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March Madness 2014: Odds to win Most Oustanding Player

The NCAA’s opening weekend of the Tournament has come and gone.

Although some of the better players have been eliminated, including the probable top three picks of the NBA Draft, center Joel Embiid and forward Andrew Wiggins of the Kansas Jayhawks and forward Jabari Parker of the Duke Blues, there are several veteran stars left and Las Vegas believes it will likely be a veteran who takes home the Most Outstanding Player Award this year.

Here are the complete odds courtesy of our friends at Bovada.


2014 NCAA Tournament MOP – Odds to Win

Scottie Wilbekin (Florida)                       7/1

Russ Smith (Louisville)                          9/1

Gary Harris (MSU)                                 10/1

Adreian Payne (MSU)                            10/1

Nick Johnson (Arizona)                          12/1

Casey Prather (Florida)                          15/1

Patric Young (Florida)                            15/1

Luke Hancock (Louisville)                      18/1

Aaron Gordon (Arizona)                         20/1

Montrezl Harrell (Louisville)                     20/1

Nik Stauskas (Michigan)                        22/1

Malcolm Brogdon (Virginia)                    25/1

Joe Harris (Virginia)                               25/1

T.J. McConnell (Arizona)                        25/1

Jordan Adams (UCLA)                           25/1

Ben Brust (Wisconsin)                           33/1

Melvin Ejim (Iowa State)                         33/1

DeAndre Kane (Iowa State)                    33/1

Kyle Anderson (UCLA)                           33/1

Julius Randle (UK)                                 33/1

Traevon Jackson (Wisconsin)                 40/1

Frank Kaminsky (Wisconsin)                  40/1

Sam Dekker (Wisconsin)                        40/1

Glenn Robinson III (Michigan)                 40/1

Shabazz Napier (UCONN)                       40/1

Aaron Harrison (UK)                               40/1

Andrew Harrison (UK)                            40/1

James Young (UK)                                40/1

Jordan McRae (Tennessee)                    40/1

Xavier Thames (San Diego State)           50/1

Cory Jefferson (Baylor)                         50/1

Brady Heslip (Baylor)                             50/1

Isaiah Austin (Baylor)                             50/1

Jarnell Stokes (Tennessee)                    50/1

Chasson Randle (Stanford)                    66/1

Dwight Powell (Stanford)                       100/1

Dyshawn Pierre (Dayton)                       200/1

Jordan Sibert (Dayton)                          200/1

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