NCAAB Betting Odds & Trends – Pittsburgh Panthers vs. Virginia Cavaliers

NCAAB Betting Odds & Trends - Pittsburgh Panthers vs. Virginia Cavaliers

Sheldon Jeter and the Pittsburgh Panthers will battle Anthony Gill and the Virginia Cavaliers for some NCAAB betting action at the John Paul Jones Arena on Monday, February 16, 2015. Tonight’s NCAAB betting action kicks off at 7:00 PM EST.

The NCAA betting odds that have been established by BetOnline.ag currently have the Virginia Cavaliers listed at -1000 on the moneyline, while the Pittsburgh Panthers are listed at +650 on the moneyline. The college basketball betting lines that have been established by 5Dimes currently have the Virginia Cavaliers laying twelve points on the Pittsburgh Panthers and the total listed at one hundred seventeen points.

Anthony Gill and the Virginia Cavaliers are coming into this pre-march madness basketball game sitting in first place in the Atlantic Coast. They have a stellar record of 23-1 straight up, 9-12-1 over/under and 14-10 versus the spread on this 2014-15 NCAA season. Please feel free to visit the NCAAB Betting: March Madness Wagering Odds section and the MyBookie.ag US Mobile Sportsbook Online Review.

Sheldon Jeter and the Pittsburgh Panthers are coming into this game sitting in eighth place in the Atlantic Coast. They have a college basketball record of 15-5 versus the total, 7-15-1 against the spread, and 17-9 straight up on the NCAAB season. Follow us on twitter!

The Virginia Cavaliers have a 66.62 points per game scoring average, which is better that the Pittsburgh Panthers, who are coming into the game with a 65.58 points per game scoring average. When looking the field goal percentages the Cavaliers are superior in that department as well. Virginia has a 46.16 field goal average percentage per game versus the Pittsburgh Panthers, who have a 45.12 field goal average percentage per game. Take a look at the NCAA Men’s Basketball Betting Futures.

This may be why the sports handicappers have predicted that the Pittsburgh Panthers will destroy the Virginia Cavaliers at the John Paul Jones Arena tonight in a score that will go over the total listed by the best basketball betting sites online that accept USA players. Follow us on Facebook.

The Pittsburgh Panthers have a 12.54 percent offensive rebounds average per game, which is better than the Virginia Cavaliers 10.71 percent offensive rebounds average per game. Nevertheless the Virginia Cavaliers have a 26.58 percent defensive rebounds average per game, which “out trumps” the Pittsburgh Panthers’ 21.35 percent defensive rebounds average per game. This game is a big mismatch with the Cavaliers as a stronger defensive team and the Panthers stronger on the offense.

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