Michigan vs. Syracuse Team Props


ATLANTA, GA (TheSpread) – Michigan and Syracuse both have the potential to put up a lot of points when they meet in tonight’s Final Four. Here is a look at the team prop odds available for this game.

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According to oddsmakers at Bovada.lv, Michigan is the favorite in this game, as the Wolverines have odds of -2 points against Syracuse. The over/under total for this game has been set at 131 points. When it comes to team props, Michigan has been given over/under odds of 66.5 points for this game, while Syracuse has a money line of 64 points for this game.

Michigan has found its stride offensive in the NCAA tournament. The Wolverines have scored at least 71 points in all four games and they are currently averaging 75.5 points per game for the season while shooting 48.5 percent from the floor as a team. Michigan has posted at least 67 points in 31 of 37 games. Syracuse has really been on top of its game defensively in the tournament. The Orange are giving up an average of just 45.75 points per game in March Madness. For the season, Syracuse is allowing just 58.6 points per game, and holding opponents to 36.8 percent shooting with its 2-3 zone defense. Syracuse has allowed 67 points or more in just seven of 39 games this season.

Offensively, Syracuse has been average, but it hasn’t needed to be outstanding. The Orange have scored less in each stage of the tournament, going from 81 to 66 to 61 to 55 in the tournament. On the season, Syracuse is scoring 70.8 points per game, and the Orange have scored at least 64 points in 24 of the 39 games. Michigan isn’t known for having much of a defense. The Wolverines are allowing 62.9 points per game on defense and allowing opponents to shoot 42.3 percent from the floor. Michigan has allowed at least 64 points in a game in 19 of their 37 games.

Michigan and Syracuse meet in the Final Four from Atlanta at 8:50PM ET. For a complete look at the team prop odds available for this game, see below.

Bet on Final Four Prop Odds

2013 March Madness Final Four Team Prop Odds – Michigan vs. Syracuse

Team to score first: Michigan (-120) Syracuse (-120)

Team to score 10 points first: Michigan (-125) Syracuse (-115)

Team to score 20 points first: Michigan (-140) Syracuse (+100)

Total points for Michigan: Over/Under 66.5

Total points for Syracuse: Over/Under 64

Total first half points for Michigan: Over/Under 31

Total first half points for Syracuse: Over/Under 30

Winning margin for the game

Michigan to win by 1-2 pts 17/2 

Michigan to win by 3-6 pts 17/4 

Michigan to win by 7-9 pts 7/1 

Michigan to win by 10-13 pts 7/1 

Michigan to win by 14-16 pts 14/1 

Michigan to win by 17-20 pts 18/1 

Michigan to win by 21+ pts 14/1 

Syracuse to win by 1-2 pts 9/1 

Syracuse to win by 3-6 pts 5/1 

Syracuse to win by 7-9 pts 9/1 

Syracuse to win by 10-13 pts 10/1 

Syracuse to win by 14-16 pts 22/1 

Syracuse to win by 17-20 pts 25/1 

Syracuse to win by 21+ pts 25/1

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