NCAACB Player of the Year Odds
(The Spread) – Updated odds have been released for the 2012 NCAA College Basketball Player of the Year Award, where Kansas’ Thomas Robinson is favored.
Robinson is currently a 7/4 favorite to win this year, while Kentucky’s Anthony Davis has the next best odds at 2/1 and Ohio State’s Jared Sullinger is 13/2. The next best odds fall to Creighton’s Doug McDermott at 12/1, Michigan State’s Draymond Green at 14/1 and West Virginia’s Kevin Jones at 16/1.
Robinson is currently second in the NCAA with 11.8 rebounds per game while McDermott is averaging 23.2 points per game, which currently places him third in the NCAA. Davis also leads all players this year in blocked shots with a 4.9 BLKPG average.
Some of the mid-range long-shots to win the 2012 NCAA College Basketball Player of the Year Award are Missouri’s Marcus Denmon at 20/1, North Carolina’s Harrison Barnes at 25/1 and Virginia’s Mike Scott at 301/1. Both Tyler Zeller of North Carolina and Murray State’s Isaiah Canaan are 35/1 to win, respectively.
The long shots for the award are currently Terrence Jones of Kentucky at 40/1, Arnett Moultrie of Mississippi State at 501/, and Connecticut’s Jeremy Lamb, who is also 50/1 to win.
2012 NCAA College Basketball Player of the Year Odds
Thomas Robinson (Kansas) 7/4
Anthony Davis (Kentucky) 2/1
Jared Sullinger (Ohio State) 13/2
Doug McDermott (Creighton) 12/1
Draymond Green (Michigan State) 14/1
Kevin Jones (West Virginia) 16/1
Marcus Denmon (Missouri) 20/1
Harrison Barnes (North Carolina) 25/1
Mike Scott (Virginia) 30/1
Tyler Zeller (North Carolina) 35/1
Isaiah Canaan (Murray State) 35/1
Terrence Jones (Kentucky) 40/1
Austin Rivers (Duke) 40/1
Arnett Moultrie (Miss State) 50/1
Jeremy Lamb (UConn) 50/1