2007-2008 Clemson Tigers NCAA Basketball Odds

NCAA basketball odds experts see that four starters return for Clemson in 2007-2008 so the Tigers should be improved.

Many experts that look at basketball odds believe that Demontez Stitt could easily turn into a star and with James Mays and Trevor Booker in the front court they have a chance to score some points.

Experts that bet NCAA basketball odds believe that K.C. Rivers could also have a breakout season. Many basketball odds fans think head coach Oliver Purnell has the Tigers right on the edge of doing something special. A big key for Clemson is big man James May who stayed for another year. With Mays and Booker in addition to Sam Perry, the Tigers could be good in the frontcourt according to NCAA basketball odds. Fans of NCAA basketball odds see that running the team is senior guard Cliff Hammonds and he will combine with Rivers to give the Tigers solid scoring. The reserves are two guard David Potter, Terrence Oglesby and Demontez Stitt.

NCAA basketball odds experts believe that there is no reason Clemson shouldn’t make the NCAA Tournament this season. Fans of NCAA basketball odds think they could easily finish first or 2nd in the conference. The ACC is traditionally the best conference in the country for NCAA basketball odds so finishing behind North Carolina would some something special.

Many NCAA basketball odds experts believe that Stitt's stock is on the rise. He was inured at the start of his high school season then finished strong. He will be the future at point guard and should get time this season according to those that bet NCAA basketball odds. Oglesby's a nice shooter while Grant is the son of Horace Grant. The starting lineup according to experts of NCAA basketball odds looks to have Hammonds, Rivers, Perry, Mays and Booker. NCAA basketball odds experts see that the schedule for Clemson has them playing their normal ACC schedule which includes two games each versus Georgia Tech, FSU, Miami, UNC and N.C. State. They have one game at home against BC, Virginia Tech and Wake Forest and road games at Duke, Maryland and Virginia that should seem them underdogs in basketball odds.

Experts at NCAA basketball odds believe the Tigers can be better than last year and resemble more the team that went 17-0 than the team that finished 8-11. Fans of basketball odds believe that the Tigers should not have to worry about collapsing this season and missing the Tournament.