March Madness MOP Odds


ARLINGTON, TX (TheSpread) – The 2014 Final Four features a number of talented players. Here is a look at the odds to win the Most Outstanding Player for the NCAA Tournament.

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According to oddsmakers at, Scottie Wilbekin of Florida is favored to win the MOP, as he has 11/10 odds. Other short odds to win are Michael Frazier II (3/1), Aaron Harrison (5/1), Frank Kaminsky (5/1) and Julius Randle (5/1).

Wilbekin is a senior point guard for Florida. He has scored 67 points over the four NCAA Tournament games and also has 12 assists and six steals. He is 24 of 51 from the floor.

Frazier is a sophomore guard for Florida. He has scored 42 points in the tournament while shooting 15 of 36 from the field. He also has six assists.

Kaminsky is a junior forward for the Wisconsin Badgers. He has 74 points on 30 of 55 shooting in the tournament. He has also pulled down 24 rebounds and has seven blocks.

Harrison is a freshman guard for the Kentucky Wildcats. He has 64 points over the four tournament games on 19 of 44 shooting from the field and 13 of 24 from 3-point land.

Randle is a freshman forward for Kentucky. He has 63 points and 48 rebounds during the NCAA Tournament on 23 of 48 shooting.

Bet on Final Four MOP Odds

The 2014 Final Four takes place on Saturday, April 5, with the championship game on Monday, April 7 from AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.

Check out Today’s College Basketball Odds and Matchups

2014 NCAA Tournament MOP Odds To Win

Scottie Wilbekin (Florida) 11/10 

Michael Frazier II (Florida) 3/1 

Aaron Harrison (UK) 5/1 

Frank Kaminsky (Wisconsin) 5/1 

Julius Randle (UK) 5/1 

Shabazz Napier (UCONN) 8/1 

Ben Brust (Wisconsin) 10/1

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