College basketball games are shown on ESPN, CBS, CBS SPORTS NETWORK, FoxSports, TBS, TNT, USA, and a number of streaming platforms.

Overtime in college basketball is only 5 minutes. If the game is still tied, then another 5 minutes are played until someone eventually wins a 5-minute segment.

The games consists of 2 20-minute halves.

Yes, overtime counts towards your bet on spread or point total.

The spread represents the expected margin of the game. Do you want the underdog and the extra points or do you think the favorite will win by more than the expected margin.

You can use a sportsbook like Draftkings, FanDuel, BetMGM, etc. to place single game bets, parlays, futures, or round robin bets. You can bet spread, moneyline, or point total for any college basketball game.

The evaluation process isolates every player’s performance on every single play and then contextualizes that performance based off of opponent, time/score, historical data, and other factors.

We are measuring impact not talent. We evaluate impact both quantitively (steals, blocks, charges, scoring, dribble-to-pass ratio, etc.) and qualitatively (shot quality, passing quality, offensive rebounding impact, on-ball defense quality, decision-making quality, etc.).

We have historical records for tens of thousands of players over the last 5+ seasons.

We have historical records over the last 5+ years each with thousands of players. These records allow us to accurately identify the most similar players in terms of their performance impact and style of play.

Sometimes good shots are missed. Sometimes bad shots are made. A team’s field goal percentage only tells half the story – the percentage of shots that are made. It’s time we start quantifying the shot itself and not just the result.

We developed a proprietary and innovative metric called ShotQ that will quantify team’s offensive and defensive shot quality. ShotQ evaluates the type of shot, defender distance, location of the shot, and more to measure the quality of the shot.

It incorporates many of the same variables we use when we yell out “Why?!” or “NO!” after we see our player attempt a bad shot.

We conducted an extensive study to determine the biggest factor in wins. The analysis showed that 82% of games are won by the team that shot the higher eFG% in the game.

The problem with eFG% is that the metric only captures the shot results. In games, it is better to measure shooting based off shot quality than it is eFG%. Shot quality is process-based, while eFG% is results-based.