The latest odds from Las Vegas, courtesy of Bovada, to win the NCAA National Championship Game have both Michigan State and Michigan in the top six.

Check out the odds to win the entire tournament, each region and Most Outstanding Player:

2014 NCAA Men's Basketball Championship

Florida #1                     7/2

Michigan State #4          9/2

Louisville #4                  5/1

Arizona #1                     6/1

Virginia #1                     10/1

Michigan #2                  16/1

Wisconsin #2                16/1

Iowa State #3                18/1

UCLA #4                       18/1

Kentucky #8                  20/1

Baylor #6                      20/1

Tennessee #11              28/1

San Diego State #4       33/1

Connecticut #7              33/1

Stanford #10                 50/1

Dayton #11                   100/1

 

2014 South Region

Florida #1                     5/8

UCLA #4                       7/2

Stanford #10                 5/1

Dayton #11                   9/1

 

2014 West Region

Arizona #1                     1/1

Wisconsin #2                11/4

San Diego State #4       5/1

Baylor #6                      5/1

 

2014 East Region

Michigan State #4          3/2

Virginia #1                     2/1

Iowa State #3                4/1

Connecticut #7              9/2

 

2014 Midwest Region

Louisville #4                  11/10

Michigan #2                  7/2

Kentucky #8                  4/1

Tennessee #11              4/1

 

2014 NCAA Tournament Most Outstanding Player

Scottie Wilbekin (Florida)           7/1

Russ Smith (Louisville)              9/1

Gary Harris (MSU)                     10/1

Adreian Payne (MSU)                10/1

Nick Johnson (Arizona)              12/1

Casey Prather (Florida)              15/1

Patric Young (Florida)                15/1

Luke Hancock (Louisville)           18/1

Aaron Gordon (Arizona)             20/1

Montrezl Harrell (Louisville)         20/1

Nik Stauskas (Michigan)             22/1

Malcolm Brogdon (Virginia)        25/1

Joe Harris (Virginia)                   25/1

T.J. McConnell (Arizona)            25/1

Jordan Adams (UCLA)               25/1

Ben Brust (Wisconsin)               33/1

Melvin Ejim (Iowa State)             33/1

DeAndre Kane (Iowa State)        33/1

Kyle Anderson (UCLA)               33/1

Julius Randle (UK)                     33/1

Traevon Jackson (Wisconsin)     40/1

Frank Kaminsky (Wisconsin)       40/1

Sam Dekker (Wisconsin)            40/1

Glenn Robinson III (Michigan)     40/1

Shabazz Napier (UCONN)           40/1