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HOME PAGE 3/24/2015 by Kelso Sturgeon

The bettor’s battle to beat the NCAA Basketball Tournament


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Wichita State Is Enjoying Its 3rd Straight 30-Win
Season And Still Gets Little Respect
Shockers 95-14 Last 3 Seasons

No Surprise Here, Kentucky (36-0) Even-Money
Favorite To Win It All…Duke & Wisconsin 6-1

If You Think Handicapping NCAA Was Tough
Before, You Have Not Seen Anything Yet
As Sweet 16 Begins Thursday

By Kelso Sturgeon

The bettor’s battle to beat the NCAA Basketball Tournament has much in common with a heavyweight championship boxing match in which neither fighter can put away his opponent and a fight in which neither intends to throw in the towel, come hell or high water. It has been that way since March Madness 2015 began and will continue to be so.

This is a fight to the finish and anything can happen—and any of the Sweet 16 teams can win it.
If you think undefeated Kentucky (36-0) is going to have it easy, just remember another #1 seed, Villanova (33-3) was knocked out in the third round by 8th-seeded N.C. State, a 9.5-point underdog, 71-68. Let’s also remember #14 Georgia State (+9.5) upset #3 Baylor, 57-56, 7th-seeded Michigan State went #2 seeded Virginia packing, 60-54,and #7 seeded Wichita State beat #2 seed Kansas like an old rug, 78-65.

Contributed Articles 3/25/2015 by Kelso Sturgeon

Handicapping the Sweet 16 (and Elite 8)


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Kelso's Advanced Sports Betting: Handicapping the Sweet 16 (and Elite 8)

Now that the first full weekend of the 2015 NCAA Tournament is behind us, it's important to note something that is looming very large in this particular event.


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NCAA Tournament Game Capsules

Houston, TX (SportsNetwork.com) - Gonzaga's shots weren't falling and UCLA cut what was once a double-digit deficit to one early in the second half. It almost looked as if history would repeat itself, but Przemek Karnowski and Domantas Sabonis made sure the Bulldogs survived the Bruins this time. Karnowski finished with 18 points, Sabonis scored 10 of his 12 in the second half, and second-seeded Gonzaga pulled away for a 74-62 win over the 11th- seeded Bruins in the semifinals of the South Region. Gonzaga (35-2) advanced to the Elite Eight for the second time in its history and can reach its first Final Four by upending Duke on Sunday. The top-seeded Blue Devils upended Utah in the nightcap at NRG Stadium. Karnowski, Sabonis and Kyle Wiltjer combined to pull down 27 rebounds for a dominant frontcourt that owned a 50-39 advantage on the glass. Byron Wesley chipped in with 14 points and Kevin Pangos added 10 for the victors. Norman Powell scored 16 points on 19 shot for the Bruins (22-14), while Tony Parker totaled 16 points with 11 rebounds in a losing effort.

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Rockets beat Timberwolves to clinch playoff berth

Houston, TX (SportsNetwork.com) - The Houston Rockets clinched their third straight postseason berth with a 120-110 win over the Minnesota Timberwolves on Friday.