NCAA Basketball Conference Tournament ATS Picks and, Odds: Pittsburgh Panthers vs. Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets.

Written and authored by NCAA Basketball March Madness Expert Analyst Al Presto. Charliessports.com produces it for Basketball news and notes.

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The (15-16) Pitt Panthers of the Atlantic Coast Conference will make the trip to the “EMPIRE STATE” for their first round ACC Conference Tournament matchup.

Pittsburgh takes on the (17-14) Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets also of the ACC in 2017 NCAA Basketball Tournament action.

Tip-off is 7:00 PM EST on the ESPNU Television Network. The game is on Tuesday. March 7, 2017.

Teams will play at the Barclay’s Center in Brooklyn, New York.

The best Sports Handicapper believes the Pittsburgh Panthers have had a tough time in the first season of Head Coach Kevin Stallings. The Panthers are struggling in 2017 after years of winning with Jamie Dixon on the sidelines.

Georgia Tech Yellow  must advance to at least the ACC Tournament Semi-finals to get in the 2017 NCAA March Madness Tournament.

If the “RAMBLIN WRECK” advances they will face an excellent Virginia basketball team.

The Opening Betting Line has the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets as a One-Point Underdog Against The Point Spread. The Betting Odds Total is 129-Points for Tuesday’s contest.

The Pittsburgh Panthers won just four games in ACC action this season and finished next to the last place.

However, the Panthers will have plenty of fans in the stands Tuesday in Brooklyn. Pitt lost badly in their regular season finale at Virginia last Saturday. March, 4th.

Pittsburgh is also on a four-game losing streak going into the ACC Tournament and are also 0-3 ATS their last three.

Senior Forwards Michael Young and Jamel Artis put up nearly forty points per contest for the Panthers on offense, which is almost fifty percent of the team’s points per game.

Stallings must hit the recruiting trail this summer. The former Vanderbilt head coach has access to some of the best talent in the nation. Stallings brought sufficient talent to Vanderbilt, and there is no way he can’t do the same thing at an ACC Institute.

The key to a Pittsburgh victory is to push the basketball at a fanatic pace and not allowing Georgia Tech to set their defense.

Bovada.Lv, list the Pittsburgh Panthers at +10,000 to win the 2017 Atlantic Coast Conference Basketball Tournament Championship.

The 2017 Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets have dropped four of their last six basketball contests.

Georgia Tech also has watched their March Madness Tournament chances fade away. However, a win Tuesday and an upset of Virginia in the next round will turn heads.

First Year Head Coach Josh Pastner is doing an adequate job in his first season. Pastner comes over from Memphis and must tap into the talent in the “PEACH STATE” to make his program into one of the elites in the ACC.

Georgia Tech has covered the point spread the last six times the teams have met, including a 61-52 victory this season. Georgia Tech has quality wins over North Carolina, Florida State, and Notre Dame this season.

Inconsistency has been an issue on the court for the Yellow Jackets this season.

Freshman Guard Josh Okogie is the team’s leading scorer, but Junior Center Ben Lammers is their best player at both ends of the court.

The key to a Georgia Tech victory is to dominate the post and be patient on offense.

Bovada.Lv, list the 2017 Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets at +10,000 to win the ACC Tournament Crown.

NCAA Basketball Conference Tournament Betting Predictions.

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