Oregon vs UNC Betting Line – 2017 Final Four

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Mar/26/2017

The Oregon vs. UNC betting line has opened at Tar Heels -4.5LIVE IN-PLAY WAGERING will be available for this game until the final second.

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UNC sealed the final spot in the 2017 Final Four with a victory over Kentucky Sunday.

North Carolina led for most of the game and the Wildcats didn’t get their first lead until 17:35 in the second half when they went up 39-38.

In the second half, seven-foot Australian Isaac Humphries scored 8 of Kentucky’s points in a 10-3 run to grab its biggest lead of the game.

The Wildcats, who had led only 18 seconds of the game, were up 64-59 over UNC with 5:03 left.

Utlimately, UNC marched back down the court and tossed it to sophomore Luke Maye, whose 2-pointer sealed the deal for the Tar Heels.

The Ducks on Saturday stunned number one seed Kansas with a 74-60 victory.

Tyler Dorsey poured in 27 points, Dillon Brooks added 17 to help Oregon advance.

- Ean Lamb, Gambling911.com

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