The college basketball National Championship game is here and if you’re interested in getting into some fantasy action, PrizePicks is a get way to some exposure.
How to play PrizePicks NCAA
The format is simple. PrizePicks will set fantasy point lines for select players and then you choose between two and five players to go over or under their given projection. Naturally, the more players you put into your parlay, the larger the payout. You can enter a “Power Play,” where you must get every pick in your parlay correct to get paid out. Another option is a “Flex Play,” where your payout changes depending on the number of picks you got correct.
- Two-player “Power Play” entry pays 3x and “Flex Play” pays 2x for both correct and 0.5x for one correct
- Three-player “Power Play” entry pays 5x and “Flex Play” pays 2.25x for three correct and 1.25x for two correct
- Four-player “Power Play” entry pays 10x and “Flex Pay” pays 5x for four correct and 1.5x for three correct
- Five-player entries are only eligible for “Flex Plays” and pay out 10x for five correct, 2x for four correct and 0.4x for three correct
Scoring breakdown for PrizePicks contests can be found here.
NCAA men’s basketball PrizePicks for today
Here's a look at my favorite picks on PrizePicks Saturday.
- Corey Kispert, Gonzaga (16 Points) – OVER [Single Stat]
- Jalen Suggs, Gonzaga (15.5 Points) – UNDER [Single Stat]
- Jared Butler, Baylor (29.8 Points) – OVER
- Joel Ayayi, Gonzaga (25.8 Points) – OVER
- Davion Mitchell, Baylor (29.3 Points) - OVER