Final 4 odds matchups at SBG Global

December 1, 2010 NCAA Basketball

Final 4 odds matchups are historical in nature for the 2008 Final Four with four #1 seeds facing each other for the first time ever.

North Carolina takes on Kansas while UCLA faces Memphis on the Final Four betting odds board. Final Four betting odds for these two games should be among the best in history.

Final 4 odds show that Memphis vs. UCLA is a contrast of styles as the Tigers want to run while UCLA plays in the half-court. It should be fascinating to watch and to bet which team wins in Final 4 odds. The game matches two great young players in Final 4 odds as Memphis has Derrick Rose while UCLA counters with Kevin Love.

The other game has the higher of the two Final 4 odds as North Carolina is favored over Kansas. The Tar Heels have been on a mission to win the title behind Tyler Hansbrough and are a solid Final 4 odds favorite. The Jayhawks did not play well and looked beatable in their last game against Davidson while the Tar Heels have crushed everyone. The game could be very high scoring in Final 4 odds as both teams love to run. The total is in the 150’s and both team scoring more than 80 each is a distinct possibility.

CBS will televise both Final Four games and there is no doubt that gamblers all over the world will be tuning in and wagering against Final Four betting odds. Never have four teams with as much talent met in Final 4 odds. Between the four teams they combined to lose fewer than 10 games. That would be just over two losses each which is amazing to consider in Final 4 odds.

Final 4 odds are popular with both public and professional gamblers. The public will bet the marquee teams while the professional will look for value and at options like the total and propositions. Final Four betting odds are really popular with sportsbooks because the public gets so heavily involved in betting the games. That usually makes for great action on the Final 4 odds betting board.

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