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Wednesday’s NCAA Basketball Sharp Money Report & Free Picks

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Now that Wednesday’s NCAA basketball betting market has sufficient liquidity, Oskeim Sports and its sources throughout the nation have isolated several college basketball games that have attracted substantial money from professional (i.e. sharp) sports bettors:

NCAA Basketball Teams Attracting Sharp Money:

  • Rotation #726: Purdue (+2)
  • Rotation #742: Ball State (+6)
  • Rotation #764: Texas (-6)
  • Rotation #772: Illinois-Chicago (+4)
  • Rotation #785: Creighton (+13.5)
  • Rotation #788: Wyoming (-2.5)

The NCAA basketball games from the above-referenced list that appears to be extremely attractive from a value standpoint is Purdue.  The Boilermakers have won three straight and are looking a third win in their last four games against nationally-ranked opponents.  Motivation is at an all-time high in that no current Purdue players has ever defeated Ohio State.

Meanwhile, Ohio State is an entirely different team away from home this season where the Buckeyes are 2-4 SU and 1-4 ATS and averaging just 67.5 points per game on 39.8% shooting from the field. Purdue is 10-3 SU and 7-2 ATS at home where the Boilermakers are limiting opponents to just 58.2 points per game on 36.4% shooting from the floor.

NCAA Basketball Teams Attracting Amateur Money:

  • Rotation # 725: Ohio State (-2)
  • Rotation #754: Davidson (-7.5)
  • Rotation #760: Notre Dame (-12.5)
  • Rotation #789: New Mexico (-4.5)

Not surprisingly, the vast majority of public/amateur bets on Wednesday have come in on favorites. Oskeim Sports has become the most trusted and successful sports advisory in the nation because its President and CEO, Jeffrey Keim, adheres to a strict Code of Conduct that puts the customer first. Oskeim Sports also provides unparalleled transparency and an unprecedented return on investment.

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