Cleveland State vs. Wright State odds: Vegas legend picks Horizon League championship game
Cleveland State 12-22 this season, but on Tuesday 7 o'clock. The Vikings are played for immortality when they take the berth in the Right State for the ET Horizon League championship and the NCAA tournament. The riders (24-9), in their best season, opened by eight points, from the starting line 10. Over-dropped, from 133 to 130.
It is number No. 8 2 seed, but these two teams split the seasons series. You can not find many factors in the two teams' games, you can see what the sports line expert and Vegas legend Mecca Roberts say.
Roberts scored 10 against his last 15 college basketball spots. Part of his success: He worked for 18 years at the Las Vegas Sports Book Industry, stationing for 13 years as station casino's book director. He can spot a bad line from one mile away.
He analyzed Tuesday's horizon league championship at every possible angle and made a confident choice against the spread available only in Sportline.
The Wright State defeated Cleveland state a few weeks ago, defeating 72-63 at home, but the Vikings won their home court by 74-77.
CSU is short by oddsmakers all season. Vikings are 14-6 against the spread on the road and they are an underdog for each game from home.
In the Vikings quarterfinals, Top seed Northern beat Kenkie 89-80, then No.4 was defeated by Oakland 44-43 in a defensive fight in the semis.
Similarly, Riders defeated Green Bay 87-72 before facing Milwaukee 59-53 on Monday.
The Wright State has broken his bread at the end of the defensive, just 66 points per game, Tops in the Harrison League and 32nd in the country. Cleveland is not spectacular over the whole of the state, total crime is 284th and 238th for protection.
Roberts knows there is a tendency that determines which side of the spread hits.