NCAA Championship Prop Odds

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NEW ORLEANS, LA (TheSpread) – Kentucky and Kansas will face off for the 2012 NCAA Championship on Monday. Here is a look at the prop odds available for this title game.

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Kentucky comes into the game as the favorite over Kansas, with a point spread of -6 while the over/under total has been set at 137.5 points. When looking at the prop odds for both teams, one to consider is total points. The over/under on points for Kentucky has been set at 72, while the over/under for Kansas sits at 66 points. Kentucky scoring 77.6 points per game while Kansas is allowing 61.6 per contest. The Jayhawks are scoring 73.8 points per game while the Wildcats are allowing 60.6 points per game. These two met back in November with Kentucky earning a 75-65 win over the Jayhawks.

When looking at players, it is hard to avoid the freshman forward stud, Anthony Davis. Oddsmakers have given Davis an over/under of 16.5 points for this championship game. Davis has averaged just 14.4 points per game on the season and he is averaging 15.2 points per game during the NCAA Tournament. However, Davis has stepped up recently, scoring 18 points in each of the last two games for Kentucky. In the win over Kentucky earlier this season, Davis had 14 points on 6 of 8 shooting.

For Kansas, forward Thomas Robinson has been given over/under odds of 17.5 points for Monday’s title game. Robinson has been the clear leader for Kansas this season, averaging 17.7 points and 11.7 rebounds per game. In the NCAA Tournament, Robinson is scoring 16.4 points per game. Like Davis, Robinson has been strong recently, scoring at least 18 points in Kansas’ last three games. In the loss to Kentucky earlier this season, Robinson had just 11 points on 5 of 12 shooting in 27 minutes of play.

For complete prop odds and wagers for this national semifinal, see below.

2012 Final Four Prop Odds & Wagers – Kansas vs. Kentucky

Team to score first: Kansas (-105) Kentucky (-125)

Team to score last: Kansas (+100) Kentucky (-130)

Team to score 5 points first: Kansas (+100) Kentucky (-130)

Team to score 10 points first: Kansas (+115) Kentucky (-145)

Team to score 15 points first: Kansas (+135) Kentucky (-170)

Team to score 20 points first: Kansas (+150) Kentucky (-180)

Team to score 25 points first: Kansas (+160) Kentucky (-200)

Team to score 30 points first: Kansas (+170) Kentucky (-220)

Total points for Kansas: Over/Under 66

Total points for Kentucky Over/Under 72

Total 3-point field goals made by both teams: Over/Under 10.5

Team to make the first 3-point field goal: Kansas (-115) Kentucky (-115)

Largest lead of the game: Over/Under 13.5 points

Will the game total be odd or even: Odd (-105) Even (-105)

Total points for Kansas: Odd (-105) Even (-105)

Total points for Kentucky: Odd (-105) Even (-105)

Total points for Thomas Robinson (Kansas): Over/Under 17.5

Total rebounds for Robinson: Over/Under 10

Total made free throws for Robinson: Over/Under 4

Total points for Tyshawn Taylor (Kansas): Over/Under 15

Total assists for Taylor: Over/Under 4.5

Total made free throws for Taylor: Over/Under 3

Total points for Elijah Johnson (Kansas): Over/Under 11

Total made free throws for Johnson: Over/Under 1.5

Total points+rebounds for Jeff Withey (Kansas): Over/Under 13.5

Total points for Travis Releford (Kansas): Over/Under 7.5

Total points for Anthony Davis (Kentucky): Over/Under 16.5

Total rebounds for Davis: Over/Under 10.5

Total made free throws for Davis: Over/Under 4.5

Total points for Doron Lamb (Kentucky): Over/Under 13.5

Total made free throws for Lamb: Over/Under 3

Total points for Terrence Jones (Kentucky): Over/Under 12.5

Total rebounds for Jones: Over/Under 7

Total points for Michael Kidd-Gilchrist (Kentucky): Over/Under 12.5

Total rebounds for Kidd-Gilchrist: Over/Under 7.5

Total made free throws for Kidd-Gilchrist: Over/Under 3.5

Total points for Darius Miller (Kentucky): Over/Under 9.5

Total points for Marquis Teague (Kentucky): Over/Under 8.5

Total assists for Teague: Over/Under 5

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