- There are -135 odds for Matt Bradley to go over 12.5 points.
- Darrion Trammell has -110 odds to go over 2.5 rebounds.
- There are -165 odds on Micah Parrish staying under 1.5 3-pointers made.
SAN DIEGO – With just hours to go before the March Madness final between the San Diego State Aztecs and UConn Huskies, there are several SDSU player props to check out that could be of value. UConn is going into the game as a 7.5-point favorite.
Matt Bradley Player Props
Total Points – Matt Bradley
- Over 12.5 -135
- Under 12.5 -105
Matt Bradley has been the offensive leader for this San Diego State team all throughout the regular season and their March Madness run. He’s averaging 12.7 ppg on the year and has gone over 12 points in four of eight games since the start of the conference tournaments and March Madness games. He is also coming off of a 21-point Final Four appearance.
As for the defense, this is arguably the toughest defense that Bradley will face all throughout the tournament, but UConn has let six players go over the 12.5-point mark throughout their five games. Also, with online sportsbooks listing the Aztecs as a 7.5-point underdog, Bradley could be playing from behind most of the game forcing him to take over on offense even more.
Darrion Trammell Player Props
Total Rebounds – Darrion Trammell
- Over 2.5 -110
- Under 2.5 -130
Although Darrion Trammell is one of the shorter players on the court standing at just 5’10, he makes sure to get up and pull down rebounds. In four of the five games SDSU played in the tournament, he’s been able to go over 2.5 rebounds which makes it surprising that sportsbooks with NCAA Championship odds would even set his total that low.
UConn has also let at least one starting guard to go over 2.5 rebounds in every game during their tournament run.
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Micah Parrish Player Props
Total 3 Pointers – Micah Parrish
- Over 1.5 +125
- Under 1.5 -165
Yes, the longer odds do look enticing here considering how many three-pointers Parrish attempts each game, but don’t be fooled as UConn is one of the best defenses against the three-point shot this year.
The Huskies are 15th in the Nation when it comes to defending 3s with opponents shooting just 29.8% all year. They’ve also strengthened that number in their last three games with opponents shooting 25% from 3 in that span.
Parrish is one of the better 3-point shooters in the country at 36.3% but has done awful since the start of conference tournament games staying under 25% in four of eight games. That includes two outings where he went 0-7 and 0-5. He has also stayed under the 1.5 made 3s mark in five of eight games since conference tournaments started.
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