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NCAA Tournament Betting Free Play: Oregon Ducks vs. Wisconsin Badgers

03.22.2014     08:14 AM     Andrew Lange     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Andrew Lange

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Oregon +5.5 vs. Wisconsin O/U 145.5
Recommendation: Oregon


Oregon is clearly playing its best basketball of the season having won 9 of 10 heading into today's matchup vs. Wisconsin. Defensively and effort-wise the Ducks are finally performing up to their capabilities and coupled with an already stellar offense, this is all of a sudden a very complete outfit. They managed to hold BYU to under 1 point per possession the first round – only the fifth time all season that had happened to the Cougs. Wisconsin didn't have much trouble getting past American in its first round game but things won’t come as easy against the Ducks. The Badgers do a lot of things extremely well – particularly on offense – but defensively, they've been exposed on more than a few occasions. I go back to the Big Ten Tournament when the Badgers allowed Michigan State to run wild (83 points, 1.32 ppp). Also note that in their respective league play, Oregon was actually better (1.03 ppp allowed) than Wisconsin (1.05 ppp allowed) from a defensive efficiency standpoint. Obviously the Big Dance is going to bring out UW's best on the defensive end, but I think Read more


Tags: College Basketball Oregon Ducks Wisconsin Badgers Andrew Lange




College Basketball Gambling: Oregon more confident in post defense

03.12.2014     07:24 AM     Printer Friendly
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Oregon State vs. Oregon -7 O/U 148.5

One of Oregon's biggest weaknesses this season was interior defense. They ranked near the bottom of the PAC-12 in two-point field goal defense and offensive rebounds. But with the emergence of post players Waverly Austin and Ben Carter, the Ducks feel their days of getting beat up in the paint are over. That could very well be the x-factor of tonight’s game against Oregon State as the Beavers feature a very long and physical front court.


"He didn’t play much against us when we played them the last couple of times," OSU coach Craig Robinson said of Austin, who held his ground against Arizona State's Jordan Bachynski and Arizona's Kaleb Tarczewski last week in the Oregon sweep.

"They’re not as vulnerable in the paint so that’s going to be something new for our staff to deal with," Robinson said. "I’m sure they’re happy that he’s producing more."






Tags: College Basketball Oregon Ducks Oregon State Beavers




College Basketball Betting Free Play: Arizona Wildcats at Oregon Ducks

03.08.2014     07:21 AM     Alatex Sports     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Alatex Sports

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Arizona at Oregon +3 O/U 139.5
Recommendation: Oregon


This season ending matchup looks like an interesting one, and has completely different levels of importance to its competitors. For Arizona the result here means very little. At 28-2 the Wildcats are a likely #1 seed in the NCAA tournament and long ago wrapped up the regular season PAC-12 title. There is very little for them to gain or lose today. For Oregon, however, this could be a huge win for the revitalized Ducks. After opening the conference slate with a win over Utah back in January, Oregon dropped 8 of its next 10 games and looked like they were going to miss the Big Dance. However, they have turned it around and won their past six games, putting them at 9-8 in conference play and 21-8 overall. They could very easily be 13-4 in conference play as four losses were by exactly two points, including a 67-65 loss at Arizona on February 6th. A win here would solidify their position in the NCAA tourney and move them in contention for a 6th seed or better depending on how they fare in the PAC-12 Tournament. Three points here could be huge given Oregon's history of close losses, but I wouldn't be Read more


Tags: College Basketball Arizona Wildcats Oregon Ducks Brent Crow




College Basketball Betting: Oregon welcomes back point guard Artis

12.17.2013     10:28 AM     Printer Friendly
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UC Irvine at Oregon -13.5

Oregon point guard Dominic Artis and forward Ben Carter are expected to play (not start) tonight's game against UC Irvine after serving nine-game suspensions.


"We'll work them in," Altman said Monday morning. "We've set a rotation early on but we've only played nine games so nothing is set in stone. We're hoping that now we'll have a bit more depth so we can pressure the ball even more defensively."





Tags: College Basketball Oregon Ducks UC Irvine Anteaters




NCAA Tournament Betting Recap: Louisville gets lackadaisical, Kansas chokes

03.30.2013     07:42 AM     Printer Friendly
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Submittedby Stat Intelligence

In the first final of the night…the consensus “best team in the tournament” Louisville Cardinals started like a house afire. They had covered the 11-point spread by the second TV time out…on the way to leads of 24-8 and 26-10. But, to Oregon’s credit, the underdog fought back to as close as six in the second half.

And, as many of you are aware if you watched the game...officiating sure didn’t go Oregon’s way. Many borderline (or bad) calls went against them in a way that thwarted a bigger comeback. Louisville could very easily have let this game get away from them. The Cards were outscored 59-51 over about the last three-fourths of the clock time.

Everyone changed channels to watch Kansas finish things off against Michigan with a double digit lead. THEY BLEW THE WHOLE THING! Kansas was up 70-59 with 4:40 left. They went into a self-imposed deep freeze on offense even though they were shooting 60% from inside the arc against a very Read more


Tags: College Basketball Louisville Cardinals Kansas Jayhawks Michihgan Wolverines Oregon Ducks Stat Intelligence




NCAA Tournament Gambling: Oregon reaches Sweet Sixteen despite turnover issues

03.27.2013     08:40 AM     Andrew Lange     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Andrew Lange

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Oregon vs. Louisville -10 O/U 129.5

It is hard to win in March when you can't take care of the basketball. That is what makes Oregon's two tournament wins all the more remarkable. The Ducks coughed it up 18 times in their first round win over Oklahoma State and matched that number against Saint Louis. Overall, the Ducks had 10 more turnovers than their opponents yet won by margins of 13 and 17. Oregon was able to offset its high rate of miscues by playing strong defense, particularly against the three-point shot. OSU and SLU shot a combined 8-of-38, 21% from deep. The Ducks were also a combined +12 on the glass. The question now becomes can Oregon beat (or hang) with Louisville with 18 turnovers? Probably not. The Cardinals are obviously a menace defensively but don't ignore how strong Read more


Tags: College Basketball Louisville Cardinals Oregon Ducks Andrew Lange




NCAA Tournament Betting Free Play: No. 12 Oregon Ducks vs. No. 4 Saint Louis Billikens

03.23.2013     01:24 PM     Teddy Covers     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Teddy Covers

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Oregon at Saint Louis -4 O/U 125
Recommendation: Saint Louis


Saint Louis is real deal; the best mid-major team in the country right now (sorry, Gonzaga).  And the Billikens are as hot as any team in the country right now; 16-1 SU in their last 17 games, the lone loss coming on the road in overtime at Xavier.

SLU hasn’t just been winning – it has been killing teams!  Twelve of their 16 wins during this span have come by double-digit margins and none have come by less than four points; enough to cover Saturday’s spread.  We’re not just talking about beating patsies either – three wins over Butler, two over VCU, along with blowouts over LaSalle, Dayton and St Joe’s. 

And look at how well the Atlantic-10 conference has done here in the postseason! In the Big Dance alone, we’ve seen Temple’s win over NC State, VCU’s blowout over Akron, Saint Louis’s smackdown over Read more


Tags: College Basketball Oregon Ducks Saint Louis Billikens Teddy Covers




NCAA Tournament Betting Preview: No. 12 Oregon Ducks vs. No. 5 Oklahoma State Cowboys

03.20.2013     11:19 AM     ICC     Printer Friendly
Submitted by ICC

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NCAA Tournament - Midwest Region
Thursday, 1:40 pm PT, at San Jose, Calif.
No. 12 Oregon vs. No. 5 Oklahoma State
CRIS Opener: Oklahoma State -3.5 O/U 135
CRIS Current: Oklahoma State -3 O/U 135
Recommendation: Oregon


The Oregon Ducks, like most NCAA Tournament teams, had their ups and downs this season but much of their struggles can be attributed to having to adjust to being without starting pointguard Dominic Artis. He suffered a foot injury against Washington State on January 23rd. Prior to that game, Oregon was 16-2 SU and 9-7 ATS. Following the Artis injury, Oregon went into a mini tailspin going 4-4 SU but only 1-7 ATS. Since Artis’s return against Oregon State on February 28th, Oregon has showed signs of getting back on track including a perfect 3-0 SU run in the PAC-12 Tournament.

Artis hasn’t scored more than six points in a game since his return and he was scoreless in 13 minutes of action in Read more


Tags: College Basketball Oregon Ducks Oklahoma State Cowboys Ian Cameron




College Basketball Handicapping: Oregon's Artis expected back vs. Oregon State

02.27.2013     07:19 AM     Printer Friendly
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Oregon point guard Dominic Artis is expected back for Thursday's game against Oregon State – in a limited role. In his absences, Oregon went 5-4 SU, 2-7 ATS, and 4-5 O/U. In those nine contests the Ducks committed 15.4 turnovers per game and dished out only 10.1 assists per game. However, the ratio was significantly improved (45 turnovers, 41 assists) the last four games. So while the Ducks are certainly pleased to have Artis back, the experience of playing without him could help this team down the road.


“Hopefully, if things progress well, he will give us a few minutes on Thursday night,” Altman said. “It’s not going to be a lot (of playing time). It depends on the game and it depends on how he is feeling but I don’t anticipate him playing long.”





Tags: College Basketball Oregon Ducks




NCAA Basketball Gambling: California has had Oregon's number

02.21.2013     06:22 AM     Printer Friendly
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California at Oregon -5 O/U 138

February 9, 2008 was the last time Oregon defeated California. Since that time, the Golden Bears have ripped off 10 straight (7-3 ATS) vs. the Ducks. In this year’s first meeting in Berkeley, Oregon outshot Cal 47.6% to 35.6% but without point guard Dominic Artis (who won't play again tonight) the Ducks committed 22 turnovers and lost 58-54.


“The first year, they were just flat better than us,” Altman said of games against Cal in his three seasons. “Last year we had chance at their place, we just didn’t get it done.

“This year we had a chance at their place and didn’t get it done. We’ve had our chances.”






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