In addition to individual games and filling out brackets, there are plenty of things to wager on during March Madness 2017. Sportsbooks both in Las Vegas and online provide betting odds for how players, teams and conferences will perform in the NCAA Tournament.

Duke and North Carolina are the two March Madness favorites, so it’s no surprise that they are featured prominently in some of the most popular prop bets. Duke’s Luke Kennard has the best odds to win the award for NCAA Tournament Most Outstanding Player, and the ACC has the best chance of any conference to be represented by the national champion.

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Nine ACC teams made the tournament, though only eight will be in the field of 68 after Wake Forest’s exit in the opening round. Three conferences have more teams in the tournament than the Big 12, but it has the second-best odds to win it all. Kansas is the Big 12’s lone No.1 seed, and three other Big 12 schools are among the nation’s top 20 teams, as seeded by the selection committee.

Even though the Big Ten is tied with seven teams in the field, the conference has 10/1 odds to have one of its teams win it all. Purdue is the highest Big Ten seed at No.4 in the Midwest region, and traditional conference powerhouses like Wisconsin and Michigan State are No.8 and No.9 seeds, respectively.

Duke, North Carolina, Arizona, UCLA and Kansas all have two players with 16/1 odds or better to be named the tournament’s top star.

Luke Kennard Duke Duke's Luke Kennard has the best odds of winning the Most Outstanding Player Award for March Madness 2017. Pictured: Kennard reacts after hitting a three-point shot against North Carolina in the ACC Tournament at Barclays Center on March 10, 2017 in New York City. Photo: Getty Images

March Madness Prop Bets [Bovada.lv]

Most Outstanding Player

Luke Kennard (Duke)                             8/1

Josh Hart (Villanova)                             10/1

Justin Jackson (North Carolina)       10/1

Frank Mason III (Kansas)                       10/1

Allonzo Trier (Arizona)                           10/1

Nigel Williams-Goss (Gonzaga)          10/1

Grayson Allen (Duke)                              12/1

Lonzo Ball (UCLA)                                    12/1

Malik Monk (Kentucky)                          14/1

Joel Berry (North Carolina)                 16/1

Josh Jackson (Kansas)                          16/1

TJ Leaf (UCLA)                                            16/1

Lauri Markkanen (Arizona)                   16/1

Jayson Tatum (Duke)                             16/1

Donovan Mitchell (Louisville)             22/1

Dillon Brooks (Oregon)                          33/1

Jevon Carter (West Virginia)                33/1

Caleb Swanigan (Purdue)                     33/1

Derrick Walton Jr. (Michigan)              33/1

Dwayne Bacon (Florida State)             40/1

KeVaughn Allen (Florida)                       50/1

Johnathan Motley (Baylor)                   50/1

Bonzi Colson (Notre Dame)                  66/1

Semi Ojeyele (SMU)                                  66/1

London Perrantes (Virginia)                  66/1

Jawun Evans (Oklahoma State)          200/1

Will an ACC team win the 2017 NCAA Tournament?

Yes                  +200  (2/1)

No                    -300  (1/3)

Will a Big 12 team win the 2017 NCAA Tournament?

Yes                  +400  (4/1)

No                    -700  (1/7)

Will a Big East team win the 2017 NCAA Tournament?

Yes                  +600   (6/1)

No                    -1200  (1/12)

Will a Big Ten Team win the 2017 NCAA Tournament?

Yes                  +1000  (10/1)

No                    -2500  (1/25)

Will a Pac-12 team win the 2017 NCAA Tournament?

Yes                  +400  (4/1)

No                    -700  (1/7)

Will an SEC team win the 2017 NCAA Tournament?

Yes                  +500   (5/1)

No                    -1000  (1/10)

Will Arizona make the Sweet 16?

Yes                  -250  (2/5)

No                    +175  (7/4)

Will Duke make the Sweet 16?

Yes                  -400  (1/4)

No                    +300  (3/1)

Will Gonzaga make the Sweet 16?

Yes                  -600  (1/6)

No                    +350  (7/2)

Will Kansas make the Sweet 16?

Yes                  -500  (1/5)

No                    +300  (3/1)

Will Kentucky make the Sweet 16?

Yes                  -200  (1/2)

No                    +150  (3/2)

Will Louisville make the Sweet 16?

Yes                  -180  (5/9)

No                    +140  (7/5)

Will North Carolina make the Sweet 16?

Yes                  -700  (1/7)

No                    +400  (4/1)

Will Villanova make the Sweet 16?

Yes                  -500  (1/5)

No                    +300  (3/1)