Kentucky vs. Michigan Prop Odds

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INDIANAPOLIS, IN (TheSpread) – No. 2 Michigan and No. 8 Kentucky have very talented rosters full of NBA talent. Which ones will step up in today’s Elite 8 contest?

View Today’s College Basketball Odds

According to oddsmakers at BetDSI, Kentucky is the slight favorite in the game, as the Wildcats have odds of -2 points against the Wolverines. The over/under total for the contest has been set at 141 points (View Matchup). When it comes to individual play, oddsmakers have their sights on Julius Randle of Kentucky and Nik Stauskas of Michigan.

Randle has been given an over/under total of 14.5 points for Sunday’s game. The freshman forward has scored a total of 47 points over the three NCAA Tournament games, going 16 of 32 from the field while pulling down 37 rebounds. Randle has been a force in the paint and has been able to find a way to dominate the glass and score. He is averaging 15.1 points and 10.7 rebounds per game on the season while shooting 50.1 percent from the floor. Randle has scored at least 15 points in 18 of Kentucky’s 37 games this season.

Stauskas has had his over/under for points set at 17. The sophomore guard has scored 46 points over the three NCAA Tournament games, hitting a high of 17 against Texas in the round of 32. Stauskas has shot just 14 of 33 from the field in the tournament and is also only 10 of 23 from 3-point land, which is slightly less than his season average of 44.8 percent. Stauskas is averaging 17.3 points per game on the season and shooting 47.1 percent from the field on the year. He has posted at least 17 points in 20 of the 35 games he has played in.

Bet on Today’s College Basketball Odds

These two will face off in the Elite 8 of the MidWest Region, today at 5:05PM ET on CBS. The game will be held from Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Ind. For a look at the prop odds available for this game, see below

Check out Today’s College Basketball Odds and Matchups

2014 March Madness Elite 8 Prop Odds – Kentucky vs. Michigan

Team to score first: Kentucky (-115) Michigan (-115)

Team to score 10 points first: Kentucky (-120) Michigan (-110)

Team to score 20 points first: Kentucky (-125) Michigan (-105)

Largest lead in the game: Over/Under 12.5 points

Total 3-point field goals made by both teams: Over/Under 12.5

Total points for Kentucky: Over/Under 72

Total points for Michigan: Over/Under 70

Total points for Julius Randle (Kentucky): Over/Under 14.5

Total points for Aaron Harrison (Kentucky): Over/Under 15

Total points for Nik Stauskas (Michigan): Over/Under 17

Total points for Caris LeVert (Michigan): Over/Under 12.5

Player to score first 3-pointer

Nik Stauskas (Michigan) +300

Aaron Harrison (Kentucky) +500

Derrick Walton Jr (Michigan) +600

James Young (Kentucky) +650

Caris LeVert (Michigan) +700

Glenn Robinson III (Michigan) +800

Andrew Harrison (Kentucky) +1000

Zak Irvin (Michigan) +1000

Spike Albrecht (Michigan) +1200

Field (Any Other Player) +1500

No 3 Point Field Goal Made +50000

Margin of Victory

Kentucky to win by 01-03 +500

Kentucky to win by 04-06 +650

Kentucky to win by 07-09 +750

Kentucky to win by 10-12 +1000

Kentucky to win by 13-15 +1500

Kentucky to win by 16-18 +1800

Kentucky to win by 19-21 +3000

Kentucky to win by 22 or More +1800

Michigan to win by 01-03 +650

Michigan to win by 04-06 +1000

Michigan to win by 07-09 +1200

Michigan to win by 10-12 +1800

Michigan to win by 13-15 +2500

Michigan to win by 16-18 +3000

Michigan to win by 19-21 +5000

Michigan to win by 22 or More +3000

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