The North Carolina Tar Heels will host the Pittsburgh Panthers this Sunday February 14, 2016. Where to bet? College basketball betting odds are available at Bovada Sportsbook, where you can get a 50% welcome bonus with your initial deposit.
The Tar Heels are home favorites with a point spread of -10. Over under betting line will be available soon.
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North Carolina comes from a victory on the road, against Boston College with a score of 68-65. Bets on the Eagles covered the point spread as +20.5 underdogs with the combined score going under the betting line of 144.5 points. Justin Jackson scored 20 points and Marcus Paige scored 12 points on Tuesday. Brice Johnson averages 16.3 points and 10.2 rebounds per game so far this season. North Carolina is currently 20-4 overall along a record against the basketball spread of 9-14-1.
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Pittsburgh lost for the second straight time, as visitors against Miami with a score of 63-65. Wagers on the Panthers covered the spread as +7.5 underdogs with the total score going under the betting line of 142.5 points. Michael Young and Damon Wilson scored 12 points each on Tuesday. Young averages 16.6 points and 6.8 rebounds per match. Pittsburgh has a record of 17-6 together with an ATS record of 10-10.
These teams last met on February 14, 2015 when the Panthers at home defeated the Tar Heels with a score of 89-76. Bets on Pittsburgh covered the point spread of -3.5.
- Panthers are 5-2 ATS in their last 7 road games.
- Tar Heels are 1-4 ATS in their last 5 home games.
- Under is 4-0 in Panthers last 4 road games.
- Under is 6-1 in Tar Heels last 7 overall.
TV: ESPN3, 1:00 PM ET
Where: Dean E. Smith Center, Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Prediction: North Carolina wins 75-69
Free Betting Pick: Panthers +10
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