Michigan vs Michigan St. Sun, Mar 17
|*Community||MICHS +1.5 63%||u/132 50%|
*Consensus from 1169 predictions.
|105th||3 PT %||16th|
|5th||3 PT %||37th|
I like the Wolverines here. John Beilein has been waiting for this game for a week. His team has lost two straight to Michigan State but before that had won three straight. He will figure out a way to get his tempo and keep Goins and Ward off the boards. Simpson will play better against Winston and the team that had an easy game against Minnesota, will have the edge in this one against Sparty.60%
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***Michigan -1*** over Michigan State: Either the Wolverines complete a Big Ten Tournament three-peat, or John Beilein is getting beat by the same team three times in as many weeks. The former will be tough. The latter feels impossible. Following substandard efforts in back-to-back losses to its rival, the most efficient defense in the nation will continue its dominant run in the postseason. Over the past two games, the Wolverines have allowed an average of 51 PPG. Big edge on the defensive end of the floor for Big Blue.60%
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Michigan St. Spartans (60% consensus). Top-seeded Michigan State looks to put an exclamation point on another successful Big Ten campaign when it faces third seed Michigan in the conference tournament championship Sunday in Chicago. The No. 7 Spartans beat the Wolverines twice en route to their second straight regular-season title before knocking off Ohio State (77-70) and Wisconsin (67-55) in the Windy City to close in on their first conference tournament title since 2016... http://bit.ly/2B3Nh9W
Betting Prediction for Michigan Wolverines vs Michigan State Spartans on March 17, 2019, 3:30 PM ET
Free Betting Prediction: Michigan State will WIN , Cover the Spread , and the Total will go Over .
A battle between two teams from the Great Lake State as the No. 10 Michigan Wolverines look to down their in-state rivals the No. 6 Michigan State Spartans. Michigan is looking for its third Big Ten title in a row, while Michigan State is looking to win its first championship since 2016. The Spartans swept the two-game season series vs the Wolverines, but are a 1-point underdog in today's contest with the total opening at 130.5 points. Original matchup: http://bit.ly/2u8k1tQ