|March Madness has traditionally been a time for the best young players in the game to prove their big-game worth and attract NBA scouts. Names like Iverson and O’Neal turned their dazzling performances during the college tournament into national fame and fortune. |
This weekend, SportingbetUSA.com is watching several hot young players in key match-ups during the NCAA First and Second Round and through to the NCAA Finals. Sportsbettors that can spot the future superstars amongst the clout of players – whether their teams make the Final Four or not – stand to make wise bets this month.
“Right now in the Big Show you have several dominant players who are pulling in millions, even though their teams didn’t capture the grand prize when they played in this tournament,” says SportingbetUSA.com Brand Manager, Tony Delgado. “But they all had their moments leading their college teams. Who will be the players that step up this spring at crunch time and use their great play as a springboard to the NBA?”
Joakim Noah will be talked about more then once this spring if he leads the Billy Donavan Florida Gators to a Final Four appearance. With his athletic body and mind for the game, Noah could be enticed with millions of dollars to leave Florida early, as he is just a freshman. The Gators are listed at 25-1 at SportingbetUSA.com and if Noah continues to shine, this could be a great investment.
J. J. Redick and Sheldon Williams will get showered with attention during The Dance, but Duke’s 6-foot-10 freshman Josh McRoberts could play a starring role. Duke has taken on all comers in 2005-2006 and is currently 9-2 at SportingbetUSA.com.
The analysts will also rave about Connecticut’s point guard Marcus Williams or forward Rudy Gay, but keep an eye on their athletic forward Josh Boone,” said Delgado. “Just watch -- this guy will earn millions in the NBA. He’s a holy terror and understands the importance of DEFENSE!”