Get Your Basketball Betting on Point – March 9

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It’s March 9 and your basketball betting future is here. March Madness has already begun. Today, we will get our first automatic bid to the NCAA tournament. Several conference tournaments are already underway and the Ohio Valley Conference will play its championship game – Morehead State vs. Little Rock – tonight at 8 p.m. ET. That game is on ESPN2. Morehead State is a 2-point favorite. 

Get Your Basketball Betting on Point - March 9
The OVC championship game is tonight.

The college basketball betting problem that most bettors have is they simply don’t know enough about certain teams and conferences. If you simply blindly bet on tonight’s OVC championship game, you are setting up your basketball betting future for failure. If you don’t know anything about Morehead State or Little Rock, you might want to move on and find another matchup. Or, you can use the college basketball handicappers here at Sports Hub.

Basketball Betting with Sports Hub

So, you want to win on basketball betting. With all the conference tournaments starting and the NCAA tourney coming up soon, you want to take your basketball betting to the next level. The problem is that you don’t know where to start. Let me help you.

Become a member at Sports Hub (it’s easy and it’s free!). Learn how to search our picks database and find the best college basketball handicappers. These guys know basketball betting. Over the last 30 days, SWJ Sports, one of our exclusive handicappers, is 85-55 (60.7%) on 140 college basketball picks. 

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Sports Hub’s Top 5 CBB cappers over the last 30 days

If you had wagered $100 on each of SWJ Sports’ 140 college basketball picks over the last month, you would currently be holding $2595! SWJ Sports isn’t the only one that excels at basketball betting here at Sports Hub.

Al Grant has hit 65 percent of his NCAAB picks over the last 30 days. He’s up $1578. Madjack Sports, James Anderson, and Coach Rick are all up over $1000 for the month and each has hit at least 55.9 percent of their CBB picks over the last 30 days. SWJ Sports, Al Grant, James Anderson, and Coach Rick are all exclusive to Sports Hub. That means you won’t find them anywhere else in the internet stratosphere. 

Speaking of Basketball Betting

Since we’re on the subject of basketball betting, let’s take a look at yesterday’s Sports Hub handicapper leaderboard. Our top capper was Sas Insider, one of our partners from Scores & Stats. The Insider, like Sports Hub, has years of experience and numerous contacts in the sports betting world. Sas Insider uses all of its resources to make winning picks.

Yesterday, Sas Insider made 50 total picks. A total of 40 of those picks were on basketball. The Insider went 25-15 on those 40 picks. Here at Sports Hub, members can break it down even further and search for college basketball picks. Yesterday, Sas Insider went 20-9 on CBB picks and earned $973! If you want to improve your basketball betting, the Sas Insider is one handicapper that can help.

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Yesterday’s Top 5 handicappers at Sports Hub

Remember, all you need to access these Sports Hub handicappers is a membership. You can join for free and you can get started by clicking that big orange button at the top of this page. When you come back, we’ll check out how our handicappers did yesterday.

Here’s a recap of how our handicappers did yesterday.

  • Kickin’ ass and taking names: Sas Insider just unloaded yesterday with 32 correct predictions out of 50. The total haul was $1193, which moves Sas Insider back into the 30-day Top 5. Sas Insider is now up $1744 for the month. 
  • The Hawk strikes again: Sports Hub expert Mike Hawk also had a big day. He went 8-2 and earned $577, which would have been the top earner on most days here at Sports Hub. Mike is no stranger to basketball betting. He went 4-2 on his college basketball picks yesterday.
  • Experts go unbeaten: Bill Blatt, who has been on one recently, put up another great day hitting all four of his picks yesterday. Bill is another guy who knows his basketball betting. All four picks yesterday were either CBB or NBA. Bill is 13-8 over the last seven days on basketball picks. He is all over our leaderboards if you check the members’ area. Seth Cohen went 3-0 yesterday and added $330 to his bankroll. He’s 6-1 over the last two days and is up $1854 over the last 30.
  • SWJ again: Rounding out yesterday’s Top 5 was SWJ Sports, which went 11-8 and won $305. As mentioned earlier, SWJ Sports is the top basketball betting handicapper over the last 30 days. For college basketball bettors, SWJ Sports went 7-4 on 11 CBB picks yesterday.

Basketball Betting Today

Today’s sports schedule is a match made in heaven for those into basketball betting. It’s the final Saturday of the college basketball regular season. There are dozens of games which means there are hundreds of college basketball betting picks in the Sports Hub database.

Don’t forget about the NBA. The league does have games on the schedule today. Hockey is huge on Saturdays and there is also a full card at UFC 299 tonight. There is a lot to wager on today.

Let’s check it out.

  1. College basketball betting: Bettors can choose from numerous regular season games as well as conference tournament games in about a dozen or so mid-major conferences. There are several games featuring AP Top 25 ranked teams. Three big games pit two ranked teams together. No. 14 Kansas is at No. 1 Houston. No. 15 Kentucky takes on SEC rival and No. 4 Tennessee and No. 7 North Carolina faces No. 9 Duke in one of college basketball’s greatest rivalries.
  1. Pro basketball betting: With seven NBA games on the schedule, the basketball betting board is huge today. Boston is at Phoenix in today’s national broadcast being carried by ABC. Game time is 8:30 p.m. ET.
  2. NHL Saturday: Saturdays are always a big day for the NHL. There are 13 games today including an afternoon doubleheader on ABC. Carolina and newly acquired Jake Guentzel will travel and play at New Jersey at 12:30 p.m. ET. Pittsburgh, which traded Guentzel, is in Boston to take on the Bruins. That game starts at 3:00 p.m. ET.
  3. Top soccer: The world’s best leagues all have matches today. A handful of matches are already underway in the English Premier League. It’s the same in Germany’s Bundesliga. Bettors can also find action in La Liga, Ligue 1, and Serie A.
  4. MLS Saturday: The MLS season is back and it’s already Week 3. There are 11 matches on the schedule today. Inter Miami is not on the schedule. Lionel Messi and company play tomorrow.
  5. Spring training: There are 17 exhibition games in MLB today. Miami plays Washington tonight at 8 p.m. ET in the Dominican Republic Series. The game is at CACTI Park of the Palm Beaches in West Palm Beach, Fla.
  6. UFC 299: Sean O’Malley (17-1-0) takes on Marlon Vera (23-8-1) in tonight’s bantamweight main event at UFC 299. There are 13 other bouts leading up to tonight’s main event. Check out Sports Hub’s MMA picks in the members’ area.
  7. Men’s & women’s tennis: Both the men and women will continue play at the BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells, California. Round 2 action continues today.
  8. Golf: Wyndham Clark shot a second round 66 to put himself in the mix at the Arnold Palmer Invitational. Favorite Scottie Scheffler shot a 67 in Round 2 and is right near the top of the leaderboard. Collin Morikawa failed to make the cut. Round 3 continues today.

College Basketball Regular Season Coming to an End

Today and tomorrow are the final days of the 2023-24 college basketball season. Next week, it’s all about conference tournaments. Your basketball betting will kick into high gear from now until the beginning of April and the Final Four. 

College basketball isn’t the only thing trending. 

  • No LeBron, no problem: The LA Lakers played without LeBron James last night and still managed to beat Milwaukee 123-122 at home last night. D’Angelo Russell hit a clutch jumper with 5.9 seconds to play and finished with a career-high 44 points.
  • Dodgers shortstop: With Gavin Lux done for the 2024 season with a torn ACL, Mookie Betts moved into the shortstop role on Friday night and Dodgers manager Dave Roberts says the move is permanent…for now. 
  • Wilson talks with NFL teams: QB Russell Wilson will become a free agent when the NFL’s calendar year begins next Wednesday. In advance of that, Wilson has met with the Pittsburgh Steelers and the New York Giants. 
  • Big 12: The Big 12 currently has nine teams among the 68 in the latest version of ESPN’s bracketology. Houston, which plays Kansas today, could be the tourney’s overall No. 1 seed. The SEC is next on the list with seven teams.

Sign up for a Sports Hub membership to ensure your basketball betting over the next month stays on the right side of the action. Remember, our handicapper database is searchable. Find exactly what you’re looking for and, as former Raiders owner Al Davis used to say, just win baby! We’ll see you back here tomorrow.