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2020 March Madness Odds: Super Early Look into the Future

Tread Lightly with Kentucky

Kentucky had a successful 2018-19 effort, putting with a 30-7 record en route to an Elite Eight berth before falling to Auburn in overtime. Undoubtedly head coach John Calipari will possess the Wildcats playing at a high degree, but he’ll have to enter the season with rather a different appearance. Four of Kentucky’s starting five will be likely to graduate or be drafted in the NBA as Reid Travis is a senior and P.J. Washington, Keldon Johnson and Tyler Herro will likely be going pro.
All isn’t lost, however, as the Wildcats have already done a good job recruitment for the upcoming season, procuring two 2019 McDonald’s All-Americans, shooting guard Tyrese Maxey and little forward Khalil Whitney. I expect sophomores Immanuel Quickley and E.J. Montgomery to lead the fee and will work well with the incoming freshmen. With their new look, I would be hesitant to lay a wager on this club in +500 at this stage.
Kansas Could be Well-Balanced and Experienced
Kansas had a very interesting 2018-19, revealing flashes of brilliance and being rated in the top five at the AP poll for eight months, including two weeks at the top place. The Jayhawks finished the year with a 26-10 record, falling to Auburn in the Round of 32. Kansas was a Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde club as it came to home and away splits, going a perfect 16-0 in Allen Fieldhouse but just 3-8 in true road games — quite confusing results.
The Jayhawks had to battle losing guard Lagerald Vick for its season in February. He is a senior and will not be back . Junior centre Udoka Azubuike and nine matches played . But Kansas, despite those huge holes in the frontcourt and backcourt needed a Round of 32 appearance. The Jayhawks should be feisty this forthcoming season as I don’t expect Azubuike to be drafted and Vick will be their only loss, so odds of +2000 provide decent price.

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