March Madness 2019 Betting Picks: The best futures bets for the NCAAB Tournament

March Madness 2019 begins with Selection Sunday on Sunday March 17 before the NCAAB Tournament gets underway on Monday March 19 and it’s now that a lot of sports bettors are starting to think about their futures bets on the winner.

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March Madness 2019 Winner Odds

March Madness outright winner odds from SugarHouse:

March Madness 2019 Picks

Fade Duke at +200

Duke have been the longtime favorites to win the NCAAB title but the injury to Zion Williamson has caused them huge problems. The expected number one draft pick was the difference maker for Duke and without him they have started to stumble. They’re 3-2 since his slip against UNC and even if he does return in time for the latter stages of March Madness, he won’t be at his powerful, dominating best. At the odds Duke hav to be faded.

Pick One: Virginia +600

Virginia’s odds to win March Madness have steadily dropped in recent weeks and those holding tickets at +2000 odds must be pretty pleased with themselves after watching some of their last few performances. The Cavs have been breaking records for points scoring with Kyle Guy’s 8 for 10 three point shooting a spectacular return against Syracuse. Virginia’s offensive power is formidable and any match that gets into a shoot-out will favour the Cavs and their clutch scoring suggests that they’ll thrive in the tense March Madness format.

Pick Two: Houston +4000

Houston Cougars are another form team that have rewarded those who jumped into the NCAAB Futures market early, with their price dropping from +12500 to +4000 in the last month. There’s still value in those odds though as the American Conference title winners are looking fantastic. Core Davis Jr scored a career high 31 points in the title win over Cincinnati and the Cougars look to be purring as they head into March Madness. Houston were only defeated by a single point by Michigan last year and the Wolverines went on to lose in the National Title match. This year the Wolverines are +1200 and the Cougars are +4000. That doesn’t sit right and the Cougars look a good outside pick.

 

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