LAS VEGAS, NV (The Spread) - Which player will take home the honors of 2013-14 Associated Press Player of the Year in college basketball? Let's check out the odds.
According to oddsmakers from online sports book Bovada.lv, Duke's Jabari Parker is a 4/1 favorite to win the 2013-14 Associated Press Player of the Year in college basketball. Oklahoma State's Marcus Smart has the next-best odds at 7/1 while Julius Randle of Kentucky, Doug McDermott of Creighton and Russ Smith of Louisville are all 8/1, respectively.
Andrew Wiggins of Kansas is 10/1 to win this year's college basketball playoer of the year while C.J. Fair of Syracuse and Shabazz Napier of UConn are both 12/1, respectively. Some of the other mid-range long-shots include Aaron Craft of Ohio State, Chaz Williams of UMass, and Aaron Gordon of Arizona, who are all 15/1, respectively.
Continuing with the odds, Keith Appling of Michigan State, Nick Johnson of Arizona and Cleanthony Early of Wichita State are all 20/1, respectively, while Appling's teammate Gary Harris is 25/1.
The players with the longest odds to win this year's college basketball player of the year are Kyle Anderson of UCLA, Marcus Paige of North Carolina, Casey Prather of Florida, T.J. Warren of N.C. State and Adreian Payne of Michigan State, whom are all 33/1, respectively.