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Oklahoma vs Virginia NCAA Tournament Second Round on Sunday: College Basketball Pick, Odds, and Prediction

The Oklahoma Sooners and Virginia Cavaliers meet Sunday in the second round of the college basketball NCAA Tournament at the Colonial Life Arena.

The Oklahoma Sooners search for another triumph subsequent to smoking the Ole Miss Rebels in round one. The Oklahoma Sooners are averaging 71.9 points on 44.9 percent shooting and permitting 68.3 points on 40.4 percent shooting. Christian James is averaging 14.4 points and 1.8 helps while Brady Manek is averaging 12 and 6.1 bounce back. Kristian Doolittle is the third twofold digit scorer and Aaron Calixte is getting 1.8 bounce back. The Oklahoma Sooners are shooting 34.4 percent from past the arc and 69.6 percent from the free toss line. The Oklahoma Sooners are permitting 33.4 percent shooting from profound and are getting 37.4 bounce back per diversion. The Oklahoma Sooners have lost five of their last seven non-home diversions.

The Virginia Cavaliers search for a trip to the Sweet 16 in the wake of getting away from an upset because of Gardner-Webb on Friday. The Virginia Cavaliers are averaging 71.8 points on 47.8 percent shooting and permitting 55.1 points on 38 percent shooting. Kyle Guy is averaging 15.6 points and 4.4 bounce back while De’Andre Hunter is averaging 15.1 points and 2.1 helps. Ty Jerome is the third twofold digit scorer and Braxton Key is getting 5.5 bounce back. The Virginia Cavaliers are shooting 40.9 percent from past the arc and 74.6 percent from the free toss line. The Virginia Cavaliers are permitting 27.2 percent shooting from profound and are getting 34.8 bounce back per diversion. The Virginia Cavaliers have won eight of their last nine non-home diversions.

Will update with trends once they’re released.

The Oklahoma Sooners beat the snot out of Ole Miss, while Virginia was 20 minutes from losing to a No. 16 seed for the second year straight. Be that as it may, someone will recommend not enabling either diversion to cloud their judgment. Oklahoma isn’t as good as it appeared in the first round, Ole Miss is simply horrendous protectively. Virginia additionally appeared in the second half how dangerous it very well may be the point at which it’s dialed in and playing ever ownership. Oklahoma completed the regular season scoring under 70 points in five of its last eight diversions, and none of those groups in the Big 12 are as compelling protectively as Virginia. The chalk isa bit steep and there will most likely be better wagering choices on Sunday.

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