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Odds to Win TBT 2021 – Best Bets to Win This Year’s Iteration of The Basketball Tournament

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Dwight Buycks

Dwight Buycks ​​and the Golden Eagles are favorites to win the basketball tournament.

  • Golden Eagles emerge as favorites to defend their title while the basketball tournament is in full swing
  • After an early exit last year, Carmen’s crew returns as the second favorite while Sideline Cancer lags behind as they pursue their first TBT crown pursue
  • We have provided you with all the odds and trends while the battle for the basketball tournament title is hot

The Golden Eagles have yet to step onto the court for this year’s edition of the basketball tournament, but that didn’t detract from the squad’s position as the +370 favorite to repeat as champions.

The Golden Eagles, made up largely of former members of the Marquette Golden Eagles men’s basketball team, have grown steadily since their first TBT appearance five years ago, including trips to the finals for the past two years. However, the defending champion has to face major challenges this time.

Carmen’s crew, number 1 in the regional Columbus ranking, follows as a +400 second favorite, while last year’s runner-up Sideline Cancer follows as a +550 bet.

Here’s a look at all of the odds and trends as we begin the march to the final of the basketball tournament on Tuesday August 3rd at the University of Dayton Arena.

Chances of winning 2021 TBT

teamopportunities
golden eagle+370
Carmen’s crew+400
Eberlein ride+450
Cancer as a sideline+550
Böheim’s army+600
Team challenge ALS+700
Best Virginia+900
Zip ’em up+1100
After shocks+1300
Team 23+2000
Red scared scar+2500
House of ‘Paign+2500
Team Hines+2800
Brotherly love+3000
Bucketneers+4000
Mackey men+4500
ballinteres+4000
Florida TNT+5000
The money team+5000
Peoria All-Stars+6000
Wolf blood+6500
Heart fire+8000
Always us+9000
Blue collar U+9000
Category 5+11000
Always a brave one+14000
The overlooked+15000
The region+15000
Tubby time+20000
Brown white+25000
Autism army+30000
Ohio 1804+35000
The nerd team+50000
SCD tires+70000
Playing for Jimmy V+70000
Troops from Seoul+70000
Jackson TN Underdawgs+70000
Central American unity+70000
BC Vahakni city+70000
Biballers+70000

* DraftKings odds from July 20, 2021

Golden Eagles bring back championship core

The Golden Eagles return from last year’s championship team with their core largely intact. Dwight Buycks, Jamil Wilson and Elgin Cook are all returning this time around, supported by former All-Big East shooting guard Vander Blue, who has returned home from the Kosovo Basketball Superleague after a season with Golden Eagle Ylli.

.@dienertravis Wins #TBT for the Golden Eagles pic.twitter.com/BPiOv6OySm

– CJ Fogler #BlackLivesMatter (@cjzero) 15th July 2020

The Eagles enjoyed the advantage of a much smaller field at last year’s tournament due to the ongoing pandemic, but this time they are not as lucky. While the squad has a good matchup with the B1 Ballers, who are making their tournament debut as number 16 in the Illinois region, things get tougher very quickly for the Golden Eagles.

In addition to potential matchups with Team Brotherly Love, who have each reached the quarter in the last two years, the Eagles also have to fight with a greatly improved squad from the Boeheim Army.

Boeheim’s army of fascinating dark horses

Boeheim’s army consists mostly of former members of the Syracuse Orange and was to receive a big boost with the arrival of Chris McCullough and Tyler Lydon. Despite the addition of the talented veteran duo, Boeheim’s army still sees itself as No. 3.

We’re making his TBT debut at Boeheim’s Army and can’t wait to meet Chris McCullough (@briskuno) wear orange again !! 🍊🍊 # TBT2021 @The competition @InsideTbt pic.twitter.com/FQFsnepRAc

– Boeheims Army (@BoeheimsArmy) July 13, 2021

The club must also overcome past disappointments at the tournament, including losing to the Golden Eagles in the quarter-finals three years ago. However, a cheap tournament opening bout against the tournament debutants Forces of Seoul has helped bolster Boeheim’s army of respectable position in sports betting, where they still offer sizable value as a +600 bet.

Sideline cancer with a quick start

After the four-time TBT Champion Overseas Elite missed this year’s edition of the basketball tournament, the door has opened for several contenders to place their very first bid for glory.

Among them are two squads who have already reached the regional semi-finals. Sideline Cancer has much to prove after failing as an underdog in the championship game against the Golden Eagles last year. No. 22 seed a year ago, this year’s roster is perched as the best seed in the West Virginia area.

Led by former Central Michigan star Marcus Keene, Sideline Cancer has so far taken two wins in the 2021 TBT promotion, which was crowned by a 92-71 defeat of the No. 9 at Fort Wayne Champs on Monday night.

Watch Sideline Cancer vs. Fort Wayne Champs game highlights on 7/19/2021 pic.twitter.com/AkFvOyjZAQ

– TBT (@thetournament) July 19, 2021

Sideline Cancer will face the No. 12 Bucketneers will compete and will be different from a possible regional final date with No. 2 Best Virginia, a team of ex-climbers playing in front of fans in their hometown, are unlikely to be impressed.

Carmen’s crew seeks atonement

Carmen’s crew is ready to open their Columbus region schedule this weekend with +120 chalk to reach this year’s TBT Final Four, and for good reason.

The crew is trained by former Ohio State star Jared Sullinger and has a line-up dominated by former Buckeyes, including veteran shooting guard William Buford. The 31-year-old was honored as an MVP during the team’s march to the TBT crown in 2019 and is accompanied by the 2008 NIT champion and the two-time MVP of the French league final.

This year also marks the swan song for a key member of the 2019 World Cup squad. Aaron Craft has been named Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year twice and is expected to pursue a medical career by the end of this tournament.

The Carmen’s Crew: Aaron Craft, Keyshawn Woods, William Buford, David Lighty, Jon Diebler, Evan Ravenel, Kaleb Wesson, Shannon Scott, Lenzelle Smith and Jeff Gibbs.

Jared Sullinger as head coach and Evan Turner at GM. https://t.co/8Hl7HMU8rZ

– Colin Hass-Hill (@chasshill) June 14, 2021

In addition to their championship experience, Carmen’s crew also benefits from being the top seed in a budget category in their hometown. Assuming they manage to beat number 16 in Mid-American Unity, the crew will encounter one of two teams making their TBT debut this year. And their closest rival in the Columbus franchise, Red Scare, is a team they easily beaten in the Columbus Regional Finals two years ago.

Aiming to atone for last year’s early exit while she is reigning number 1 in the tournament, expect Carmen’s crew to storm through their home schedule on their way to a second TBT championship in three years.

The pick: Carmen’s crew (+450)

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