Top 25 Roundup in NCAA Men’s Basketball


Through visiting online oddsmakers sites like, you will lean NCAA men’s basketball top 25 roundup thus helping you understand the sport well. Here is an overview that you should know if you are a fan of the  sport:

Villanova 77 vs. Butler  67

Josh Hart had a total of 22 points with 12 rebounds while Kris Jenkins added another 20 points to make Villanova lead over Butler on last Saturday. In the end, it was their 7th straight victory for Wildcats with 24-3 and 13-1 Big East. During the match, Kelan Martin did score 19 points for the Butler making it 18-9, 7-8. It was a history made since Villanova have never played a number one team at Pavilion or Wildcats’ on campus home. However, Hart, who is leading scorer of Villanova at 14.8 points in every game, had struggled in the previous two contests by only scoring a combined total points of 11 on 3-for-15 wins in shooting in over Temple and St.  John’s.

Kansas 72 vs. Kansas State  63

Frank Mason III had scored 15 points, while Perry Ellis added another 14 to make Kansas escape with a satisfactory victory over the Kansas State after their big blow in the previous games. Wayne Selden Jr. who also scored 12 points for the Jayhawks in the 23-4, 11-3 Big 12 only needed a good jumper from the Devonte Graham to secure their first even win at the Kansas State in a period of three years. This was a massive win given their poor form on the recent  times.

After 3rd-ranked Oklahoma also beat tenth ranked 10 West Virginia early in the kick-off. In addition, Kansas had a 2-game lead over the Mountaineers, Sooners, and Baylor with only 4 games left to be played in the conference  race.

Oklahoma 76, vs. West Virginia  62

Buddy Hield did score 29 points to take a lead Oklahoma that had lost 3 out of four games. Oklahoma (21-5, with 9-5 Big 12) did stay close in a conference race, while tying the Baylor and Mountaineers for second place just behind Kansas. This will be a strong game given the quality of players that both teams have. Tarik Phillip took a lead West Virginia with a total of 17  points.

North Carolina 96 vs. Miami  71

Brice Johnson had scored 16 points with 15 rebounds as North Carolina team regrouped from a previous emotional loss to the rival Duke. This was a good performance after failing in the previous games where they were defeated by many other teams. During the game, Ivan Cruz Uceda and Angel Rodriguez all scored 12 points each to take a lead  Miami.

Xavier 88 vs. Georgetown  70

Xavier broke who open a very tight game by making a total of 12 of the first 13 shots after the first half time, while Edmond Sumner finished his a career-best with 22 points. After the struggle, they were able to get more points during the  game.

Iowa State 92 vs. TCU  83

Georges Niang scored 27 points, Abdel Nader had 24 and Iowa State held off TCU to move within a victory of its fifth straight 20-win season. Deonte Burton set season highs with 23 points and 14 rebounds for the Cyclones (19-8, 8-6 Big 12), who never trailed despite playing without center Jameel  McKay.

Texas A&M 79 vs. Kentucky  77

Tyler Davis has put back at buzzer by giving Texas A&M with a win over Kentucky after an overtime following a technical foul that cost the Wildcats on Isaac Humphries the lead in the dying  seconds.

St. Bonaventure 79 vs. Dayton  72

Jaylen Adams also matched his career high of 31 points after hitting big shots in that final 36 seconds to ensure that St. Bonaventure takes the first lead in the team  history.

Louisville 71 vs. Duke  64

Damion Lee had scored 24 points, which included three 3-pointers during the Louisville’s furious 2nd-half rally from a deficit of 13  points.

Georgia Tech 63 vs. Notre Dame  62
Marcus Georges-Hunt had scored on another short jumper with only 2 seconds remaining, thus lifting Georgia Tech with an important win over the Notre Dame on the night of  Saturday.

Baylor 78 vs. Texas  64
Johnathan Motley scored a total of 24 points on the 12-of-13 shooting thus taking a lead to  Baylor.

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