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Warriors Vs Cavaliers NBA Finals Game 3 Odds

Warriors Vs Cavaliers NBA Finals Game 3 Odds

The Golden State Warriors head to Cleveland up 2 to 0 in the 2017 NBA Finals best of seven series. In Game 2, Golden State rocked Cleveland 132 to 113. It’s do or die time for the Cavaliers. The game takes place at Quicken Loans Arena on Wednesday, May 7. Tip-off is scheduled for 9:00 pm ET.

The Golden State Warriors remain perfect in the 2017 NBA Playoffs. Golden State has not only won 14 straight games, but they’ve also covered in 10 of the 14. The Warriors have covered in 5 straight.

The Cleveland Cavaliers are now 1-4 ATS in their last 5 games during the playoffs. The Cavaliers have lost 3 out of their last 5 straight up after winning their first 10 games during the NBA Playoffs.

Warriors Vs Cavaliers NBA Finals Game 3 Odds

Golden State Warriors at Cleveland Cavaliers
When: Wednesday, June 7 at 9:00 PM ET
Where: Quicken Loans Arena, Cleveland, OH
Spread: Golden State -2.5
Moneyline: Golden State -140 vs Cleveland +130
Total: 225.5

Why The Warriors Will Win

Golden State might be unbeatable. The Warriors have dominated the first two games in every fashion. In Game 1, Golden State’s defense showed up. It held the Cavaliers to 34.9% shooting from the field. The Cavs shot 35.5% from three. Cleveland scored 91 points.

In Game 2, Golden State’s offense showed up. Cleveland pushed the pace. All the Warriors did was match Cleveland’s offensive intensity with 132 points from 51.7% shooting from the field. The Warriors also shot 41.9% from three.

Also in Game 2, Kerr returned to the bench to a rousing ovation, waving to the fans while back on the sideline for the first time since Game 2 of the first round against Portland on April 19 because of pain issues stemming from complications after 2015 back surgery.

Why The Cavs Will Win

There were moments in Game 2 where it appeared Cleveland could stick with Golden State. After the first quarter, Golden State was only up 40 to 34. Cleveland outscored Golden State by 3 points, 30 to 27. On their home court this Wednesday, the Cavs figure to bring it.

Don’t forget, this was the same scenario the Cavs were facing last year after going down 3-1 in the series until they won three straight to take the title.

NBA Finals Game 3 Analysis

So far, it doesn’t appear that Cleveland belongs on the same court as Golden State. But, the light switch went off last season for the Cavaliers. Could it go off this season?

I’m not positive it will. Still, it is never a smart bet to go against LeBron James at the Quicken Loans Arena in Believeland. He understands what must be done for the Cavaliers to beat the Warriors. A couple of wins and Cleveland’s right back in this thing.

There are two things the Cavs must do. First, they must get points from starter J.R. Smith. He has three points in the two losses and shot 1-of-4 from beyond the arc. Smith must start driving to the hoop, not get aggressive with his jump shot.

Second, LeBron must start posting up. Nobody can take him on the blocks. Right now, he’s playing at the top of the key or on the wing. The Cavs must take it to Golden State inside.

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NBA Finals Cleveland Vs Golden State Odds

The Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors are set to play their third straight NBA Finals showdown. With one title a piece, this is the mother of all rubber matches.

There are a few unanswered questions…

Will Kevin Durant and the Warriors avenge last season’s defeat at the hands Cleveland’s Big Three? Or will LeBron’s seventh straight Finals appearance deliver a second consecutive title to Believeland?

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NBA Finals Odds


  • Cleveland Cavaliers +220
  • Golden State Warriors -260

Exact series result

  • Cavaliers win in four games 35-1
  • Cavaliers win in five games 20-1
  • Cavaliers win in six games 6-1
  • Cavaliers win in seven games 10-1
  • Warriors win in four games 5-1
  • Warriors win in five games 5-2
  • Warriors win in six games 9-2
  • Warriors win in seven games 7-2


  • Kevin Durant 7-4
  • Stephen Curry 2-1
  • LeBron James 9-4
  • Kyrie Irving 10-1
  • Draymond Green 10-1
  • Klay Thompson 30-1
  • Kevin Love 40-1
  • Tristan Thompson 300-1
  • Andre Iguodala 300-1
  • J.R. Smith 500-1
  • Kyle Korver 1000-1

Game 1

Warriors -7

First quarter

Warriors -2¬Ĺ
Total: 57¬Ĺ

First half

Warriors -4
Total: 115


Cavs Vs Warriors NBA Finals Odds

The Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors throw down in the NBA Finals starting on June 1 at 9:00 pm ET. Game 1 and Game 2 take place at Oracle Arena in Oakland, CA, the home of the Warriors. Game 3 takes place at Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, OH, the home of the Cavaliers. Click here to bet this series now.

Golden State hasn’t lost a single game during the entire NBA Playoffs. The Warriors are on a terrific 12 game winning streak. Golden State’s record against the spread during the playoffs is 8 and 4. Cleveland has lost only one game during the NBA Playoffs. The Cavaliers are 12-1 straight up. The Cavs are 8-4-1 against the spread during the NBA Playoffs.

A Closer Look at How The Cavs Vs Warriors NBA Finals Odds

At 5Dimes, our oddsmakers have installed the Golden State as huge -275 favorites to win the best-of-seven NBA Finals series against the Cleveland Cavaliers. The Cavs are at +235 to win the series.

In Games 1 and 2 the Warriors are 7-point home favorites in both battles. In Game 3, the action moves to Cleveland where the Cavaliers are 2-point favorites.

What: 2017 NBA Finals
Who: Cleveland Cavaliers (12-1) at Golden State Warriors (12-0)
When: Thursday, June 1, 2017
Start Time: 9:00 PM ET 
Where: Oakland, CA
Stadium: ORACLE Arena
Game 1 Spread: Warriors -7
Game 2 Spread: Warriors -7
Game 3 Spread: Cavs -2 in Cleveland
Game 1 Moneyline: Cleveland +270 at Golden State -330
Game 1 Total: 225.5
Watch: ABC
Stream: Watch ESPN
Listen: Cleveland vs Golden State

Betting The Golden State Warriors At -275

Golden State was an Andre Igoudala blocked shot away from winning Game 7 in last season’s NBA Finals. If LeBron hadn’t blocked Igoudala’s shot, Golden State might have won the game.

The biggest issue the Warriors had in the NBA Finals last season was a lack of inside presence. Golden State has a legitimate big in Zaza Pachulia. They also signed Kevin Durant who is as electric of a scorer as any player in the NBA. Durant, along with Steph Curry, make up the best one-two punch in the league.

Betting The Cleveland Cavaliers At +235

LeBron James might be the best basketball player to ever step onto a basketball court. He doesn’t get the press that Michael Jordan got. He doesn’t even get the attention that Magic Johnson and Larry Bird got. But, he can do things that all three of those hall of fame players couldn’t do.

LeBron willed the Cavaliers to a 7-game series NBA Finals win over the Warriors in 2016. When LeBron is on, no player, not even Steph and KD, can deal with him. He’s that good.

NBA Playoffs + Indy 500

The Cavs are 1 win from facing their Western Conference counterpart Warriors for a third straight NBA Championship Finals. Standing in Believeland’s quest for back-to-back titles are the fiesty but shorthanded Boston Celtics.

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Game 6 of the NBA Eastern Conference finals is on Thursday, with Game 7 scheduled for Saturday if necessary. The Cavs are a huge 10-point favorite to punch their ticket to the NBA Finals on Thursday with tip-off scheduled for 6:30 PM.

Current NBA Playoff Odds

To Win The 2017 NBA Title

  • Warriors -263
  • Cavs +240
  • Celtics +250000

Cavs Vs Warriors NBA Finals Game 1 line (if/when they meet)

  • Golden State Warriors -7
  • Warriors -310
  • Total 226

Indy 500

If the NBA Playoffs aren’t enough to get your motor running this weekend, the Indy 500 runs on Sunday at 11 AM ET live on ABC.

Here are this year’s odds for the top 10 of the starting grid:

  1. Scott Dixon: 4/1
  2. Ed Carpenter: 12/1
  3. Alexander Rossi: 10/1
  4. Takuma Sato: 18/1
  5. Fernando Alonso: 18/1
  6. JR Hildebrand: 12/1
  7. Tony Kanaan: 8/1
  8. Marco Andretti: 8/1
  9. Will Power: 10/1
  10. Ryan Hunter-Reay: 8/1

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NBA Title Odds & More

The NBA playoff matchups are set and 5Dimes is ready to bring you the most NBA Playoff betting options anywhere. Click here for live NBA Playoff odds.

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The NBA Playoff odds point to a third consecutive Cleveland and Golden State collision, a rubber match. To the victor go the spoils. The odds of either the Cavs or Warriors winninng the NBA Title are -420. If you think an upset is brewing along the way, you can grab the odds of the field (any team other than Clevland or Golden State) winning the 2017 NBA Title at a value-packed +335.

The NBA Playoffs begin April 15th.

Odds To Win The 2017 NBA Title

  • Golden State Warriors -155
  • Cleveland Cavs +335
  • San Antonio Spurs +840
  • Boston Celtics +1975
  • Houston Rockets +2325
  • Toronto Raptors +3500
  • Washington Wizards +4000
  • LA Clippers +4500
  • Utah Jazz +6000
  • Oklahoma City Thunder +9000
  • Memphis Grizzlies +12500
  • Atlanta Hawks +22500
  • Milwaukee Bucks +22500
  • Indiana Pacers +22500
  • Portland Trail Blazers +27500
  • Chicago Bulls +27500

Key Dates

April 15: First round begins
May 1: Conference semifinals begin
May 16: Conference Finals begin (could move to May 14 or 15)
May 16: NBA draft lottery
June 1: NBA Finals begin

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NCAA Men’s Hoops Title Odds

The 2017 Final Four is set! This Saturday, April 1st, South Carolina battles Gonzaga, and North Carolina takes on Oregon.

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Odds To Win The NCAA Title

North Carolina +130

The North Carolina Tar Heels started the season at +2000 to win the Final Four. Now that the Tar Heels have made it, they’re the favorites at +130. The Heels stamped their ticket to a second straight Final Four by beating Kentucky 75 to 73 in the Elite Eight. The odds are much too low on North Carolina for me to place a wager on them.

The Heels committed 15 turnovers versus Kentucky. They also shot 20% from three against the Wildcats. I’m still wondering how North Carolina even made it to the Final Four.

Gonzaga +175

At the beginning of the season, Gonzaga was at +6000 to win the Final Four. The odds on the Zags are also too low for me to bite.

Gonzaga beat Xavier 83 to 59. Before beating Xavier, the Zags had struggled to a 79 to 73 win over Northwestern. They could only beat West Virginia by 3 points, 61 to 58, in the Sweet 16. I question whether Gonzaga dominated the Musketeers, or if Xavier bounced. Xavier went into the Elite Eight having gone 7 and 0 ATS and 6 and 1 SU in their last 7.  

Oregon +530

Oregon has improved from game to game in the NCAA Tournament. Their last win was by far their best. The Ducks held Kansas, a team that had scored 90 against Michigan State and 98 versus Purdue, to 60 points in a 74 to 60 Elite Eight win.

Before the season started, Oregon was +4000 to win the Final Four. At the odds, I think the Ducks are a great bet. Oregon has two-star players in Tyler Dorsey and Dillon Brooks. Plus, Oregon held Kansas to 20% from three and 35% from the field. Oregon’s defense is fantastic.

South Carolina +850

At the beginning of the season, the South Carolina Gamecocks were +60000 to win the Final Four. South Carolina wasn’t even expected to garner a bid to the Big Dance, much less win it.

The Gamecocks are a legit threat to take home the top prize at +850. They’re my second choice. What I love about South Carolina is how they’ve ratcheted up the offense. For most of the season, South Carolina played tough defense. But, during the NCAA Tournament, the Gamecocks have been offensive-minded while still playing great defense. They scored 88 against Duke, as an example.

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Sweet 16 Brackets

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March Madness Title Odds For Sweet 16 Teams

After 68 teams entered the tournament, sixteem remaining. Defending champion Villanova is gone. Duke, the favorite to win just a week ago, was upset by the upstart South Carolina Gamecocks. Perennial March Madness bridesmaide, Louisville was also denied a title shot.

Who is left?

Well, UNC and Kansas opened as 4-1 co-favorites to take home the NCAA Basketball Tournament title this year. Here are the remaining teams and their odds to become national champions.

Odds To Win The 2017 NCAA Tournament
UNC TAR HEELS 1 15-1 4-1
UCLA BRUINS 3 80-1 7-1
FLORIDA GATORS 4 100-1 18-1
BAYLOR BEARS 3 80-1 18-1
OREGON DUCKS 3 20-1 20-1

Bet The French Open? Yes you can!

Roland Garros two months away and the biggest story will be the return of Maria Sharapova from her suspension for performance-enhancing drugs. Reinstated in late April. Will that be enough time to get into clay-court shape before the French Open begins? While her betting odds to win the French Open are hovering at 14/1, sharps are staying wary of backing her. But if you have the inside scoop or a big win betting tip, don’t hesitate to bet now!

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What are the latest odds for the French Open Men’s singles?

  • Novak Djokovic – 13/8
  • Rafael Nadal¬†– 11/4
  • Andy Murray¬†– 3/1
  • Stan Wawrinka¬†– 8/1
  • Roger Federer¬†– 20/1
  • Kei Nishikori¬†– 20/1
  • Dominic Thiem¬†– 20/1
  • Nick Kyrgios – 25/1
  • Milos Raonic¬†– 40/1
  • Juan Martin¬†Del Potro¬†– 50/1

What are the latest odds for the French Open Women’s singles?

  • Serena Williams – 2/1
  • Garbine Muguruza – 9/2
  • Simona Halep¬†– 10/1
  • Angelique Kerber¬†– 12/1
  • Maria Sharapova¬†– 14/1
  • Petra Kvitova – 18/1
  • Karolina Pliskova – 18/1
  • Madison Keys – 25/1
  • Johanna Konta – 33/1
  • Agnieszka Radwanska¬†– 40/1

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Some believe¬†the odds of attaining a perfect bracket are 1 in 35,360,000,000.¬†Others, including DePaul University professor Jeff Bergen are predicting¬†it’s as¬†high¬†as¬†1 in 128 billion.

In 2010, Chicago-area native and teenager, Alex Hermann  ran the board for the first two rounds of the college hoops tournament. The odds of somone doing that?  One in 13,460,000.

Herrmann, who is autistic, picked all the wild upsets you and I didn’t see happening. UNI over Kansas. Ohio over Georgetown. Cornell over Wisconsin. The Sweet Sixteen turned sour for our intrepid bracket prodigy.

Butler’s upset over Syracuse derailed 17-year-old Alex Herrmann’s perfect run. He did accurately predict three other winners that night — West Virginia over Washington, Kansas State over Xavier and Kentucky over Cornell.

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NBA All-Star Extravaganza

While most major sports All-Star games are a snooze fest, the NBA’s All-Star game is pure entertainment. This year is no exceptions as there is no shortage of story lines leading up to the 66th playing of this game.

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NBA All-Star Schedule – All times Eastern (ET)

Friday, Feb. 17

10:30 a.m. | BBVA Compass Rising Stars Challenge Practice | NBA TV
12 p.m. | All-Star media availability | NBA TV
7 p.m. | NBA All-Star Celebrity Game | ESPN
9 p.m. | BBVA Compass Rising Stars Challenge | TNT

Saturday, Feb. 18

11 a.m. | Hall of Fame Announcement
12 p.m. | NBA All-Star Practice | NBA TV
2:30 p.m. | NBA D-League All-Star Game presented by Kumho Tire | NBA TV
7 p.m. | Commissioner Adam Silver media availability | NBA TV
8 p.m. | State Farm All-Star Saturday Night | TNT
Taco Bell Skills Challenge (first event)
JBL Three-Point Contest (second event)
Verizon Slam Dunk (third event)

Sunday, Feb. 19

11 a.m. | NBA Legends Brunch | NBA TV coverage begins at 1 p.m. ET
8 p.m. | 66th NBA All-Star Game | TNT

New Orleans will be hosting their third All-Star event after being relocated from Charlotte, North Carolina. This year was the first time NBA players and basketball media joined fans in voting for the starters.

The fan vote made up 50% while the current players and a panel of basketball media counted as 25% each. Previously, only fans voted for the starters for the Eastern and Western Conference teams.

Here is a look at the All-Star Game starting lineups:

Eastern Conference Starters:

Giannis Antetokounmpo, Milwaukee Bucks
Jimmy Butler, Chicago Bulls
DeMar DeRozan, Toronto Raptors
Kyrie Irving, Cleveland Cavaliers
LeBron James, Cleveland Cavaliers

Western Conference Starters:

Stephen Curry, Golden State Warriors
Anthony Davis, New Orleans Pelicans
Kevin Durant, Golden State Warriors
James Harden, Houston Rockets
Kawhi Leonard, San Antonio Spurs

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The NBA season is in full swing and now the new season of college hoops has tipped off. But you’re thinking, oh, I’ll wait ’til March to care. You will be disappointed if you do. Kentucky and Duke are better than ever and already in mid-season form. UCLA is going to dazzle you while confusing you at the same time. That’s just the start, 5Dimes has the odds for every big NCAA basketball game from the first week until the 2017 National Champions are crowned.

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Odds To Win The 2017 NCAA Tournament

Team Opening odds Updated odds
Duke Blue Devils 9-2 7-2
Kentucky Wildcats 6-1 8
Kansas Jayhawks 10-1 8
Villanova Wildcats 8-1 10
Oregon Ducks 20-1 10
North Carolina Tar Heels 15-1 15
Michigan State Spartans 12-1 18
Louisville Cardinals 10-1 20
Virginia Cavaliers 20-1 25
Arizona Wildcats 20-1 25
Indiana Hoosiers 20-1 25
Xavier Musketeers 20-1 25
Wisconsin Badgers 30-1 25
Syracuse Orange 80-1 30
UCLA Bruins 80-1 40
Purdue Boilermakers 40-1 40
West Virginia Mountaineers 30-1 60
Maryland Terrapins 40-1 60
Connecticut Huskies 40-1 60
Texas Longhorns 60-1 60
Gonzaga Bulldogs 80-1 60
Iowa State Cyclones 50-1 80
Miami Hurricanes 50-1 80
California Golden Bears 200-1 100
Texas A&M Aggies 80-1 100
Baylor Bears 80-1 100
Utah Utes 80-1 100
Butler Bulldogs 100-1 100
Michigan Wolverines 100-1 100
Wichita State Shockers 100-1 100
Florida Gators 100-1 100
Cincinnati Bearcats 100-1 100
Creighton Bluejays 200-1 100
USC Trojans 200-1 100
Florida State Seminoles 200-1 100
St. Mary’s Gaels 200-1 100
Rhode Island Rams 300-1 100
NC State Wolfpack 300-1 100
Iowa Hawkeyes 100-1 200
Seton Hall Pirates 50-1 200
Oklahoma Sooners 80-1 200
Arizona State Sun Devils 100-1 200
Mississippi State Bulldogs 100-1 200
VCU Rams 200-1 200
Notre Dame Fighting Irish 200-1 200
Georgetown Hoyas 200-1 200
Ohio State Buckeyes 200-1 200
Colorado Buffaloes 200-1 200
Dayton Flyers 200-1 200
San Diego State Aztecs 200-1 200
South Carolina Gamecocks 200-1 200
Vanderbilt Commodores 200-1 200
Tennessee Volunteers 200-1 200
Virginia Tech Hokies 300-1 200
Harvard Crimson 200-1 300
SMU Mustangs 100-1 300
Auburn Tigers 300-1 300
Oregon State Beavers 300-1 300
BYU Cougars 300-1 300
Clemson Tigers 300-1 300
Pittsburgh Panthers 300-1 300
Providence Friars 300-1 300
Texas Tech Red Raiders 300-1 300
Illinois Fighting Illini 300-1 300
Northwestern Wildcats 300-1 300
Nebraska Cornhuskers 300-1 300
Colorado State Rams 300-1 300
LSU Tigers 300-1 300
Ole Miss Rebels 300-1 300
Georgia Bulldogs 300-1 300
Arkansas Razorbacks 300-1 300
Alabama Crimson Tide 300-1 300
Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets 300-1 300
Wake Forest Demon Deacons 300-1 300
Minnesota Golden Gophers 300-1 300
Fresno State Bulldogs 300-1 300
Memphis Tigers 300-1 300
Marquette Golden Eagles 300-1 300
Kansas State Wildcats 300-1 300
Oklahoma State Cowboys 300-1 300
Princeton Tigers 300-1 300
Boise State Broncos 300-1 300
Houston Cougars 300-1 300
Tulsa Golden Hurricane 300-1 300
Davidson Wildcats 300-1 300
Oakland Golden Grizzlies 500-1 500
Washington Huskies 500-1 500
Temple Owls 500-1 500
St. Bonaventure Bonnies 500-1 500
DePaul Blue Demons 500-1 500
St. John’s Red Storm 500-1 500
Penn State Nittany Lions 500-1 500
New Mexico Lobos 500-1 500
Missouri Tigers 500-1 500
Stanford Cardinal 500-1 500
Field 500-1 500
UNLV Runnin’ Rebels 300-1 1000
Valparaiso Crusaders 1000-1 1000
George Washington Colonials 1000-1 1000
Richmond Spiders 1000-1 1000
St. Joseph’s Hawks 1000-1 1000
U Mass Minutemen 1000-1 1000
Rutgers Scarlet Knights 1000-1 1000
Yale Bulldogs 1000-1 1000
Monmouth Hawks 1000-1 1000
Iona Gaels 1000-1 1000
Northern Iowa Panthers 1000-1 1000
Utah State Aggies 1000-1 1000
Middle Tennessee State Blue Raiders 1000-1 1000
Louisiana Tech Bulldogs 1000-1 1000
Old Dominion Monarchs 1000-1 1000
Marshall Thundering Herd 1000-1 1000
Evansville Purple Aces 1000-1 1000
Illinois State Redbirds 1000-1 1000
Akron Zips 1000-1 1000
Stephen F. Austin Lumberjacks 1000-1 1000
Chattanooga Mocs 1000-1 1000
South Dakota State Jackrabbits 1000-1 1000
North Dakota State Bison 1000-1 1000
UT Arlington Mavericks 1000-1 1000
TCU Horned Frogs 1000-1 1000
Ohio Bobcats 1000-1 1000
Buffalo Bulls 1000-1 1000
Toledo Rockets 1000-1 2000
Arkansas-Little Rock Trojans 2000-1 2000
Louisiana-Monroe Warhawks 2000-1 2000
Louisiana-Lafayette Ragin’ Cajuns 2000-1 2000
Georgia State Panthers 2000-1 2000
Pepperdine Waves 2000-1 2000
New Mexico State Aggies 2000-1 2000
UAB Blazers 2000-1 2000
Weber State Wildcats 2000-1 2000
Montana Grizzlies 2000-1 2000
Boston College Eagles 2000-1 2000
UTEP Miners 2000-1 2000
Charlotte 49ers 2000-1 2000
Western Kentucky Hilltoppers 2000-1 2000
UC Irvine Anteaters 2000-1 2000
Long Beach State 49ers 2000-1 2000
UC Santa Barbara Gauchos 2000-1 2000
Kent State Golden Flashes 2000-1 2000
Central Michigan Chippewas 2000-1 2000
Nevada Wolf Pack 2000-1 2000
Wyoming Cowboys 2000-1 2000
Belmont Bruins 2000-1 2000
Washington State Cougars 2000-1 3000
IPFW Mastodons 2000-1 3000
Florida Gulf Coast Eagles 2000-1 3000
Morehead State Eagles 2000-1 3000
Cal State Bakersfield Roadrunners 2000-1 3000