Sports Betting Tips
The amount of college basketball
sports betting tips is truly infinite, almost like
the amount of games of this sport’s regular
season. College basketball sports betting offers,
to the smart player, opportunities that don’t
exist in other sports, particularly professional,
because of the sheer volume of teams and games involved.
One of the most important college
basketball sports betting tips is to devise a coherent
and consistent sports betting strategy and approach,
be it looking for power dogs, or big number dogs from
mid-major conferences or certain home court set ups.
An important college basketball
sports betting tip is to avoid trying to do too much.
This is the trap that so many sports betting players
fall into, as they actually try too hard, looking
at all of the teams, (which is impossible to do in
depth), rather than concentrating on a more detailed
strategy that trims down the work, yet increases the
attention to detail.
During the pre season tournaments,
a good college basketball sports betting tip is to
not reach with unproven teams. Memphis this season
is a good example. They were ranked in the preseason
top 25 and yet had issues that prevented them from
being considered a true “proven” commodity
and those who reached without reason on the Tigers
ended up with burned pockets.
Illinois, on the other hand,
had such a strong finish last year and returned so
many players from that team that sports betting players
knew that they could rely on the Illini to be an excellent
team and, in fact, Illinois failed to beat the sportsbooks
just once in their first 8 lined games before the
“word” got out. A good college basketball
sports betting tip is to find a team that finished
strong with a lot of returning players. Usually the
previous seasons finish serves as a springboard for
the following year.
Missouri has been an excellent
team to “pick on” and just a horrible
value ever since the over hyped Quin Snyder became
coach. Snyder, for whatever reason, was over hyped
and sold and a new age coach and yet his teams have
proven year in and year out to be totally undisciplined
and incapable of sustaining momentum. Mizzou is also
a team that cannot handle success, and is often a
good club to oppose after they do something good.
Sure enough, after a four game winning streak against
the sportsbooks this season the Tigers failed to keep
it up and failed to beat the sportsbooks in 4 of their
following six games, leaving many ignorant sports
betting players holding the empty bag. The college
basketball sports betting tip and morale to this story
is to focus on just a few teams, learn their strengths,
weaknesses and tendencies, and exploit them.
It isn’t important that
you key on all good teams, focus on bad ones too,
along with recurring patters and “personality”
traits for each team, and you’ll separate yourself
from the herd and likely end up with a bankroll on
the plus side this college basketball season.
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