NCAA Basketball: Top 10 “Win Total” bets to avoid for 2021-22 season

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With the NCAA Basketball season rapidly approaching, preseason expectations are starting to ramp up from media outlets across the nation. To this point, nearly every division 1 team in the nation has publicly released their schedule, and conference committees have formally released league-play schedules as well.

This is a huge piece of information now in the public purview, as fans and analysts can create a more vivid expectation for how their teams are expected to perform this year.

Accompanying those predictions is the involvement of the growing popularity of gambling on sports and specifically college basketball. WynnBET recently released win total lines for teams listed in their personal top-25 rankings. These numbers, while driven to create betting activity on one side or another, give fans a general idea of how Vegas thinks they will perform.

The unique aspect of WynnBET’s totals specifically is that they give consideration to each listed team’s performance in conference and NCAA Tournament games as well.

In having some time to review them, here are 10 lines to avoid and not overthink before season action starts.

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