Tonight’s schedule is packed with exciting games and plenty of opportunities to find value on NBA player prop bets. We’ll be breaking down the matchups and highlighting the best bets of the night.
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Kyle Anderson (MIN) Over 3.5 Assists
Kyle Anderson got off to a rough start with the Minnesota Timberwolves, but he’s starting to heat up now. He’s averaging 3.75 assists per game this season, but in the last 10 games, he’s been dishing out 4.5 assists per game.
In fact, in five of the last five games, Kyle Anderson has had 4 or more assists in each game. He’s becoming a real playmaker for the Timberwolves.
Tonight, the Timberwolves are taking on the Cavs and with his recent performances, Kyle Anderson should be able to rack up lots of assists in tonight’s game.
Tyrese Maxey (PHI) Under 20.5 Points
Tyrese Maxey is one of the most talented young players in the league and has been a huge asset for the Sixers. He has been making a significant impact on the team with his scoring and playmaking abilities. However, lately it seems like he is slowing down a bit.
This season, Tyrese Maxey has been averaging around 21 points per game, which is an impressive feat for a young player. However, in the last 10 games, his scoring has dropped to less than 19 points per game.
This is a noticeable decrease in his production and it seems like his role in the offense might be shifting slightly. He has been taking significantly fewer shots.
This change in his performance and role might be due to different factors such as the team’s strategy or the opposing teams defense, it’s hard to say for certain. But, it’s worth noting that this is not uncommon for young players who are still adjusting to the league.
I don’t expect this to change overnight.
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