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Kentucky Odds to Win the 2011 NCAA Championship

Written by:
Ean Lamb
Published on:
Mar/23/2011
Kentucky Odds to Win the 2011 NCAA Championship

Kentucky odds to win the 2011 NCAA Championship were set at 12/1 or +1200 at Bookmaker.com.  Coming into the Tournament they were at 20/1 odds.

Kentucky, which nearly got knocked out of the first round, managed an impressive win over West Virginia on Saturday.  

Brandon Knight led the Wildcats making six free throws to seal the 71-63 victory in that game.

"Definitely for me I feel a lot more anxiety, especially coming into today's game, not playing so well [Thursday]. But just playing these type of games where you know if you lose your season is done, I think guys really come out and they fight a lot harder, they go after rebounds a lot tougher," Knight said.

"It kind of changes the game," the 6-foot-3 guard added. "Guys play tough throughout the season, but I think they step it up a notch in the tournament."

Just how good is Brandon Knight?

Only five other freshmen before him have had 30-point performances in an NCAA Tournament.

This will be the third time Kentucky has played a number one seed in the Sweet 16. The two previous times Kentucky lost by double-digits.

 

ODDS TO WIN 2011 NCAA(B) TOURNAMENT

10565

OHIO STATE

+255

10569

KENTUCKY

+1200

10572

MARQUETTE

+2500

10577

NORTH CAROLINA

+1000

10579

DUKE

+270

10583

ARIZONA

+2500

10589

CONNECTICUT

+1700

10593

SAN DIEGO STATE

+2000

10595

KANSAS

+250

10600

RICHMOND

+2500

10607

FLORIDA STATE

+2100

10611

BUTLER

+2500

10615

WISCONSIN

+2000

10619

BYU

+2200

10623

FLORIDA

+1200

10630

VA COMMONWEALTH

+2700

 

Ean Lamb, Gambling911.com  

 

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