2017 March Madness Bookie Guide: Kansas Jayhawks

Written by:
Guest
Published on:
Feb/28/2017

The Kansas Jayhawks may be ranked number one in the nation but a closer look reveals this team is just 10-17 Against The Spread, making for happy days for bookies located within the great state of Kansas and beyond.

The Jayhawks should go deep into the March Madness tournament but look for oddsmakers to shade the Jayhawks line heavily.

The prognosis is good for bookies whose clients placed future bets on the Jayhawks to win the Championship.

From ESPN.com:

You know why we remember the dynamic athletes who carried their squads to national championships -- Kemba Walker, Shabazz Napier, Carmelo Anthony -- via captivating performances? Because they're so rare. Kansas relies on Frank Mason III, perhaps the favorite to win the Wooden Award, like the Oscars counted on PricewaterhouseCoopers prior to Sunday's show. Without Mason on the floor, Kansas makes just 48.3 percent of its free throws and commits turnovers on one-quarter of its possessions, per hooplens.com (entering the week). They're championship-level with Mason. Early exit if he stumbles.

Pay Per Head companies provide various tools to bookmakers and agents they themselves have trouble offering on their own.  These businesses offer LIVE IN-PLAY WAGERING, hundreds of game and player props, future bets, an online casino platform and betting on dozens of horse races through a customized website, all of which can help boost profits while significantly reducing losses.

- Tyrone Black, Gambling911.com

Basketball Odds News

Bookie vs. Bettor - Rockets vs. Warriors Game 4

Bookie vs. Bettor - Rockets vs. Warriors Game 4

Action and line movement is difficult to read once again in this Game 4 of the Playoffs series between Houston and Golden State. 

Rockets Embarrassed Can they make it A Series?

James Harden is clearly the NBA regular season MVP but not in game three of the Western Conference Finals, nowhere near it with a paltry 20 points. Not all of the blame rests on Harden, he was not alone in the underachieving bandwagon. Ariza had 6, Tucker 6, Capela 13, and Paul 13.

Bookie vs. Bettor - Celtics vs. Cavs Game 4 - 2018 NBA Playoffs

Bookie vs. Bettor - Celtics vs. Cavs Game 4 - 2018 NBA Playoffs

It's amazing how we are having such a tough time finding agreement between some of the sharper books and the more recreational outs when it comes to the NBA.  This has prevented us from making many picks during the later stages of the Playoffs and today appears to be no exception.

Bookies vs. Bettors - Rockets vs. Warriors Game 3

Bookies vs. Bettors - Rockets vs. Warriors Game 3

Tyrone Black here with your Rockets vs. Warriors Game 3 update. This one features a line of Golden State -7.5, balanced action and a power rating that indicates a line that should only be Golden State -1.5.

Bookie vs. Bettor - May 19: Celtics vs. Cavs Game 3

Bookie vs. Bettor - May 19: Celtics vs. Cavs Game 3

This game could go either way with some books seeing slightly more action on the Cavs and most books seeing more betting on the Celtics.

Syndicate