College Basketball Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Saturday

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The Big 12 Tournament final is set to tip at 6PM Eastern Time from Kansas City as West Virginia meeting Kansas Jayhawks. Kansas has won all two meetings with West Virginia on the year. At home the Jayhawks won by eight and on the road to West Virginia it was a five point win. Kansas has won seven of eight as they blew past Kansas St in the semifinals on Friday 83-67 and covered as a -7 ½ point favorite. Another good shooting performance by the Jayhawks hitting 48.3% and they made 39.3% of their three point attempts. After a 13 point win to Baylor it was West Virginia holding off Texas Tech in the semifinals 66-63 covering as a -2 ½ point favorite. Mountaineers have won five of six games. Daxter Miles Jr had 22 points in the win for West Virginia. Kansas success against West Virginia goes beyond this year as the team has won three straight and five of their past six meetings.

Big East Tournament championship game airs on FOX at 6:30PM Eastern Time as Providence will battle Villanova. Providence reaches the Big East finals with back to back overtime victories. Friars posted wins by four to Creighton in the quarterfinals and by three to Xavier. Villanova is on a serious roll. They closed the regular season pounding Georgetown at home by 24. In the Big East tournament, it was a 24 point win to Marquette and by 21 to Butler. The teams split their two meetings on the season. Providence won by five at home with Villanova posting a 20 point home win.

On ESPN TV at 8:30PM Eastern Time it is the ACC Tournament final with North Carolina Tar Heels battling Virginia Cavaliers. The teams had one meeting with the Cavaliers posting the 12 point home win as they limited the Tar Heels to 49 points. North Carolina held off a late rally by Duke in the semifinals winning 74-69 as a four point underdog. Virginia has won seven straight after getting past Clemson 64-58 in the semifinals not covering as a -7 ½ point favorite.

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