Basketball Betting Fans Eager to See UCLA at SBG Global

December 1, 2010 NCAA Basketball

College basketball betting is a game of history and tradition.

And nowhere is there a greater sense of college basketball gambling tradition and success than at UCLA, home of multiple championships and the ever watchful eye of coach John Wooden. But the college basketball betting future of the Bruins appears to be just as promising as the past college basketball gambling glories of this storied program.

College basketball betting polls ranks the Bruins as the fourth best team in the country heading into the college basketball gambling season. Even after losing three of their best players from last season to the NBA, the Bruins have reloaded and are still considered one of the best. And why not? They play in one of the most difficult conferences in college basketball betting, they return arguably the best back court in the country in Darren Collison and Josh Shipp and have scads of new young incoming college basketball betting basketball talent.

Collison has long been underrated at the point guard spot and debuts as a preseason All-American. If the Bruins make another deep run in the college basketball betting tournament he’ll almost certainly be an All-American at the end of the season as well. Much of the Bruins success will depend on his steady leadership and stellar play and that’s a good thing if you’re a college basketball betting fans of UCLA.

The loss of Kevin Love definitely hurts this team in the low post and they will have to find their interior scoring in the matches elsewhere. It will likely come from incoming freshman J’Mison Morgan, a big man from Dallas who’s not quite the same scorer as Love but he’s a much better defender and fine rebounder.

But Jrue Holiday is the real college basketball betting story of this freshman class. Holiday is widely regarded as the most talented freshman in college basketball and college basketball betting fans should be sure to watch him if they get a chance because this is likely his only season of college basketball gambling before jumping to pros. It will be interesting to see how Coach Ben Howland will accommodate the minutes for both Holiday and Collison, but you can never have too much quality guard play, especially when the college basketball betting tournament rolls around.

UCLA must establish some kind of low-post game with its incoming young talent but if can mix it up in the paint, the back court should dominate its college basketball betting competition and another deep run in March seems likely.

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