Oregon vs. North Carolina Betting Line Settles in at Tar Heels -4.5

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Apr/01/2017

There have essentially been only two lines with the Oregon vs. North Carolina Final Four game leading into Saturday.  LIVE IN-PLAY WAGERING will be availlable for this game right up to the final second of play.

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After opening at Tar Heels -4.5, the line had moved between that number and -5.   

Action for this Final Four game has been balanced between both sides with little variance.

The total for this game opened at 150 and rose steadily to 152 as of Saturday morning.

Covers.com expert handicapper writes of this matchup:

‘These are two excellent offensive teams as Oregon averages 78.9 points per game on 48.3% FG shooting this season (versus opponents that allow just 72.2 ppg and 43.3%), while North Carolina averages 85.0 points per game on 47.2% FG shooting (versus opponents that allow just 71.1 ppg and 43.9%).  A key to this game will be pace as North Carolina likes to play fast, while Oregon has shown the ability win versus uptempo (Kansas) and slow tempo (Rhode Island and Michigan) teams in this tournament.’

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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