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National Championship Same-Game Parlay Odds & Picks: A 3-Leg Bet for Kansas vs. North Carolina (April 4)

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Andy Hancock/NCAA Photos via Getty Images. Pictured: Armando Bacot.

  • The college basketball national championship between North Carolina and Kansas is here, which means we have one more night to cash some bets.
  • Keg broke down a three-leg same-game parlay for this game, including picks for David McCormack and Armando Bacot.
  • Check out Keg's full bet below.

We’re back for more same-game parlay sweats in the final game of the college basketball season.

We didn’t cash any in the Final Four — but again, this is why we aren’t laying big units on a SGP.

We came up just short just about everywhere. Eric Dixon having a bad night all around really hurt, while Armando Bacot grabbing every available rebound in a six-foot radius pretty much took us out of the North Carolina vs. Duke game.

However, you push 100% of the bets you don’t make. With just one game left, there’s no reason not to go for it one more time.

Again, low-risk/high-reward is our best friend here.


Caleb Love Over 25 Points + Rebounds + Assists (-115)

Love showed out against Duke, putting up 33 combined points, rebounds and assists against the Blue Devils.

This is also a number he’s surpassed in three of his last five games.

Hubert Davis has shown he isn’t afraid to lean on Love in crunch time, as Love has shown his ability to perform. I think he plays a big role here in the final and gets this number home.


Armando Bacot 14+ Points (-185)

Bacot has averaged 15.4 points over his last five games. He may have posted only 11 against Duke, but he has surpassed this number in five of his last eight games.

Bacot had foul trouble and struggled to shoot against Duke — but I don’t think he faces the same issues here and can surpass a number that is 1.5 points lower than his set O/U.


David McCormack Over 10.5 Points (-120)

McCormack had a huge night against Villanova, scoring 25 points, but I don’t think this is recency bias. In fact, I think this line is low.

McCormack averages exactly 10.5 points per game on the season. But in the last two games, he has scored 25 and 15. He has definitely stepped up in a big way during the tournament, and I think that continues here.

Odds on DraftKings: +425 (1 Unit to Win 4.25 Units)

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