Sports Betting Blog

On June 8, 2015, the NCAA formally voted to reduce the length of the shot clock from 35 seconds to 30 seconds, and it was immediately clear this would have major ramifications for college basketball bettors. A shorter shot clock means more possessions, and therefore higher-scoring games. In other words, anybody betting college basketball totals…

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For the past two weeks, I have utilized our bracket simulator predictions to determine which schools were offering value in the futures market. By converting each school’s future price into an implied probability, I have been able to identify several schools with a positive expected value. My initial analysis highlighted Florida (+4000), Louisville (+1700) and…

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