Apr 5, 2014; Arlington, TX, USA; Kentucky Wildcats guard Andrew Harrison (left) hugs guard Aaron Harrison (2) after defeating the Wisconsin Badgers in the semifinals of the Final Four in the 2014 NCAA Mens Division I Championship tournament at AT&T Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Robert Deutsch-USA TODAY Sports

2014 NCAA Tournament Championship Game: Kentucky vs. UConn prop bets

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In the world of sports, you can bet on almost anything.

When the world of sports is narrowed down to the final two teams, you can bet on even more.

The folks over at Bovada have been kind enough to send over their latest odds and props for Monday night’s National Championship Game between the Kentucky Wildcats and Connecticut Huskies.

 

NCAA TOURNAMENT – CHAMPIONSHIP GAME @ AT&T Stadium – Arlington,TX         

Kentucky          -2½      -140 (moneyline)           O 135

Connecticut       +2½      +120                             U 135

(Kentucky @ Connecticut) – Total Team Points – Kentucky       

Over/Under                   69

 

(Kentucky @ Connecticut) – Total Team Points – Connecticut  

Over/Under                   66½

 

(Kentucky @ Connecticut) – First Half Total Team Points – Kentucky

Over/Under                   32

 

(Kentucky @ Connecticut) – First Half Total Team Points – Connecticut

Over/Under                   30½

 

(Kentucky @ Connecticut) – Winning Margin   

Kentucky to win by 1-2 pts                     7/1

Kentucky to win by 3-6 pts                     4/1

Kentucky to win by 7-9 pts                     7/1

Kentucky to win by 10-13 pts                 7/1

Kentucky to win by 14-16 pts                 14/1

Kentucky to win by 17-20 pts                 15/1

Kentucky to win by 21+ pts                    12/1

Connecticut to win by 1-2 pts                 15/2

Connecticut to win by 3-6 pts                 5/1

Connecticut to win by 7-9 pts                 10/1

Connecticut to win by 10-13 pts             10/1

Connecticut to win by 14-16 pts             25/1

Connecticut to win by 17-20 pts             25/1

Connecticut to win by 21+ pts                33/1

 

(Kentucky @ Connecticut) – Team to score the first 3 Point Shot in the game  

Kentucky                      +110     (11/10)

Connecticut                   -150     (2/3)

 

(Kentucky @ Connecticut) – Total Made 3 Point Shots in the game      

Over/Under                   11

 

(Kentucky @ Connecticut) – Player to score first point of the game?    

Shabazz Napier (UCONN)           4/1

Julius Randle (UK)                     5/1

Aaron Harrison (UK)                   6/1

James Young (UK)                    13/2

DeAndre Daniels (UCONN)         13/2

Andrew Harrison (UK)                8/1

Ryan Boatright (UCONN)            8/1

Dakari Johnson (UK)                 9/1

Niels Giffey (UCONN)                10/1

Philip Nolan (UCONN)                12/1

 

(Kentucky @ Connecticut) – Total Points – Aaron Harrison (UK)           

Over/Under                   14½

 

(Kentucky @ Connecticut) – Total 3 Point Shots Made – Aaron Harrison (UK)   

Over/Under                   2

 

(Kentucky @ Connecticut) – Total Points – Julius Randle (UK)  

Over/Under                   15½

 

(Kentucky @ Connecticut) – Total Rebounds – Julius Randle (UK)        

Over/Under                   11

 

(Kentucky @ Connecticut) – Total Points – James Young (UK)  

Over/Under                   13

 

(Kentucky @ Connecticut) – Total 3 Point Shots Made – James Young (UK)     

Over/Under                   1½

 

(Kentucky @ Connecticut) – Total Points – Andrew Harrison (UK)         

Over/Under                   10½

 

(Kentucky @ Connecticut) – Total Assists – Andrew Harrison (UK)        

Over/Under                   4½

 

(Kentucky @ Connecticut) – Total Points – Shabazz Napier (UCONN)    

Over/Under                   18

 

(Kentucky @ Connecticut) – Total 3 Point Shots Made – Shabazz Napier (UCONN)       

Over/Under                   2½

 

(Kentucky @ Connecticut) – Total Rebounds – Shabazz Napier (UCONN)          

Over/Under                   5

 

(Kentucky @ Connecticut) – Total Assists – Shabazz Napier (UCONN)  

Over/Under                   4½

 

(Kentucky @ Connecticut) – Total Points – DeAndre Daniels (UCONN)  

Over/Under                   13½

 

(Kentucky @ Connecticut) – Total Rebounds – DeAndre Daniels (UCONN)        

Over/Under                   6½

 

(Kentucky @ Connecticut) – Total Points – Ryan Boatright (UCONN)     

Over/Under                   12

 

(Kentucky @ Connecticut) – Total Rebounds & Assists – Ryan Boatright (UCONN)        

Over/Under                   7

 

(Kentucky @ Connecticut) – Total Points – Niels Giffey (UCONN)          

Over/Under                   8

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