NCAA Tournament Championship Pick For April 8, 2019 Using PointsBet

Brian Sausa, Last Updated: April 8th, 2019 New Jersey Sports Betting Guide (2019)
NCAA Tournament Championship Pick For April 8, 2019 Using PointsBet

After 66 games in 18 days, there is only one contest left for NJ sports betting players to wager on before the college basketball season is over. 2019 March Madness finally comes to a close on Monday evening with the NCAA Tournament National Championship game as No. 1 seed Virginia takes on No. 3 seed Texas Tech for the right to cut down the nets in Minneapolis.

The PointsBet Sportsbook app is among many NJ sportsbooks seeing a ton of sports betting predictions on the title game. It was estimated before the tournament that $8.5 billion would be spent across the country during March Madness, and it will be interesting to see how much revenue NJ sports betting has generated on its own. Despite there not being traditional powerhouses in the championship game, it should still bring about plenty of wagering at places like PointsBet Sportsbook.

The line hasn’t moved much on the point spread or total, with Virginia currently -1.5 on PointsBet Sportsbook with an over/under of 117.5. Judging by the small line and low total, we should expect to be in for a closely-fought defensive battle between two of the best  in the country to do it.

Prior to filling out any NJ sports betting online slips, shop around all the NJ sportsbooks to find what suits you best. Be sure to take a look at PointsBet Sportsbook, which consistently provides reliable lines and unique markets for sports of all kinds, including basketball. At BonusSeeker, we use odds from PointsBet Sportsbook all year-round to make sports betting predictions.

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No. 3 Texas Tech vs. No. 1 Virginia Cavaliers (-1.5) - 9:20pm

According to PointsBet, the No. 1 seed Virginia Cavaliers are 1.5-point favorites over the Texas Tech Red Raiders in the 2019 NCAA National Championship game. Two of the country’s best defenses are pitted against one another to decide the NCAA Tournament, and players taking part in NJ sports betting online need to decide which side of the small spread they land on.

How Texas Tech Got Here

After winning a share of the Big 12 regular season title with veteran-laden group and a suffocating defense, the Red Raiders got a No. 3 seed in the 2019 NCAA Tournament and breezed through their first two games. They started turning heads after beating No. 2 Michigan, then handled top seeded Gonzaga to win the West Region and reach the program’s first Final Four.

Seniors Matt Mooney and Tariq Opens join NBA prospect Jarrett Culver as stars of a team that plays elite defense and gets enough offense  to skate by. They match up with Virginia extremely well and defend the three-point line as well as anyone, which could potentially neutralize Virginia’s two best players. They don’t score often but they score in bunches,  making them formidable against anyone.

How Virginia Got Here

The Cavaliers have had revenge on their minds all along because of last year’s NCAA Tournament result, and they’ve done an amazing job exacting it. They won a share of the Atlantic Coast Conference regular season crown before earning one of a No. 1 seed, still boasting perhaps the best defense in America. Virginia easily slices through the South Region until getting a near-miracle in an overtime win over Purdue to reach the Final Four.

Virginia only has one senior, but sophomore De’Andre Hunter along with juniors Kyle Guy and Ty Jerome more than make up for it in experience and these Cavaliers no longer get rattled in any situation. They’ve trailed at halftime or in the second half on several occasions this season, including in the NCAA Tournament. In the end, it’s smothering defense and timely shooting that usually puts them back on level ground. Once all things are even, Virginia finishes games as well as any team in the country.

The NCAAB Pick: This is the first title game for either program, which means history is being made tonight one way or the other. Admittedly, we didn’t think Virginia would be in this spot, but those making  NJ sports betting picks online who have backed the Cavaliers have been rewarded. Now, feel a bit like a team of destiny, that already would’ve been stopped if it was going to happen.

Still, we think Texas Tech is a better all-around team. They may not have destiny behind them, but they have an equal defense and an overall more consistent offense than Virginia. This team’s  road to the Final Four and beyond has been grueling, and their capability to finish the job can’t be overlooked. Take the free point and get even money on Texas Tech in the 2019 NCAA Tournament National Championship game.

NJ sports betting online players can also get Texas Tech +106 on the moneyline on the PointsBet Sportsbook app.  

Texas Tech +1.5 (+100)

 

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No. 3 Texas Tech vs. No. 1 Virginia Cavaliers (Over 119/Under 116) - 9:20pm

Teams rarely look as uncomfortable as they do against these two defenses, and the small NJ sports betting total on PointsBet Sportsbook proves that. The PointsBetting totals are Over 119 and Under 116 on PointsBet Sportsbook heading into the championship game.

While 116 is an extremely low number,  we have seen some painfully low scores from both of these teams throughout the NCAA Tournament. With them playing each other, it should be a war of attrition on offense for large stretches of the game. We’d expect one team, possibly, to reach 60 points as the defenses battle it out for the national title.

PointsBetting Pick: Virginia/Texas Tech Under 116

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Good Luck!

 

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