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Atlantic 10 Tournament Betting Odds, Predictions & Favorites to Win 2024

Written by: Richard Janvrin
Updated March 5, 2024
10 min read
  • VCU won the A-10 Tournament Championship in 2023. They had a conference record of 15-3.

  • The 2024 A-10 Conference Tournament will be from March 12th through March 17th at the Barclays Center, home of the Brooklyn Nets.

  • Dayton is the only team with “-” odds to win the A-10 Tournament.

Despite being named the Atlantic 10, there are 15 teams in the conference. In 2023, VCU ran away with the conference tournament. 

The last time there was a repeat winner was from 2008-2010, when Temple won three straight. 

Below, we’ll examine the odds of the current A-10 field bi-weekly. 

Let’s dive in.

Atlantic 10 Tournament Betting Odds

No odds were posted as of 3/4/24.

Atlantic 10 Tournament

Atlantic 10 Tournament Champion Best Bets

The A-10 Tournament Champion is gearing up to be a two-horse race, with Loyola Chicago making a recent surge. Below, we’ll look at the two teams we think have the best chance of winning it.

Dayton Flyers

IIt’s hard to deny Dayton. This season, they’re 21-4 overall with an 11-2 conference record and are untouchable at home at 13-0. 

Where they excel is defensively. This season, they’re 12th in the nation, allowing just 64.3 points per game. Opponents only shoot 40.8% against them from the floor and 30.8% from beyond the arch. 

DaRon Holmes II is arguably their best player, averaging 20 points, eight rebounds, 2.2 blocks, and 2.5 assists per game. 

Dayton was almost there last year but lost to VCU 68-56. 

This year, with excellent defense and their solid 47.6% shooting percentage from the floor, along with Holmes II, they’re in good shape.

Of course, seeing someone else step up and assist Holmes would be excellent. The next best scorer is Nate Santos. He averages 12.1 per game in addition to 6.6 rebounds.

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Richmond Spiders

While Dayton excels defensively, Richmond is even better in some ways. They hold teams to 65.5 points per game (24th), 39.5% shooting percentage from the floor (seventh), and 30.3% from three-point range. 

The problem for Richmond against Dayton is they don’t exactly have a Holmes II to look to. Jordan King averages 18.7 points per game, but his rebounds and block numbers pale in comparison at 4.1 boards and no blocks.

Richmond averages 6.9 steals per game, which is better than Dayton.

This matchup could come down to the final few buckets, as both team's defenses are potent and have similar offensive output. 

Can the Spiders overcome Holmes II?

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Loyola Chicago

Winning six straight, Loyola Chicago has to be mentioned here. They were in the +1000ish area a couple of weeks ago. 

After wins over Saint Louis, Davidson, George Mason, George Washington, Saint Joseph’s, and Rhode Island, they’ve surged in the A-10. 

They’re now 19-7, 11-2 in the conference, 12-2 at home, and 6-3 on the road. That 6-3 record on the road is the best in the conference. 

They allow 99 points per 100 possessions per KenPom and rank inside the top 15 in opponent shooting percentage at just 40%. 

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After graduating from the University of New Hampshire with a BA in Journalism, Richard Janvrin has been covering iGaming and sports betting since December 2018. Richard has covered betting at Bleacher Report, Gambling.com, The Game Day, Forbes, and more.

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