Wednesday's Betting Tips

Wednesday's Betting Tips

March Madness Betting Odds and Capsules: March 20
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The First Four opened up on Tuesday with North Carolina A&T and St. Mary's advancing to the second round on Tuesday. If you bet on both favorites, the St. Mary's Gaels were victorious but the Aggies of North Carolina A&T came up two points short. Get out your March Madness Bracket and check all the sports betting resources.  If you are looking for assistance, ATS Sportsline has all your NCAA Tournament betting odds.

James Madison Dukes (20-14 SU, 21-10 ATS) vs. LIU Brooklyn Blackbirds (20-13 SU, 4-0 ATS)

Intangibles:

James Madison leading scorer Rayshawn Goins is suspended for the first half.
James Madison has one of the most electric players in the tournament in A.J. Davis.
LIU Brooklyn shots 48.3 percent and averages 79.5 points per game

Keys to Success:

James Madison will have to defend the fast-paced Blackbirds, who shoot 38.5 percent from the field. The Dukes allow 64.4 points per game and 43 percent from the field. LIU Brooklyn's defense is subpar as they allow 76.4 points per game as they allow team's to shoot 46.8 percent from the field. LIU Brooklyn's Jamal Olasewere is the key for the Blackbird's getting to the next round.

James Madison has won four straight, taking the Colonial Athletic Association final over Northeastern, 70-57, getting 2. LIU Brooklyn has won five straight including defeating Mount St. Mary's in the Northeast Conference final, 91-70, giving 3.5. James Madison is 19-7 ATS last 26 overall. College Basketball Odds: LIU Brooklyn is a 2-point betting odds favorite. Total: 146.

La Salle Explorers (21-9 SU, 12-12-2 ATS) vs. Boise State Broncos  (21-10 SU, 16-11 ATS)

Intangibles:

La Salle is making their first trip to the NCAA Tournament since 1992.
La Salle could be missing 6-foot-11 center Steve Zack due to a foot injury.
Boise State has won five of six entering the Mountain West tournament.

Keys to Success:

Ramon Galloway, a South Carolina transfer, is the key to La Salle's four-guard attack. Boise State posted multiple wins against ranked opponents. They finished fifth in the tough Mountain West and received an at-large bid. They have two outstanding guards in Anthony Drmic (17.3 points) and Derrick Marks (16.3 points).

La Salle lost their last two games including a 69-58 defeat in the Atlantic 10 tournament to Butler, getting 1.5. Bose State fell to San Diego State in the opening of the Mountain West Conference tournament after beating the Aztecs four days earlier, 69-65 at home giving 2.  La Salle is 1-6 ATS last 7 Wednesday games. College Basketball Lines: Boise State is a 2-point betting odds favorite. Total: 139.

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