Alabama vs. UCLA NCAA Tournament Odds, Picks Predictions: The Sweet 16 Betting System Edge
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- Alabama and UCLA meet in the Sweet 16 of the 2021 NCAA Tournament on Sunday night (7:15 p.m. ET, TBS).
- While a lot of points are expected to be scored in this one, our PRO Report details why the underdog Bruins should be your play.
- Get the winning Alabama vs. UCLA betting system below.
Alabama vs. UCLA Odds
|Time | Channel||7:15 p.m. ET | TBS|
Sunday’s East Region Sweet 16 matchup between UCLA and Alabama is a fun one that will pit two teams capable of putting up big point totals against each other.
Alabama is the more impressive team, with likely future NBA guard Jahvon Quinerly doing a lot to help stir the pot (12.7 PPG, 3.2 APG) for a team with several extremely capable 3-point shooters.
The points will flow both ways, but the important question is: will the Crimson Tide be able to slow down the Bruins’ size on the wings?
UCLA is another one of the unexpected Pac-12 teams that got on a roll at the right time. The Bruins lost to Oregon State in OT in the Pac-12 Tournament and since then, wings Johnny Juzang and Jaime Jaquez Jr. have looked like absolute stars, with Juzang having multiple 20+ point games in the NCAA Tournament already.
This matchup could be a close one, and our latest PRO Report seems to reflect that sentiment. Let’s take a look.
UCLA vs. Alabama Pick
Sunday’s Sweet 16 matchup between UCLA and Alabama fits into our NCAA Tournament Defensive Teams PRO System, which has a 57% win rate and 11% Return On Investment (ROI) since 2015.
One of The Action Network’s top College Basketball experts is betting on UCLA.
PRO Report Pick: UCLA +6.5
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