Introduction to NCAAB odds
NCAAB odds are odds for college basketball games; they typically come in the form of moneylines, spreads, points totals, and futures, such as which team is going to win March Madness. But while many sports offer player props, an especially attractive option for fans of the sport that are less experienced in the betting world, it is very hard to find player props in collegiate sports because of governing laws.
Team props are offered on a wider scale.
How to read NCAAB odds
In circumstances where there are only two outcomes, the one beginning with a “+” is considered the underdog and will have a more profitable risk-reward ratio; outcomes beginning with “-” are usually favored unless both outcomes begin with “-,” in which case the team with the lesser value (or greater absolute value) is the favorite.
Bets with more than two outcomes frequently offer positive odds— that is, values beginning with a “+”— and can be more profitable long-term. Alternate lines such as a custom points spread allow bettors to create their own odds for a chance at a better payout.
How to bet on NCAAB
College Basketball betting is especially popular in the Spring during the highly-coveted March Madness; however, the rules for betting remain the same year-round.
All that bettors have to do is submit an initial deposit (or use a free bet promotion, if available), click their favorite bet, and wager a specific amount. Bettors can also create parlays, which are bets with multiple stages, known as legs, which require all parts to come true, leading to a vastly increased payout. If any of the legs do not happen, however, the entire bet fails and no money is awarded.
Once you have filled out your bet slip, press submit, and then just sit back and enjoy the games.