The No. 8 seed North Carolina Tar Heels (29-9) and the No. 1 seed Kansas Jayhawks (33-6) square off in the 2022 Championship Game on Monday night at 9:20 p.m. ET. Kansas is favored by four points at Caesars Sportsbook, while the Over-Under is set at 151 (see up-to-date odds for every game this week on our college basketball odds page).
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The model knows Kansas senior guard Ochai Agbaji is explosive when attacking the basket with a smooth jumper from the outside. Agbaji can create his own shot but has the vision to find the open man. The Missouri native leads the team in scoring (18.9) along with 5.1 rebounds per game. He also shoots 40 percent from downtown. In the Final Four win over Villanova, Agbaji logged 21 points, two rebounds and went 6-for-7 from three.
The model also knows North Carolina guard Caleb Love is a consistent scoring threat with a downhill play style. Love is fearless when driving down the lane and is also a streaky shooter from the perimeter. The Missouri native logs 16 points, 3.4 rebounds and 3.6 assists per game. In his last contest, Love produced 28 points, four rebounds and knocked down three 3-pointers.
Now, it has set its sights on North Carolina vs. Kansas. We can tell you the model is leaning Under the total, and it also says one side of the spread has hits in well over 50 percent of simulations! You ABSOLUTELY need to see it before locking in any college basketball picks.
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