Final Four betting lines, odds, prop bets

By Eye on College Basketball staff | CBSSports.com

Your friends at Eye on College Basketball would never advise you to wager $10,000 that Wichita State will defeat Louisville by 21 or more points in Saturday's Final Four.

But if you're going to make that wager anyway (legally, we presume), we think you ought to know that such a move, coupled with that horribly unlikely result, would equal an $800,000 payday.

Courtesy of Bovada, here are all your Final Four odds:

Final Four -- Louisville vs. Wichita State

Louisville: -10.5

Over/Under:133

Final Four -- Michigan vs. Syracuse

Michigan: -2

Over/Under: 131

Odds to win the 2013 NCAAB Men's Basketball Championship

Louisville: 2-3

Michigan: 13-4

Syracuse: 4-1

Wichita State: 12-1

2013 NCAAB Men's Basketball Championship -- Exact Matchup:

Louisville vs. Michigan: 10-11

Louisville vs. Syracuse: 7-5

Wichita State vs. Michigan: 15-2

Wichita State vs. Syracuse: 10-1

Final Four Team Props -- Louisville vs. Wichita State

Team to score the first 10 points in the game:

Wichita State: +150 (3-2)

Louisville: -200 (1-2)

Team to score the first 20 points in the game:

Wichita State: +170 (17-10)

Louisville: -250 (2-5)

Total Team Points -- Wichita State

Over/Under: 60½

Total Team Points -- Louisville

Over/Under: 71

First Half Total Team Points -- Wichita State

Over/Under: 27½

First Half Total Team Points -- Louisville

Over/Under: 33½

Winning Margin:

Wichita State to win by 1-2 pts: 16-1

Wichita State to win by 3-6 pts: 12-1

Wichita State to win by 7-9 pts: 25-1

Wichita State to win by 10-13 pts: 30-1

Wichita State to win by 14-16 pts: 50-1

Wichita State to win by 17-20 pts: 65-1

Wichita State to win by 21+ pts: 80-1

Louisville to win by 1-2 pts: 12-/1

Louisville to win by 3-6 pts: 5-1

Louisville to win by 7-9 pts: 6-1

Louisville to win by 10-13 pts: 9-2

Louisville to win by 14-16 pts: 13-2

Louisville to win by 17-20 pts: 6-1

Louisville to win by 21+ pts: 13-4

Final Four Team Props -- Michigan vs. Syracuse

Team to score the first 10 points in the game:

Michigan: -120 (5-6)

Syracuse: -120 (5-6)

Team to score the first 20 points in the game:

Michigan: -140 (5-7)

Syracuse: EVEN (1-1)

Total Team Points -- Michigan

Over/Under: 66½

Total Team Points -- Syracuse

Over/Under: 64

First Half Total Team Points -- Michigan

Over/Under: 31

First Half Total Team Points -- Syracuse

Over/Under: 30

Winning Margin:

Michigan to win by 1-2 pts: 17-2

Michigan to win by 3-6 pts: 17-4

Michigan to win by 7-9 pts: 7-1

Michigan to win by 10-13 pts:7-1

Michigan to win by 14-16 pts: 14-1

Michigan to win by 17-20 pts: 18-1

Michigan to win by 21+ pts:14-1

Syracuse to win by 1-2 pts: 9-1

Syracuse to win by 3-6 pts: 5-1

Syracuse to win by 7-9 pts: 9-1

Syracuse to win by 10-13 pts: 10-1

Syracuse to win by 14-16 pts: 22-1

Syracuse to win by 17-20 pts: 25-1

Final Four Player Props

Wichita State vs. Louisville

Total Points - Carl Hall (Wichita State)
Over/Under 11½

Total Rebounds - Carl Hall (Wichita State)
Over/Under 6½

Total Points - Cleanthony Early (Wichita State)
Over/Under 12½

Total Rebounds - Cleanthony Early (Wichita State)
Over/Under 5½

Total Points - Malcolm Armstead (Wichita State)
Over/Under 11½

Total Assists - Malcolm Armstead (Wichita State)
Over/Under 4

Total 3 Point Shots Made - Malcolm Armstead (Wichita State)
Over/Under 1½

Total Points - Ron Baker (Wichita State)
Over/Under 8½

Total 3 Point Shots Made - Ron Baker (Wichita State)
Over/Under 1½

Total Points - Russ Smith (Louisville)
Over/Under 19½

Total 3 Point Shots Made - Russ Smith (Louisville) Over/Under 1½

Total Assists and Rebounds - Russ Smith (Louisville)
Over/Under 5½

Total Free Throw Shots Made - Russ Smith (Louisville)
Over/Under 6½

Total Points - Gorgui Dieng (Louisville)
Over/Under 10½

Total Rebounds - Gorgui Dieng (Louisville)
Over/Under 9½

Total Blocks - Gorgui Dieng (Louisville)
Over/Under 2½

Total Points - Peyton Siva (Louisville)
Over/Under 10½

Total Assists - Peyton Siva (Louisville)
Over/Under 5½

Total Points - Chane Behanan (Louisville)
Over/Under 8½

Total Rebounds - Chane Behanan (Louisville)
Over/Under 6½

Total Points - Luke Hancock (Louisville)
Over/Under 7½

Total 3 Point Shots Made - Luke Hancock (Louisville)
Over/Under 1½

Michigan vs. Syracuse

Total Points - Trey Burke (Michigan)
Over/Under 17½

Total Assists - Trey Burke (Michigan)
Over/Under 6½

Total 3 Point Shots Made - Trey Burke (Michigan)
Over/Under 1½

Total Points - Tim Hardaway Jr. (Michigan)
Over/Under 13½

Total Points and Rebounds - Tim Hardaway Jr. (Michigan)
Over/Under 17½

Total 3 Point Shots Made - Tim Hardaway Jr. (Michigan)
Over/Under 1½

Total Points - Nik Stauskas (Michigan)
Over/Under 10½

Total 3 Point Shots Made - Nik Stauskas (Michigan)
Over/Under 2½

Total Points - Mitch McGary (Michigan)
Over/Under 13½

Total Rebounds - Mitch McGary (Michigan)
Over/Under 10½

Total Points - Glenn Robinson III (Michigan)
Over/Under 10½

Total Points and Rebounds - Glenn Robinson III (Michigan)
Over/Under 16½

Total Points - C.J. Fair (Syracuse)
Over/Under 14½

Total Points and Rebounds - C.J. Fair (Syracuse)
Over/Under 21½

Total Points - Brandon Triche (Syracuse)
Over/Under 13½

Total 3 Point Shots Made - Brandon Triche (Syracuse)
Over/Under 1½

Total Points - James Southerland (Syracuse)
Over/Under 13½

Total 3 Point Shots Made - James Southerland (Syracuse)
Over/Under 2½

Total Points - Michael Carter-Williams (Syracuse)
Over/Under 11½

Total Assists Michael Carter-Williams (Syracuse)
Over/Under 7

Total Points, Assists and Rebounds - Michael Carter-Williams (Syracuse)
Over/Under 23½

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