It’s time to play the transition game — that is, moving seamlessly from the end of the 2020-21 college basketball season to the 2021-22 futures market, which is now open for business.
As the popularity and legalization of sports betting continues to spread, all sports, not just football, should be on the minds of gamblers year-round.
Hopefully you can plan for next season’s college basketball futures strategy with a boosted bankroll after recently cashing a Baylor ticket.
But before laying down any money for 2022, begin the offseason by determining how you will play the expanding futures market. I believe in creating a dynamic portfolio that includes tickets on multiple teams and making multiple trips to the window throughout the season to take advantage of varying odds.
If books are slow to adjust odds on your preferred play, go at them again.