Summit League Tournament Odds

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SIOUX FALLS, SD (TheSpread) – The 2013 Summit League Tournament looks to be about one team avoiding an upset. Here is a look at the odds to win this tournament.

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This tournament is an 8-team single elimination tournament with all eight teams playing in the opening round. The tournament takes place from March 9-12 from Sioux Falls Arena in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. According to oddsmakers at Bovada.lv, North Dakota State is the favorite to win this tournament, as it has 5/4 odds. Other short odds to win are South Dakota State (7/5), Western Illinois (4/1) and Oakland (4/1).

North Dakota State is the No. 3 seed in the tournament after going 12-4 in conference play and 22-8 overall. North Dakota State has won this tournament one time, back in 2009.

South Dakota State is the No. 1 seed and has the home court edge. South Dakota State went 13-3 in conference play and is 22-9 overall. South Dakota State is the defending tournament champion.

Western Illinois is the No. 2 seed in this tournament as it is 13-3 in conference play and 21-7 overall. Western Illinois has won this tournament one time, with the last championship coming in 1984.

Oakland is the No. 4 seed, as it went 10-6 in the Summit League and is 16-15 overall. Oakland has won this tournament three times, the last victory coming in 2011.

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The 2013 Summit League Tournament takes place from March 9-12 at Sioux Falls Arena in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. For odds on each team to win the Summit League Tournament, see below.

2013 Summit League Tournament Odds To Win

North Dakota St 5/4

South Dakota St 7/5

Western Illinois 4/1

Oakland 4/1

IPFW 35/1

South Dakota 35/1

UMKC 75/1

IUPUI 75/1

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