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Pac-12 Basketball Tournament Odds: Colorado On Top

The Colorado Buffaloes lead 2021 Pac-12 basketball tournament odds.

The bracket is set for the 2021 Pac-12 Tournament from March 10-13 in Las Vegas, and sportsbooks have been busy adjusting their odds as a result.

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Colorado sits atop Pac-12 basketball tournament odds at +175 to be the last team standing according to BetUS. Right behind the Buffaloes are Oregon (+185), USC (+200), UCLA (+550) and Stanford (+1200) at the top of the list.

Oregon claimed its second straight regular-season title by finishing with the conference’s best winning percentage (14-4, .778). The Ducks have earned at least a share of four of the last six regular-season titles, with three No. 1 seeds in that time frame.

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Pac-12 Basketball Tournament Odds

Who Will Win the 2021 Pac-12 Basketball Tournament?
TeamOdds
Colorado+175
Oregon+185
USC+200
UCLA+550
Stanford+1200
Arizona State+2800
Oregon State+2800
Utah+2800
Washington State+6600
Washington+15000
California+25000

Odds as of March 10 at BetUS

Pac-12 Tournament Bracket is Out

With 11 teams eligible to compete in the 2021 Pac-12 Tournament, the event format has been adjusted to 10 total games featuring three first-round matchups on March 10, followed by four quarterfinal contests on March 11.

A pair of semifinals on March 12 and the championship on March 13 will cap the tournament. With top-seeded Oregon entering the tourney as the team to beat, USC (No. 2), Colorado (No. 3) and UCLA (No. 4) round out the top four seeds.

The first slate of games on Wednesday features No. 8 Arizona State vs No. 9 Washington State, No. 7 Utah vs No. 10 Washington and No. 6 Stanford vs No. 11 California.

The only predetermined game on Thursday is UCLA vs No. 5 Oregon State. Oregon will face the winner of Arizona State-Washington State, USC gets the winner of Utah-Washington and Colorado will meet the winner of Stanford-California.

Can UCLA Live Up to Preseason Expectations?

Last year, the storied UCLA program had a tough start to the season as the Bruins got dropped in nearly every game they played vs teams from Power Five conferences. This year, the Bruins, led by head coach Mick Cronin, opened the season as the No. 22 team in the nation and the +260 faves in Pac-12 basketball tournament odds.

The Bruins (17-8 overall, 13-6 in conference play) were hot on the heels of the Ducks (19-5 overall, 14-4 in conference play) and the Trojans (21-6 overall, 15-5 in conference play) all season long, but UCLA has hit a wall of late. 

UCLA is riding an ugly three-game losing streak into the Pac-12 Tournament, thanks to losses to Utah, Arizona State and Arizona. Whether the Bruins can shake off that ugly form and return the school to the glory of seasons past remains to be seen. 

Arizona State Enduring Season to Forget

What happened to the Sun Devils this year? Arizona State opened the season with a +265 chance to win the conference tourney – second on the oddsboard – but has since seen its Pac-12 basketball tournament odds plummet all the way down to +2800.

The Sun Devils, who’ve gone 10-13 overall and 7-10 in conference play, finished in fourth-last place in the Pac-12. ASU enters the Pac-12 Tournament on the heels of consecutive setbacks to Utah and Colorado.

Anything can happen on the hardwood in March, but it’s looking like Arizona State’s odds of making an unlikely run to the conference title are slim to none at this point.