Final Four teams by the betting numbers

With the national semifinals this Saturday, we decided to look at all four teams traveling to Atlanta and their respective betting records this season.

Louisville Cardinals

Overall: 33-5 SU (Straight Up), 23-15 ATS (Against The Spread) 18-14 Over/Under

Postseason: 7-0 SU, 6-1 ATS, 7-0 O/U

Stats: Louisville has won its four tournament games by an average of 21.8 points.

Cardinals center Gorgui Dieng is averaging 11 points on 83 percent shooting, 7.5 rebounds, and 2.5 blocks per game in the tournament.

Wichita State Shockers

Overall: 30-8 SU, 19-14-2 ATS, 14-15 O/U

Postseason: 6-1 SU, 5-2 ATS, 5-2 O/U

Stats: Wichita State is holding its opponents to 34.4 percent from the floor in the tournament, way down from its season average of 39.3 percent.

The Shockers are shooting 75.8 percent from the foul line in the tournament, significantly higher than their season average of 69.8, and better than the other remaining Final Four teams.

Michigan Wolverines

Overall: 30-7 SU, 18-16-1 ATS, 21-14 O/U

Postseason: 5-1 SU, 5-1 ATS, 4-2 O/U

Stats: Michigan is holding opponents to 24.4 percent from 3-point range in the tournament, well below its season average of 32.3.

Wooden All-American Trey Burke is averaging 15.5 points and 7.8 assists in the tournament.

Syracuse Orange

Overall: 30-9 SU, 20-15 ATS, 15-18 O/U

Postseason: 7-1 SU, 5-3 ATS, 4-4 O/U

Stats: Syracuse is yielding 45.8 points per game in the tournament, way down from its season average of 58.6.

The Orange rank 131st nationally in field goal percentage at 44 percent.

To win NCAA Championship outright (courtesy of Bet365):

Louisville -138,
Michigan +300
Syracuse +475
Wichita State +1200

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