North Carolina vs. Kansas Odds: Betting Lines For NCAA Tournament Final

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The betting line on Monday night’s NCAA Tournament championship game has Bill Self favored to win his second title. As of Monday afternoon, Kansas (33-6 SU, 20-19 ATS) is listed at -4 against North Carolina (29-9 SU, 21-16-1 ATS) on most oddsboards, while UNC supporters can get +4.5 at BetMGM. The Jayhawks can be had for -190 on the moneyline at DraftKings and PointsBet, while Caesars and BetRivers offer the Tar Heels at +175 win outright.

The total sits between 151.5 and 152 around the betting market, after earlier wagering pushed it up to the 153 to 154 range from a 152.5 opener at Circa.

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It’s A Battle Of Blue Bloods

Monday night’s national championship game will feature two of college basketball’s most successful programs. Between the two, they have the NCAA Tournament nine times (North Carolina– six; Kansas– 3). They are two of only four Division I programs with 2000+ wins (North Carolina– 2,323; Kansas– 2,356).

Fans will likely see plenty of scoring Monday night. The Tar Heels and Jayhawks both have top 30 offenses (Kansas– 23rd; North Carolina– 28th) that averaged 78 points a game this season. Both are coming off 81-point nights in their respective Final Four games.

As for the defensive end of the court, the Kansas D has been stingy holding four of five Tourament opponents to 65 points or less. North Carolina held Saint Peters to just 49 in the Elite Eight and UCLA to 66 in the Sweet Sixteen. But Duke was able to score 77 and Baylor put up 86 (in OT).

David McCormack led the way for Kansas against Villanova with 28 points; Ochai Agbaji had 21 after going 6-7 from three-point range. Caleb Love was one of four players that scored in double figures against Duke with 28 points.

Also read: UNC-Kansas player props

 

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