March Madness Sweet 16 Picks and, Odds For Thursday. March 23, 2017: Michigan Wolverines vs. Oregon Ducks.

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

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The (26-11) and Number Seven-Seed Michigan Wolverines of the Big-Ten Conference will be in the “SHOW ME STATE” for their Sweet Sixteen Midwest Region matchup. Michigan takes on the (31-5) and third seed Oregon Ducks of the PAC Twelve in 2017 March Madness Sweet 16 action.

Tip-off is 7:05 PM EST on the CBS Television Network. The game is on Thursday. March 23, 2017. The teams will play at the Sprint Center in downtown Kansas City, Missouri.

The best Sports Handicapper believes the Michigan Wolverines are wearing the “CINDERELLA SLIPPERS” in the 2017 NCAA Tournament. Michigan has the momentum, and they believe they can get to Phoenix. Oregon lost its inside presence, but players are coming to the forefront. Oregon has more talent on their roster but must expose weaknesses in player matchups.

The Opening Betting Line has Michigan as a One-Point Favorite Against The Point Spread on a neutral court. The Betting Odds Total is 146 And A Half Points for Thursday’s contest.

The 2017 Michigan Wolverines seniors are playing the best basketball of their careers since being in Ann Arbor. Michigan stormed through the Big Ten Conference Tournament.

The team is also playing near flawless basketball in the March Madness Tournament. The Wolverines have taken care of Oklahoma State and Louisville as underdogs in both contests.

Our mistake the Wolverines started out as a “DOG” to Oklahoma State but ended up being the favorite.

Detroit native Derrick Walton Jr. Is taken his game to another level and is maturing in the process. Indiana product Zak Irvin is also coming up big in the postseason.

Head Coach John Beilein is having flashbacks of this 2013 team which reached the final game before bowing to Louisville in the National title contest.

The key to a Wolverines victory Thursday is to play without a worry in the world. The attitude has gotten the team to this points and expectations are great.

Bovada.Lv, list the Michigan Wolverines at +1,600 to win the 2017 NCAA Basketball Tournament.
The Oregon Ducks lost to Arizona in the Pac-Twelve Conference Tournament. However, it did not matter as the Ducks secured a three seed.

The loss of forwarding Chris Boucher has not reared it’s ugly head so far. As a matter of fact, the Ducks are getting back to doing what they do best, and that is pushing the basketball up the court at a fast pace.

Dillon Brooks and Tyler Dorsey are showing why they are next level basketball players with range on their jump shots as well as ball handling skills.

Head Coach Dana Altman understands the intangibles of the March Madness.

The Ducks are more talented than Michigan but can they play as loose as the Wolverines on Thursday.

Oregon was one game from going to the Final Four just a year ago and lost badly to Oklahoma.

The coaching staff must emphasize the lack of importance of their matchup vs. Michigan. Instead, the staff should let players know the larger picture of living life at the moment and having fun.

Bovada.Lv, list the Oregon Ducks at +1,800 to win the 2017 NCAA Basketball March Madness Title.

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