PropSwap Buys of the Week: NCAA Basketball Futures

Feb 17, 2022
PropSwap Buys of the Week: NCAA Basketball Futures

Cheers to a fantastic NFL season!

With the Los Angeles Rams earning a hard-fought 23-20 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals in Super Bowl LVI, it is now time to start preparing ourselves for the next major sporting event: March Madness.

Today we look at some fantastic college basketball futures on PropSwap, specifically, value plays on championship tickets for top-25 teams that are actually better than the open market.

PropSwap is an open marketplace where you can post tickets and make them available via a straight sale or a bidding process. In many ways, PropSwap is an eBay for sports tickets. It is the perfect resource for bettors who are looking to escape from an unfavorable bet or sacrifice a big payday to lock in a more modest gain. If you buy a ticket on PropSwap, it is sent to you via certified mail. If your ticket wins, it must be redeemed at a licensed sportsbook. The typical expiration date is six months or 180 days.

Each week I will examine what's available on PropSwap and highlight tickets to buy. Never used PropSwap before? Sign up today with promo code 4FOR4 to get a first-time deposit match up to $500 plus a Move The Line NFL t-shirt! (Example: Deposit $500 today, get an immediate $500 bonus for a total of $1,000 bankroll.)

Providence to Win the NCAAB Championship

  • PropSwap Odds: 107-1
  • Current Odds: +9000 (Consensus)
  • Ticket Cost: $465
  • Win: $50,267

That noise you hear is everyone jumping off the Providence bandwagon. The Friars failed to cover as 4.5-point home underdogs to Villanova, despite entering with a gaudy 21-2 record (11-2 in conference). The Providence detractors will cite their "unsustainable" record in close games, as well as metric deficiencies in selected categories.

Now is the perfect time to buy on the Friars.

The Friars are a veteran team, ranking ninth overall in the nation with an average of 2.73 years of experience, per They have solid guards who make free throws, an All-Big East level defender, a versatile 6-foot-8 forward who shoots over 42% from three-point range and a first-team All-Big East center in Nate Watson. That’s a very favorable profile for a team getting over 100-1 odds to win the National Championship.

This is rated as a “Best Price” by PropSwap, and is the perfect opportunity to take advantage of recency bias on Providence ticket holders ready to cash out. Why place a bet in the traditional market at 90-1 to win when you can grab 105-1 odds on PropSwap?

Gonzaga to Win NCAAB Championship

  • PropSwap Odds: 4.33 to 1
  • Current Odds: +400 (Consensus)
  • Ticket Cost: $205
  • Win: $1092

We win in sports betting on the margins.

We have a current ticket available on Gonzaga to win the National Championship at 4.33-to-1, slightly better than the +400 general consensus odds.

Gonzaga head coach Mark Few has been on the precipice of a championship for several years. The Bulldogs have reached two NCAA Championship games in the past five seasons. They are the No. 1 ranked team in the country (again) and have the perfect metric balance on both ends of the floor. Gonzaga ranks second overall in adjusted offensive efficiency and seventh overall in adjusted defensive efficiency, per KenPom. With National Player of the Year candidate Drew Timme and scintillating freshman Chet Holmgren, this 4.33-1 ticket is absolutely worth consideration for over a $1,000 payday.

Getting above 4-1 odds with the current best team in college basketball is an amazing value.

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