Michigan barely made it to the NCAA Tournament, but made the most of its chances, knocking out Colorado State and Tennessee for the Sweet 16. The Wolverines nearly dominated their win, but didn’t get it. any respect from the bettors.
WynnBET Sportsbook currently has Michigan at +5000 to win the NCAA Tournament, dying last in the yard next to St. Peter’s.
But the Wolverines have won 4 of the last 5 as underdogs and have one of the best players in the country in Hunter Dickinson. Can they continue their strong play and what are they worth to win the national championship?
I wrote here why I liked Wolverines’ chance to knock Villanova down, but the case was simple: Wolverines scored inside, defended the three-point line and avoided a foul. Dickinson played superbly in their first two wins and there weren’t many defenders in the country who could hold him back.
KenPom has Michigan with the 19th best offensive power and the hardest offensive power in the domestic schedule, so their defense is battle-tested against the best of great basketball. study provides. An Elite Eight matchup against the winners in Houston or Arizona would obviously be tough, but the Wolverines were lucky to be able to catch one of those teams right after the duel. That game will be a slugfest and whoever wins will be tired in the Elite Eight.
We know that Michigan’s ceilings are high and they have the potential to catch fire from the depths. But it is their improved, tested defense and inner dominance that make them a worthy future play. At +5000 you can do a lot worse than taking out a potentially massive team as we head into the Finals.
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