Wednesday College Basketball Odds & Picks: UMass vs. La Salle Betting Predictions
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- Casual college basketball aren't lining up to get down on today's UMass vs. La Salle 12 p.m. ET matchup.
- On the other hand, sharp bettors are finding plenty of value in the UMass vs. La Salle spread.
- See updated college basketball odds, including how the pros are playing this Wednesday afternoon game.
College Basketball Odds: UMass vs. La Salle
|La Salle Odds||+4|
|Time||12 p.m. ET, ESPN+|
While is still early in the 2020-21 college basketball season, matchups involving the UMass Minutemen are becoming popular targets for professional sports bettors — and therefore for our PRO Report as well.
Again on Wednesday, and in an early afternoon game no less, smart money is forcing significant line movement for a UMass college hoops contest, this time against La Salle.
Using The Action Network’s PRO Betting tools (test drive them right now for FREE!) let’s pinpoint the sharp side of UMass vs. La Salle on Wednesday afternoon.
College Basketball Picks: UMass vs. La Salle
UMass opened as a 2.5-point favorite over La Salle at BetMGM and sharps have been steadily pounding the road favorite.
Sports Insights Bet Signals concur, triggering a Steam Move on the Minutemen late Tuesday night.
Steam refers to sudden, uniform line movement across the entire sports betting market that is often the result of respected bettors playing the same side of the same game at multiple sportsbooks, all at once.
With smart money immediately flooding multiple shops to gobble up UMass at -2.5, oddsmakers had no choice but to push this spread up to a consensus of -4 (click here to track the latest college basketball odds).
The Action Network’s college basketball public betting data provides another key piece of information: sportsbooks are extremely heavy with UMass money.
At the time of writing, 90% of spread bets and 96% of the loot has come in on the Minutemen, illustrating just how significant the onslaught of UMass action has been to this point.