UCLA, Arizona, Oregon. One of these three teams will win the PAC-12 tournament, and a dominant display could even lead to a No. 1 seed in the upcoming the NCAA Tournament.
Now the question is: which squad to go all in on? These experts below can provide you the answers.
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2017 PAC-12 Tournament Expert Picks and Predictions
|Steve Silverman||Oregon Ducks|
Picking a winner wasn’t easy for Steve Silverman of Bleacher Report. He was, however, sure of a few things—Oregon (+200) makes it back to the championship round and no lower-seeded teams will shock us with an upset.
Meanwhile, he chose UCLA (+160) to slightly edge Arizona (+200) to squeak its way into the finals against the Ducks. But the Bruins won’t have enough left down the stretch to take down Oregon, the defending PAC-12 champs.
|Henry Bushnell||Oregon Ducks|
Like Silverman, Henry Bushnell of Yahoo! Sports expects the reigning PAC-12 champs to march all the way to the championship round, but this time, the ones awaiting them is Arizona (+200), not the leading favorites Bruins (+160) whom Bushnell predicted to lose to sixth-seeded USC in the semifinals. That’s a pretty bold pick.
|Campus Insiders||UCLA Bruins|
The folks at Campus Insiders are going with UCLA (+160). They anticipate the Lonzo Ball-led Bruins to beat Oregon (+200) in the championship round. But don’t be surprised if Arizona (+200), instead of UCLA, ends up taking on the Ducks and potentially win it all.
We are going with the defending champions, as well. The Ducks (+200) have one of the best shooters and scorers in the nation in Dillon Brooks who averages 16.0 points per game on a staggering 52.6 percent shooting. Plus, Oregon has plenty of experience and other seasoned weapons to thwart the Bruins or Wildcats.
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