There are 10 games on tonight’s slate and plenty opportunities to find NBA player prop bets today.
Today’s Best NBA Player Prop Bets: Free NBA Bets & Predictions
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DeMar DeRozan (CHI) Over 26.5 Points
DeMar DeRozan has been having an incredible season for the Chicago Bulls, consistently averaging over 28 points per game. In recent games, he has been particularly hot, averaging over 27 points per game in the last 10 games.
DeRozan has proven to be a key contributor for the Bulls offense and shows no signs of slowing down. Tonight, the Bulls will take on the New York Knicks in what promises to be an exciting matchup.
With his consistent scoring and all-around contributions, DeRozan is a player to watch tonight and should be a major factor in the game. Look for him to continue his strong play and potentially score a lot of points once again.
P.J. Washington (CHA) Under 23.5 Pts+Reb+Ast
It’s been a rough season for P.J. Washington and the Charlotte Hornets. Washington, who typically averages around 22 points, rebounds, and assists per game, has been slowing down in recent games. In the last 10 games, he’s only averaged 21 points+rebounds+assists per game.
In six of those last 10 games, Washington has had 23 or fewer points, rebounds, and assists in each. And tonight, the Hornets will face off against the tough Detroit Pistons, who will no doubt be looking to contain Washington and keep him from having a good game.
It’s not looking like the best night for Washington, but anything can happen in the world of basketball. Let’s hope he can turn things around and surprise us all.
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