March Madness betting results can oftentimes be determined by which superstar players show up.
That could be the case again in 2009 March Madness betting with a number of players having an impact. Let’s take a look at the Top 20 players who could impact March Madness betting this year.
March Madness betting is going to be very popular on top teams like North Carolina, Connecticut, Pittsburgh, Louisville and Oklahoma. Most people believe that Blake Griffin will be named player of the year and he could definitely make an impact on March Madness betting lines this year. Tyler Hansbrough of North Carolina is another player who can impact the March Madness betting odds. Unlike Griffin of Oklahoma, Hansbrough has help with North Carolina, especially from guard Ty Lawson who also makes the list of Top 20 players. In fact, you could easily make a case for Lawson being in the Top 5. With Hansbrough and Lawson it is very easy to make a case for North Carolina to win it all in 2009 March Madness betting.
Connecticut has a couple of players as well who can impact March Madness betting odds. Hasheem Thabeet is a huge force inside and his teammate A.J. Price is an excellent guard. They don’t quite rate as high as Hansbrough and Lawson but they are not far behind as experts who look at March Madness betting see it. Anytime a team has two star players they are a serious threat to win it all in March Madness betting. The other team that has two star players in the Top 20 is Pittsburgh and they could impact March Madness betting. They have DeJuan Blair and Sam Young. If you take this to its logical conclusion you have three Final Four teams in North Carolina, Connecticut and Pittsburgh. The problem for Pittsburgh is that they don’t have a superstar guard like North Carolina and Connecticut and that could be a problem in 2009 March Madness betting.
Other players who could make an impact in March Madness betting are Arizona State’s James Harden, Wake Forest’s Jeff Teague, Arizona’s Jordan Hill, Kansas’ Sherron Collins, UCLA’s Darren Collison, Duke’s Kyle Singler and Gerald Henderson, Boston College’s Tyrese Rice, VCU’s Eric Maynor, Memphis’ Tyreke Evans, Syracuse’s Jonny Flynn, Louisville’s Terrence Williams and Earl Clark and Florida’s Nick Calathes.
It is unlikely that Davidson will get a big so that means the exciting Stephen Curry will not be impacting 2009 March Madness betting odds. Kentucky probably won’t make it so Jodie Meeks will not be impacting March Madness betting odds and Notre Dame is unlikely to go so Luke Harangody won’t be a factor.
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