As we approach the final week of the regular 2022 NCAA men’s basketball season, action is heating up on the women’s side as the picture becomes clearer of what bets are checking ahead of the NCAA Tournament .
In WynnBET Sportsbook, the South Carolina Gamecocks are the favorites with +175 odds to win the women’s tournament. Together they had a really impressive year and lost just one game, a stunning 70-69 in extra time to Missouri. In addition, they cannot be reached.
Aliyah Boston is a doubles machine, averaging just under 17 and 12 while also breaking the all-time SEC record for most consecutive doubles.
USC ended the regular season on Sunday with a 71-57 win over Ole Miss to end the year 25-1. They ended their campaign with a best-of-season record, and won the top seed in the SEC women’s basketball tournament.
Before diving too deep into the women’s tournament, let’s take a look at the current odds to win at WynnBET Sportsbook.
While South Carolina is favored for good reason, that doesn’t mean the other teams’ values have suddenly evaporated. In fact, I think there are a couple of teams that created an attractive weak play to take the lead from March Madness.
Stanford at +600 is the first team that deserves to be marked here as a strong pick. Cardinal is the second-placed team in the nation behind South Carolina with a 23-3 overall record. Top scorer and assist Cameron Brink (13.6 PPG | 8.3 RPG) is one of only four Cardinals to have double the average this year.
One reason to like Stanford is that all three of their losses came early in the year against tiebreakers, including the No. 1 Gamecocks in a close 65-61 battle. They haven’t lost a game since December 21.
For those who prefer to stick with the classics, the UConn is also a pretty good value at +500. Led by incumbent AP Player of the Year, Wooden Award winner and Naismith Trophy winner Paige Bueckers, Huskies pose a very dangerous threat during tournament time.
This year’s team may not be on the same level as the program that won four consecutive national championships from 2013 to 2016; won 111 games in a row at a time. However, they are still a top 10 show and can do some damage in the league. The Huskies have reached the Finals four years in a row and are set for another run in the title.
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