March Madness 2013 NCAA Basketball Betting

2013 march madness betting for canadians

For basketball fans there is nothing like March Madness and the feast of college basketball betting action it brings! There are tons of Canadians playing key roles on teams in the 2013 NCAA tournament and we will preview the action for you including a full list of Canadians in the tournament! Also, find out the best site to bet on March Madness in 2013!

One team Canadians need to watch out for is #1 seed Gonzaga, who are starting two Canadian players; Kelly Olynyk (pictured above) and Kevin Pangos. The seven foot tall Kelly Olynyk has transformed himself into the premiere big man in college basketball and led the small school Gonzaga all the way to a number one seed, making himself the talk of NBA scouts in the process. Olynyk was born in Toronto, but later moved to Kamloops, BC in grade 7 and was scouted to play college ball for the nearby Gonzaga Bulldogs, who have their campus located in Spokane, Washington. If you want to bet on Gonzaga you can get paid 10 to 1 odds on your money.

Another team with key Canadian players is UNLV, who are a #5 seed and more of a longshot to win the tournament. Although Canadian Khem Birch is a major contributor, most of UNLV’s title hopes will rest on the shoulders of Brampton, Ontario native Anthony Bennett. Bennett is a big man who is a threat to score from the three point line as well as near the rim, and is projected to be a top five draft pick in the NBA draft. The current odds are 66 to 1 for UNLV to win the tournament!

Best Site to Bet on March Madness in 2013

The best site for Canadians to bet on March Madness in 2013 is Bodog! Canadians who sign up to Bodog can get a 100% deposit bonus (up to $100) and in addition will get a $50 bonus if they bet every day throughout the March Madness tournament! Bodog also offers college basketball player props for each game, this means you will be able to bet on the specific performance of Canadian players like Kelly Olynyk like points scored!

Odds to Win 2013 March Madness Tournament

Indiana #1
5/1
Louisville #1
5/1
Florida #3
7/1
Gonzaga #1
10/1
Duke #2
11/1
Kansas #1
11/1
Miami Florida #2
11/1
Ohio State #2
16/1
Georgetown #2
20/1
Michigan State #3
20/1
Michigan #4
25/1
New Mexico #3
25/1
St. Louis #4
25/1
Syracuse #4
25/1
Wisconsin #5
30/1
Pittsburgh #8
33/1
VCU #5
50/1
North Carolina #8
60/1
Arizona #6
66/1
Marquette #3
66/1
NC State #8
66/1
UNLV #5
66/1
Butler #6
75/1
Kansas State #4
75/1
Minnesota #11
75/1
Oklahoma State #5
75/1
Creighton #7
100/1
Memphis #6
100/1
Missouri #9
100/1
Notre Dame #7
100/1
UCLA #6
100/1
San Diego State #7
150/1
California #12
200/1
Colorado #10
200/1
Colorado State #8
200/1
Illinois #7
200/1
Iowa State #10
200/1
Ole Miss #12
200/1
Temple #9
200/1
Villanova #9
200/1
Oregon #12
250/1
Belmont #11
300/1
Bucknell #11
300/1
Cincinnati #10
300/1
Oklahoma #10
300/1
Wichita State #9
300/1
Akron #12
500/1
Boise State #13
500/1
Davidson #14
500/1
Harvard #14
500/1
LaSalle #13
500/1
Montana #13
500/1
New Mexico State #13
500/1
Northwestern State #14
500/1
South Dakota State #13
500/1
Valparaiso #14
500/1
Albany #15
1000/1
Florida Gulf Coast #15
1000/1
Iona #15
1000/1
Pacific #15
1000/1
Southern #16
1000/1
Western Kentucky #16
1000/1
James Madison #16
1500/1
LIU Brooklyn #16
1500/1

All Canadians Players in March Madness 2013

  • Bryson Johnson, Bucknell
  • Joe De Ciman, Colorado State
  • Jahenns Manigat, Creighton
  • Nik Cochran, Davidson
  • Kelly Olynyk , Gonzaga
  • Kevin Pangos, Gonzaga
  • Laurent Rivard, Harvard
  • Agunwa Okolie,  Harvard
  • Patrick Steeves, Harvard
  • Melvin Ejim, Iowa State
  • Naz Long, Iowa State
  • Troy Joseph, LIU Brooklyn
  • Junior Cadougan, Marquette
  • Nik Stauskas, Michigan
  • Maurice Walker, Minnesota
  • Negus Webster-Chan, Missouri
  • Stefan Jankovic, Missouri
  • Sim Bhullar, New Mexico State
  • Daniel Mullings, New Mexico State
  • Tyrone Watson, New Mexico State
  • Renaldo Dixon, New Mexico State
  • Taevaunn Prince, South Dakota State
  • Grandy Glaze, Saint Louis
  • Noel Jones, Syracuse
  • Anthony Bennett, UNLV
  • Khem Birch, UNLV
  • Dylan Ennis,Villanova
  • Chadrack Lufile, Wichita State
  • Nick Wiggins, Wichita State