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2022 Final Four Parlays, Picks, Odds

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April 2, 2022 8:00 pm EDT

The NCAA Tournament is nearing a close and Saturday is the final four. Even though there are only two games taking place there is still plenty of value across the two teams to make some more money off college basketball before the season is over. Let’s take a look at a couple of Final Four parlays to make your weekend profitable. 

Kansas ML -195 / North Carolina ML +160 // $10 bet pays $29.30

If you like betting money line parlays this is the perfect one for you. Kansas and Villanova were pretty even with both teams at full strength, but the loss of Justin Moore is a big loss for the Wildcats. 

Moore was averaging 14.8 points and 4.8 rebounds before he was lost for the season with an Achilles injury. Kansas played their best half of basketball in the second half against the Miami Hurricanes, and they will find offensive success again in this game. 

The final scores for Duke during the tournament makes it look like they have cruised to this point, but that has been far from the case. They have been in a lot of close battles, and Duke has done a good job of closing out games. North Carolina has been blowing out teams left and right. The Tar Heels offense is going to be too much, as North Carolina wins this game outright. 

Ochai Agbaji over 19.5 points +19.5 / Wendell Moore Jr over 14.5 points +125 // $10 bet pays $56.63

Ochai Agbaji hasn’t had the best NCAA tournament, but he was a big reason that Kansas had so much success in the second half against Miami, and he will continue that success in this game. I expect Agbaji will hit three or four three-pointers, and that will be enough to push him to at least 20 points. 

Wendell Moore Jr has scored only 15 points or more once during the NCAA Tournament, but he is also going to have a bigger game in this one. Duke is going to lean on Moore Jr more in this game and I expect he will have quite the game. Moore Jr should finish with 20 or 21 points.

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