The NCAA Tournament National Championship game between Michigan and Villanova is scheduled for Monday at 21:20. AND in TBS. You can transmit it via March Madness Live. transmission equipment will be Jim Nantz, player fielder, Grant Hill analysts and Bill Raftery, journalist and lateral Tracy Wolfson, the same team that worked on the semi-finals on Saturday.
Villanova is looking for his second national championship in three seasons and the third of all time, also won this tournament in 1985. The only Michigan championship came in 1989, and the Wolverines were put in the last four in 2013. That year, they lost the title game for Louisville in a result that the NCAA would eventually give up due to a scandal by the Cardinals.
What Michigan needs to do to win
The Wolverines must protect the line from three points as voraciously as they have throughout the season. Michigan has the best defense in the country, National Championship and the Wolverines have a special focus on defending the arch. Only 29.8 percent of field shots this season come from the depth, the fifth-lowest mark in the country.
The Michigan offense must be more consistent than in a semifinal win over Cinderella Loyola-Chicago. The Wolverines started the game on a dry spell 10 of field 35, before starting to shoot brilliantly (15-24) for the rest of the game. Against Villanova, a 20-minute run of the field is probably fatal.
What Villanova must do to win
The Wildcats do not have to be perfect, but in the same way that Michigan needs to protect the three balls, Villanova needs to hit a lot of them. They set the absolute record of all time triplets in the win against Kansas semifinals, and 18 triplets in this game broke the previous record of 13th game final Four. Villanova pulls all three in almost 50 percent of their career. field shots, a lot.
The three will not always fall, even though Villanova is an excellent shooting team. If it’s a deep shooting night, National Championship the Wildcats will have to rely on Jalen Brunson, Mikal Bridges, Phil Booth, Omari Spellman and the rest of his deep jugs to create some of his own shots closer to the basket. . They might do that, but the most direct way to win a Nova is to exhaust a group of three.
Prediction: Villanova will win.
The Wildcats are 6.5 point favorites in Las Vegas. That seems right, because Villanova was the best team in college basketball throughout the season. National Championship Michigan’s defense is excellent, but it will be difficult for the Wolverines to surpass the best attack of the sport, anyway.