Washington vs. Arizona, 2011 Pac-10 Basketball Tournament Championship Betting Odds & Prop Bets

The 2011 Pac-10 championship game will tip off at 3:00pm pacific today and the Washington Huskies are going off as an early three point favorite against the Arizona Wildcats. The two teams split their season series but Washington did dominate their home game, while only losing by a point at Arizona. I’m taking Arizona to cover, but I think it’s going to be a tight matchup.

Over at Bodog you can bet on various prop bets. You can bet on first team to score, first team to score ten points, first team to make a three, total made three pointers, total team points, total assists by Isaiah Thomas, total points by Matthew Bryan-Amaning, total points and rebounds by Derrick Williams, and total points by Lamont Jones.

Both teams will be in the NCAA tournament but that should not take away from the intensity level of today’s game. The Wildcats are a lock while the Huskies would seem to be in at this point. Washington is 22-10 with an 11-7 conference record. They lack some serious marque wins, but they’ve got some quantity over quality in their favor.

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