Free Basketball Picks and, Odds For Wednesday. February 22, 2017: Louisville Cardinals at North Carolina Tar Heels.

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The (22-5) and Sixth-Ranked Louisville Cardinals of the Atlantic Coast Conference will be on “TOBACCO ROAD” for a conference matchup.

Louisville plays the (23-5) And Number-Eight North Carolina Tar Heels also of the ACC in 2017 NCAA Basketball action. Tip-off is 9:00 PM EST on the ESPN Television Network.

The game is on Wednesday. February 22, 2017. The teams will play at the Dean E. Smith Center on campus in Chapel Hill, North Carolina as part of an ESPN ACC doubleheader.

The best Sports Handicapper believes the Atlantic Coast Conference is the best in the College Landscape.

The Louisville Cardinals have length and athleticism which will give opponents hell in the NCAA Tournament.

The North Carolina Tar Heels find lights out shooter as we head into the month of March.

March Madness Experts believes the ACC could have two number-one seeds in the NCAA Tournament with Louisville and North Carolina frontrunners.

The Opening Betting Line has the North Carolina Tar Heels as a Six Point Home Favorite Against The Point Spread. The Betting Odds Total is 153-Points for Wednesday’s contest.

The 2017 Louisville Cardinals are in a second place tie with Duke in the best College Basketball Conference in the land.

Louisville is 2-1 both straight up and Against The Number the last two between the teams. Louisville is 5-3 away from home this season.

Head Coach Rick Pitino likes what he see’s in the 2017 Cardinals. The return of guard Quentin Snider is huge moving forward, and the staff hopes he regains his shooting touch in time for the Tournaments.

Louisville is 8-2 their last ten overall, and both losses came on the road. The Cardinals are also 3-1 Against The Point Spread their last four vs. North Carolina.

Pitino is a genius in the month of March and understands how to motivate his players. However, the Cardinals has not blown anyone away in the past few weeks.

Sophomore Guard Donovan Mitchell is the team’s leading scorer and must have a big game Wednesday if the Cards are to get the win.

The key to a Louisville victory is to play strong on the interior.

Bovada.Lv, list the Louisville Cardinals at +1,400 to win the 2017 NCAA Basketball March Madness Tournament Crown.

The North Carolina Tar Heels hold a one-game lead over Duke and Louisville in the Atlantic Coast Conference.

North Carolina is undefeated in Chapel Hill this season and wants the top seed in the ACC Tournament.

The Tar Heels have won their last two both straight up and ATS. North Carolina has lost two games in their last ten, both on the road to Miami and Duke.

Head Coach Roy Williams and his staff are sure the Tar Heels will get a favorable seed in the NCAA Tournament, especially with a home win over Louisville and Duke to end the regular season.

Point Guard Joel Berry must improve his outside shooting if the Tar Heels want to back to the Final Four. The Florida native has been inconsistent from beyond the “ARCH.”

Forwards Justin Jackson and Kennedy Meeks should be able to hold their own in the post.

The key to a North Carolina victory is to make open shots and take advantage of the home crowd.

Bovada.Lv, list the 2017 North Carolina Tar Heels at +350 to win the Atlantic Coast Conference Basketball Regular Season Title.

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