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Tread Lightly with Kentucky
Kentucky had a successful 2018-19 campaign, placing with a 30-7 record en route to an Elite Eight berth before falling to Auburn in overtime. Undoubtedly head coach John Calipari will possess the Wildcats playing in a high level, but he’ll need to enter the season with rather a different look. Four of Kentucky’s starting five are very likely to graduate or be drafted into the NBA since Reid Travis is a senior and P.J. Washington, Keldon Johnson and Tyler Herro will likely be going pro.
All is not lost, however, as the Wildcats have done a fantastic job recruiting for the upcoming season, securing two 2019 McDonald’s All-Americans, shooting guard Tyrese Maxey and little forward Khalil Whitney. I anticipate sophomores Immanuel Quickley and E.J. Montgomery to lead the fee and will work well with the incoming freshmen. With their brand new appearance, I’d be hesitant to lay a wager on this club at +500 at this point.
Kansas May be Well-Balanced and Experienced
Kansas had an extremely interesting 2018-19, showing flashes of brilliance along with being ranked in the top five at the AP survey for eight months, including 2 weeks at the top place. Overall, the Jayhawks finished the year with a 26-10 record, falling to Auburn in the Round of 32. Kansas was a Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde team as it arrived to house and away splits, heading a perfect 16-0 at Allen Fieldhouse but just 3-8 in true road games — quite confusing results.
The Jayhawks needed to battle through injuries, losing protect Lagerald Vick for its summer in early February. He is a senior and won’t be back next year. Furthermore center Udoka Azubuike played with nine games . But Kansas, despite those holes in the frontcourt and backcourt, nevertheless had a Round of 32 look. The Jayhawks must be feisty this forthcoming season as I do not anticipate Azubuike to be drafted and Vick will be their sole loss, so chances of +2000 provide adequate price.
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