2017 March Madness Bookie Guide: Kansas Jayhawks

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Feb/28/2017

The Kansas Jayhawks may be ranked number one in the nation but a closer look reveals this team is just 10-17 Against The Spread, making for happy days for bookies located within the great state of Kansas and beyond.

The Jayhawks should go deep into the March Madness tournament but look for oddsmakers to shade the Jayhawks line heavily.

The prognosis is good for bookies whose clients placed future bets on the Jayhawks to win the Championship.

From ESPN.com:

You know why we remember the dynamic athletes who carried their squads to national championships -- Kemba Walker, Shabazz Napier, Carmelo Anthony -- via captivating performances? Because they're so rare. Kansas relies on Frank Mason III, perhaps the favorite to win the Wooden Award, like the Oscars counted on PricewaterhouseCoopers prior to Sunday's show. Without Mason on the floor, Kansas makes just 48.3 percent of its free throws and commits turnovers on one-quarter of its possessions, per hooplens.com (entering the week). They're championship-level with Mason. Early exit if he stumbles.

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