Yesterday is already in the books, but let's get ready for tomorrow. Join us inside as we also take a look at the Big Dance, as we warm up for our sharp sport picks.
One of the many things that separates SportsBIT from your standard ‘network TV talking heads’ is our Big Game Breakdowns. The major sports networks have a bunch of ex-jocks who aren’t exactly known for their pointspread prowess. Most of the ‘facts’ and ‘tidbits’ you’ll get from those talking heads are nonsense; certainly nothing that you can learn from when it comes to wagering with confidence. And, of course, none of that analysis is geared towards bettors, with relevant ATS information.
SportsBIT is a show designed by bettors for bettors. Our Big Game Breakdowns are focused on getting you the information that you need, not about making half-assed picks about teams we don’t know much about. And Wednesday’s show is loaded with one Big Game Breakdown after the next – the Deep Dive segment of the show today has been hijacked so Teddy and Pauly could bring you even more NCAA Tournament game analysis!
What is unique about Wichita State’s senior backcourt duo of Fred Van Vleet and Ron Baker when it comes to short turnaround NCAA Tournament games with only one day to prepare for their next opponent? Is Yale really the second best rebounding team in the nation like the stats show that they are, and will it matter against Baylor? Will Iowa State’s short rotation be problematic in the Mile High altitude of Denver against an Iona squad that wants to run with them?
Seton Hall has played dead even with Xavier and Villanova in six games against those two #2 seeds. Are the Pirates underseeded for a team with a remarkable pointspread run as an underdog this year, or did they leave it all on the floor in New York City last weekend? What’s the latest evidence that proves UConn’s Kevin Ollie is an elite head coach at the collegiate level? These are just some of the questions that get answered on today’s show, as well as four great tips for visitors to Vegas this weekend.