Vegas updates college basketball betting odds following Andrew Wiggins’ decison

April 3, 2013; Chicago, IL, USA; McDonald's All American forward Andrew Wiggins (22) poses for portraits before the 36th McDonalds All American Games to be played at the United Center. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports

April 3, 2013; Chicago, IL, USA; McDonald’s All American forward Andrew Wiggins (22) poses for portraits before the 36th McDonalds All American Games to be played at the United Center. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports

With the biggest piece of the recruiting puzzle finally solved, Las Vegas’ Bovada has released a new set of championship odds for the 2013-2014 season. But Andrew Wiggins’, the top prospect from the class of 2013, decision to join Kansas has not made the Jayhawks the early favorites. The top spot still remains with Kentucky, which despite missing last year’s NCAA tournament, has garnered one of the best recruiting classes in history.

The Wildcats sit at 5-1 odds to win the national championship with KU close behind at 11-2. While Wiggins is considered by some as the best high school recruit since Lebron James, the ‘Cats coach John Calipari has secured commitments from six McDonald’s All Americans.

The complete odds are below.

[Related: Football betting odds also released]

Kentucky 5-1
Kansas 11-2
Louisville 17-2
Michigan State 12-1
Duke 14-1
Arizona 15-1
North Carolina 16-1
Florida 18-1
Ohio State 20-1
Syracuse 25-1
Connecticut 33-1
Indiana 33-1
Memphis 33-1
Michigan 33-1
Colorado 40-1
UCLA 40-1
Baylor 50-1
Creighton 50-1
Georgetown 50-1
Gonzaga 50-1
Iowa 50-1
Marquette 50-1
Missouri 50-1
NC State 50-1
New Mexico 50-1
Oklahoma State 50-1
Pittsburgh 50-1
Saint Louis 50-1
VCU 50-1
Wisconsin 50-1
Butler 66-1
Illinois 66-1
Minnesota 66-1
St. John’s 66-1
Tennessee 66-1
UNLV 66-1
Villanova 66-1
Virginia 66-1
Wichita State 66-1

[H/T: CBSSports]

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