Sportsbook Review has released a college basketball futures and game betting digest for day one NCAAB.
The men's college basketball season officially tips off at 5PM ET with Colorado visiting Iowa State. Colorado are nine point underdogs in the game, having gained 1.5 points since the market opened at 7.5 points.
For full wagering consensus stats on all college basketball games, view the NCAA Betting Odds grid which lists over 35 online sportsbooks along with their line history, game scores, and live play-by-play odds for major match-ups.
SBR has published a grid of NCAA basketball betting futures showing the current market price on all major favorites and underdogs in contention for this year's title.
Top 5 teams NCAAB futures betting odds
As of this publication, the Kentucky Wildcards are an average of +750 to win the college basketball championship. The best odds on Kentucky winning can be found at online sportsbook Heritage Sports with an +800 payout - this means a $100 bet nets $800.
North Carolina is trading at an industry high +1000 to win the championship at online sportsbook BetOnline.
The best price on Maryland is the +1200 offered by sports betting site 5Dimes.
Duke is trading at +1255 at online sportsbook Bookmaker.
The best odds on Kansas is the +1250 offered by online sportsbook Sportbet.
Basketball Betting Bonuses
A list of online sportsbook bonuses can be found using SBR. The offers listed are incentives for opening a brand new online sportsbook account. The bonuses chart is mobile-friendly and contours to the size of your screen / device real estate.
Best NCAAB Betting Sportsbooks
Unline the sportsbook bonuses directory, the best sportsbooks list only shows betting sites in the best of standing with players and with the best payment track records.
NCAA Betting Predictions
NCAA basketball picks can be found at the Sportsbook Review picks and game content network. Unlike other sports betting information portals, opinions are offered for free, and bettors can carry on the conversation and share wagering theory in the college basketball betting forum.