Vegas likes Duke and Kentucky best. USATSI

Duke, Kentucky, Villanova, Kansas and Michigan State are the five most favored teams according to oddsmakers in Las Vegas-- as of now -- to win the 2016-17 national title.

We're in the midst of the dog days of college basketball's offseason, so let's take a moment to see how a lot of teams are lined up on Vegas' big boards. These are known as "future" bets, given you're betting on the future. Specifically, the future outcome of the national title game. So with a team like Indiana being 25/1, if you bet $100 on IU to take the 2016-17 crown, and then Tom Crean goes out and wins the whole thing, you'll be $2,500 dollars richer for taking the gamble.

Per Vegas Insider, which monitors action at the Las Vegas SuperBook and a few other big sportsbooks in Sin City, here's the latest look at how the odds align.

Duke 3/1
Kentucky 7/1
Kansas 10/1
Michigan State 12/1
Villanova 12/1
Louisville 15/1
North Carolina 15/1
Oregon 15/1
Arizona 20/1
Virginia 24/1
Indiana 25/1
Wisconsin 25/1
Xavier 30/1
Maryland 40/1
Connecticut 50/1
Syracuse 50/1
Texas 50/1

UCLA 50/1
West Virginia 50/1
Miami (FL) 60/1
Purdue 60/1
Seton Hall 60/1
Utah 60/1
Iowa State 70/1
California 75/1
Gonzaga 80/1
Baylor 100/1
Michigan 100/1

The original odds, right after the season, were posted here. Duke used to be 9/2. Kentucky was previously 6/1, and Villanova was 8/1 right after it took the 2016 title. Michigan State and Kansas have kept on at the same odds in the past few months.

Want more future wagers?

At Bovada, these are the current futures values. They differ to a decent extent with a number of teams. Look at the values on Oregon, Xavier and UConn.

Duke +450
Kentucky +650
Villanova +850
Kansas +1,000
Louisville +1,000
Michigan State +1,200
North Carolina +1,200
Indiana +2,000
Oregon + 2,000
Virginia + 2,000
Arizona + 2,200
Wisconsin + 2,500
Xavier + 2,500
West Virginia + 2,800
UConn + 3,300
Maryland + 3,300
Purdue + 3,300
Iowa State + 4,000
Miami (FL) + 4,000
Oklahoma + 5,000
Seton Hall + 5,000
Syracuse + 5,000
Texas + 5,000

As we get closer to the season, we'll have more odds go live, things like conference champions and player of the year in college hoops.