Online basketball betting odds on Bradley should again show the Braves competitive as they return perhaps the best backcourt in the conference.

Point guard Daniel Ruffin and wing Jeremy Crouch both averaged 13.8 points per game last season and impacted basketball betting lines. Online basketball betting experts know that the Braves will miss last year’s leading scorer Will Franklin.  The Braves also lose Zach Andrews who averaged 11.1 points and a team-high 7 rebounds last season according to basketball betting stats.  Four junior college transfers are expected to contribute immediately according to online basketball betting experts.  David Collins and Rashad Austin will get playing time upfront.  Austin averaged 13.3 points and 7.9 rebounds at Northeastern Junior College in Colorado according to online basketball betting experts.  Theron Wilson and Tyron Cole-Scott should also help as experts that look at basketball betting see it.  Center Anthony Thompson and Will Egolf may provide depth according to online basketball betting experts.  Point guard Sam Maniscalco will back up one of the guard spots.

Matt Salley was a junior college transfer and should improve upon last year when he started 13 games according to online basketball betting stats.  The only other returning player up front is Sam Singh but he may not see the starting lineup.  Andrew Warren had a good freshman season and will battle with the newcomers for minutes on the wing.  He only averaged 4.1 points per game according to online basketball betting stats, but those numbers should improve.

Online basketball betting experts see a starting lineup of Daniel Ruffin and Tyrone Cole-Scott at the guards.  Jeremy Crouch will be the third guard and the probable leading scorer according to basketball betting experts.  Upfront will be Matt Salley and David Collins according to those experts that look at online basketball betting.

Online basketball betting experts see that Bradley is looking to get back to the NCAA Tournament after reaching the Sweet 16 in 2006 and the second round of the NIT in 2007.  If Crouch and Ruffin get support it is possible Bradley could win the conference according to online basketball betting experts.  Crouch led the nation in three-point field goal percentage last year, while Ruffin is the nation’s active leader with 475 career assists according to online basketball betting stats.

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