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2021-22 ACC Basketball Championship Odds: Duke On Top

Duke leads the latest ACC Basketball Championship Odds.

It’s the best time of the year: NCAA college basketball season! The ACC conference tournament may still be a few months away, but it’s never too early to start handicapping the ACC basketball championship odds.

In Coach K’s last ride, the Duke Blue Devils opened as favorites and sit at +200 to win the Atlantic Coast Conference. There are some other top teams in the ACC this year vying for some No. 1 seeds going into the NCAA March Madness tourney, with Florida State (+375), North Carolina (+450) and Virginia (+600) rounding out the top of the ACC basketball championship oddsboard.

Find complete ACC odds at BetUS and a breakdown of our best picks for this college basketball season below:

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Who Leads 2021-22 ACC Basketball Championship Odds?

2021-22 Odds to win ACC basketball
TeamOdds
Duke Blue Devils+200
Florida State Seminoles+375
North Carolina Tar Heels+350
Virginia Cavaliers+600
Virginia Tech Hokies+1000
Louisville Cardinals+1000
Syracuse Orange+2000
Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets+5000
Clemson Tigers+5000
NC State Wolfpack+5000
Miami Hurricanes+7500
Wake Forest Demon Deacons+10000
Pittsburgh Panthers+12500
Boston College Eagles+12500

Odds as of November 3 at BetUS

Can Duke Win It For Coach K?

While this year of Duke basketball will be punctuated by farewell videos and corny tributes to retiring coach Mike Krzyzewski, the Blue Devils are a legit contender and currently lead ACC basketball championship odds.

The Blue Devils had an awful season last year and have turned over much of the roster to earn their spot atop the ACC odds in 2021-22. Top newcomers like AJ Griffin, Paolo Banchero and Trevor Keels will be crucial. Banchero and Griffin may end up being two of the most talented players in the ACC, and they’ll probably have to be for Duke to win the conference.

The Orange Sleeper Pick

If you liked Buddy Boeheim-mania during the NCAA Tournament last year, wait until you hear about all the Boeheims at Syracuse this year. Alongside coach Jim and returning shooting guard Buddy, the Orange brought in Buddy’s brother Jimmy Boeheim from Cornell to play the wing for ’Cuse.

While Syracuse is clearly just stockpiling Boeheims, Buddy and Jimmy actually represent a solid core for a competitive college program. Buddy established himself as one of the best shooters in the country last year, knocking down 38.3 percent from beyond the arc and averaging almost 18 points per game. If Jimmy and new wings like freshman Benny Williams and Villanova transfer Cole Swider can fill in at the forward positions, this Syracuse team could be a dynamic scoring machine.

The key for the Orange, however, will be the play of big man Bourama Sidibe. Syracuse hasn’t had a solid center in some time, and missed Sidibe when he was out all of last season with a knee injury. The Orange desperately need rebounding, and the six-foot-10 Sidibe can bring it if healthy and productive.