2007-2008 Montana State Bobcats NCAA Basketball Odds

December 1, 2010 NCAA Basketball

NCAA basketball odds will show Carlos Taylor leading the way for Montana State.

He posted double digits in 14 of the final 16 games for Montana State basketball odds fans last season even though he came off the bench most of the time. 

NCAA basketball odds fans may remember that Montana State finished 11-19 last season but they went 8-8 in the conference.  Fans of basketball odds know that coach Brad Huse starts his second year. Taylor will be leading the Bobcats this season according to NCAA basketball odds experts. He earned Honorable Mention All-Big Sky honors last season for fans of NCAA basketball odds. Branden Johnson had flashes last year and could be a solid player according to NCAA basketball odds experts. Fans of NCAA basketball odds see that Casey Durham is a solid point guard.  NCAA basketball odds experts know that Danny Peipoli also returns. Inside the Bobcats may have found the answer in 6-foot-9 Divaldo Mbunga. He is a native of Angola and averaged 15 points and eight rebounds per game at Peninsula College last year according to NCAA basketball odds experts.  Another player that could get playing time this season according to experts that bet basketball odds is JC transfer Marcus Blackshire.

Last year experts that bet Montana State NCAA basketball odds know that the team relied on the conference’s second best scoring defense to compensate for a poor offense. Experts that bet NCAA basketball odds know that MSU held conference opponents to a 31.4 percent from the three-point line and 41.3 percent from the field.

NCAA basketball odds experts see a starting lineup of Casey Durham and Mecklen at the guards, Carlos Taylor and Branden Johnson at the forwards and Divaldo Mbunga in the middle this year.  Taylor will be the main scoring option according to NCAA basketball odds experts but also contributing should be Durham who can hit the three point shot.  The key according to fans that follow basketball odds will be getting some good inside play out of Mbunga.

Montana State could be a team worth following this season.  They have some good talent and will go under the radar most of the time.  They could easily be competitive in many games this season and may be a good bet to cover a lot of games this season.

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