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North Carolina vs. Kansas Predictions: 5-Leg PrizePicks Play for National Championship

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Photo by Jamie Schwaberow/NCAA Photos via Getty Images. Pictured: Ochai Agbaji (Kansas)

  • Keg offers up a five-leg PrizePicks play for those that want to expand their "betting" horizon for North Carolina vs. Kansas.
  • All five are overs, but the three UNC props include Caleb Love and a Brady Manek "Flash Line."
  • There are two Kansas players involved with the five-leg bet, including Dajuan Harris Jr.

There’s a lot of gambling going on all over on the final college basketball game of the year. But don’t get wrapped up in all that gambling and forget about the game of skill that PrizePicks offers you, as well.

For the final game, I’m going with another five-leg play. Why? Because not only is it the last chance of the season, but PrizePicks is also offering a “Flash Line” for the last matchup.


What is PrizePicks? A daily fantasy operator — meaning they’re available in more states (30) than sports betting is! — PrizePicks offers a unique opportunity for action on player props in which you parlay two or more plays together.

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PrizePicks Five-Leg Play

Brady Manek Over 0.5 Points (Flash Line)

A “Flash Line” is a lowered line offered by PrizePicks to include into your plays. This is 96% lower than the real line of 16.5 points.

Even if you don’t go with the full five-leg play on Monday, you should absolutely pair this up with at least one other prop on PrizePicks and take advantage of this shortened line.

Armando Bacot Over 13.5 Rebounds

Bacot has posted 15 or more rebounds in four of his last five games — not to mention his player prop line at most sportsbooks is 15.5 (-145).

This is a great price on a great line.

Bacot put up historic rebounding numbers against Duke, and I don’t see that stopping here.

Ochai Agbaji Over 16.5 Points

It may seem like recency bias since Agbaji has surpassed this number in the last two games, but he is averaging 18.9 points on the season.

If Kansas is going to pull ahead of the Tar Heels, it will need a big game from its star, and I think he can get the job done here.

Dajuan Harris Jr. Over 3 Assists

Not only does Harris lead the team in assist percentage on the year, per BartTorvik, but he has stepped up when others have found themselves in foul trouble.

I think Harris will be a key player against UNC. Having averaged 71% of minutes, there’s no doubt that the opportunities will be there for him if he can make plays.

Harris has posted four assists in both of the last two games.

Caleb Love Over 23.5 Pts/Rebs/Asts

Love had an impressive game against Duke, posting 33 combined points, assists and rebounds. He has been on fire the entire tournament, though, averaging 25.8 points/rebounds/assists over the last five games.

I think this number is lower than it should be. Love to have 25 points/rebounds/assists is -115 on DraftKings.

I simply can’t pass up this line.

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Because of the Flash Line this PrizePicks lineup is limited to a $10 wager. But even then, $100 is $100.

If you are looking to wager outside of the Flash Line, I recommend swapping it with Manek Over 2.5 3-pointers. Kansas is ranked 25th when it comes to defending outside the arc, but Manek has consistently been able to find the bottom of the net from deep.

Even against Duke, he only managed 14 points, but was able to make three from deep.

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