CBB Gambling? Long Shots For Futures Betting To Win 2016 National Title

Gambling on CBB Basketball Futures?

It’s never too early to be looking ahead to the next college basketball. It won’t be long until March Madness is here, and with that, here is a list of 10 long shots for NCAA college basketball handicappers to consider when wagering on who will win the 2016 college basketball title.

CBB Betting Insight

Louisville 33/1

The Cardinals lose Terry Rozier, Montrezl Harrell and Wayne Blackshear, but do get back Quentin Snider, Shaqquan Aaron and Mangok Mathiang. But what really makes them a long shot worth betting on, is the assumption that Rick Pitino’s freshmen class will be sure as always to impress.

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Notre Dame 50/1

The Irish return four of their best players in Zach Auguste, Demetrius Jackson, Steve Vasturia, and Bonzie Colson. With the addition of newcomers Rex Pflueger, Elijah Burns and Matt Ryan, Notre Dame could be a legitimate contender, as they are likely to surprise a few unsuspecting favorites along the way.

Baylor 66/1

The Bears could have one of the best front lines in the country, assuming that Rico Gathers and Taurean Prince return. If not, the Bears ball-handling could be a bigger issue. Can Lester Medford assume full time point guard duties and make it happen for Baylor? I think he might.

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Butler 75/1

The Bulldogs return a good portion of their roster, despite losing Alex Barlow and Kameron Woods. But with blue chip hopefuls Nate Fowler and Sean McDermott joining the ranks, Butler does have a better than average team.

Georgetown 100/1

The Hoyas were less than impressive last season, but they do get back some key players in Isaac Copeland, L.J. Peak, Tre Campbell and Paul White.

They do lose D’Vauntes Smith-Rivera, who has elected to put his name in the NBA draft rather than to return for his senior season, though. Nevertheless, this team should be good enough to make a run.

Georgia 100/1

The Bulldogs hopes of a title rely a lot on whether than can land prospect Jaylen Brown. Nevertheless, if they don’t get him, we’re still looking at a top 20-25 team.

UCLA 100/1

The Bruins bring back Bryce Alford, Tony Parker, Isaac Hamilton and Thomas Welsh from a tram that didn’t do too bad a season ago. They do lose a couple of players, but the addition of Jonah Bolden, Prince Ali, Aaron Holiday and Alex Olesinki should more than make up for it.

Vanderbilt 125/1

The Commodores lose James Siakam, but after notching their first .500 record in the SEC since 2012 in 2105, along with an impressive NIT run, Vandy is proving to be the real deal.

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Oregon 150/1

Oregon went 26-10 and lost to Wisconsin in the Round of 32 in 2015, and loses PAC-12 Player of the Year Joseph Young. However, the Ducks have landed four-star junior college big man Chris Boucher, who along with Villanova transfer Dylan Ennis makes Oregon a good long shot bet.

Xavier 2001/1

The Musketeers lose Kaiser Gates, but I am expecting returners Trevon Bluiett, Jalen Reynolds, and Myles Davis to take a big step forward and get X back in the win column.

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By Matt Martz

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