College Basketball Odds & Picks for UNC Wilmington vs. Western Carolina: Sharps, Systems Reveal Betting Edge (Wednesday, Nov. 25)
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College Basketball Odds: UNC Wilmington vs. Western Carolina
|UNC Wilmington Odds||-4.5|
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College basketball is back. And with it comes a slate of more than 100 games.
That’s both exciting and daunting. I mean, how could you be expected to analyze 100 matchups in an attempt to locate betting value?
Luckily, there’s a tool for that. It’s called the PRO Report.
By keeping track of market moves and public percentages, finding matches for our betting systems, updating with each of our experts’ picks and more, the PRO Report easily highlights the games offering value in the forms of …
- Sharp action
- Money-vs.-bet percentages
- PRO Systems
- Model projections (coming soon for CBB)
- Expert picks
Let’s take a look at one of the games it’s highlighting today.
Note: Data as of 8:30 a.m. ET.
College Basketball Pick: UNC Wilmington vs. Western Carolina
If not for the pair of lit-up signals below, this game would be just another one out of a triple-digit bunch. But we’ve found sharps and a historically-profitable system to be on the same side, so it’s certainly not.
Sports Insights Bet Signals serve as our measuring stick for sharp action. They get triggered any time there is a line move that is specifically caused by activity from the pros, and that’s happened quite a few times in just the past 24 hours.
Sharp action edge: Under
As for why the sharps may be on the under, history suggests they might be taking advantage of a game being played on a neutral site.
This one will be tipping off in Asheville, which makes it a prime candidate for our Neutral Court Unders PRO System that’s returned a 58% win rate on a sample of more than 500 games since 2005.
PRO Systems edge: Under