Baylor vs. Wisconsin Prop Odds

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ANAHEIM, CA (TheSpread) – No. 2 Wisconsin and No. 6 Baylor look to shoot their way into the Sweet 16 tonight. Which players are the ones to watch in tonight's NCAA Tournament game?

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According to oddsmakers at Bovada.lv, Wisconsin is the slight favorite, as the Badgers have odds of -3.5 points against the Bears. The over/under total for the game has been set at 136.5 points (View Matchup). When it comes to the player prop odds, focus has been put on Brady Heslip of Baylor and Frank Kaminsky of Wisconsin.

Kaminskly has been given over/under odds of 12.5 points for the Badgers. Kaminsky has scored 27 points over the two NCAA Tournament games for Wisconsin and the junior forward is averaging 13.6 points per game and 6.3 rebounds per game. The 7-footer shoots 52 percent from the field and is somewhat strong from beyond the arc, shooting 36.6 percent from 3-point land. Kaminsky has scored at least 13 points in 16 of Wisconsin’s 35 games this season. The Badgers are running into a Baylor team that has a lot of length, so Kaminsky could find himself struggling for offensive rebounds or shots on the perimeter tonight.

Heslip’s over/under for points has been set at 11.5. The 6-2 senior guard for Baylor has scored 29 points in the NCAA Tournament this season and coming off a 17-point performance against Creighton where he was 5 of 7 from 3-point land. Heslip averaged 11.9 points on the season for the Bears while shooting an impressive 46.8 percent from 3-point land. He has scored at least 12 points in 23 of Baylor’s 37 games this season.

Bet on Today’s College Basketball Odds

These two will face off in the Sweet 16 of the West Region, today at 7:47PM ET on TBS. The game will be held from the Honda Center in Anaheim, Calif. 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 Sweet 16 Prop Odds – Baylor vs. Wisconsin

Team to score first: Baylor (-115) Wisconsin (-115)

Team to score 20 points first: Baylor (+105) Wisconsin (-135)

Largest lead in the game: Over/Under 13.5 points

Total 3-point field goals made by both teams: Over/Under 14

Total points for Baylor: Over/Under 67.5

Total points for Wisconsin: Over/Under 70.5

Total points for Brady Heslip (Baylor): Over/Under 11.5

Total points for Frank Kaminsky (Wisconsin): Over/Under 12.5

Margin of Victory

Baylor to win by 01-03 +700

Baylor to win by 04-06 +1000

Baylor to win by 07-09 +1200

Baylor to win by 10-12 +1500

Baylor to win by 13-15 +1800

Baylor to win by 16-18 +2500

Baylor to win by 19-21 +3500

Baylor to win by 22 or More +2500

Wisc to win by 01-03 +550

Wisc to win by 04-06 +700

Wisc to win by 07-09 +800

Wisc to win by 10-12 +900

Wisc to win by 13-15 +1100

Wisc to win by 16-18 +1400

Wisc to win by 19-21 +2000

Wisc to win by 22 or More +1000

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