There are 4 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
We use our own statistics tools to identify the most profitable NBA prop bets available each day. We evaluate bets based on the expected probability of winning the bet as well as the potential profit of the bet. We’ve developed tools that allow us to find the highest ROI NBA bets every day. We highlight our favorite NBA prop bets on this site each day. We do our best to provide the best NBA bets as well as identifying the most profitable player props each day, however it’s important to always use good bankroll management when deciding how much to bet, take a look at our guide to bankroll management.
In our daily article we select our favorite bets of the day, and try to lay out why it could be a good bet to place using data. For each bet we share the data on the matchup and give you the most important statistics to make informed bets.
Always remember that game conditions and betting lines may change throughout the day after this article is published.
This page will be updated as new prop lines come out. Be sure to bookmark us and check back (usually around 12:00 PM EST)!
Ja Morant (MEM) Under 27.5 Points
Ja Morant is one of the most exciting young players in the NBA right now. Last season was definitely his breakout season, where we really got to see him shine. He averaged an impressive 27 points per game.
This season, Ja is still performing at a high level, averaging slightly more than he did last season. However, in the last 10 games, he’s averaged 26.5 points per game, and in the last 3 games, he’s averaged around 24 points per game. So he is slowing down a bit as the season rolls on.
Tonight, the Memphis Grizzlies will face off against the Milwaukee Bucks, and I expect Ja Morant to have a typical performance. The Bucks will likely be looking to contain Morant’s shooting and I don’t expect him to put up crazy numbers.
Mike Conley (UTA) Under 11.5 Points
This season Mike Conley is only averaging around 10 points per game this season, and he has struggled to find his rhythm in recent games, putting up just 9 points per game over the last 10 outings.
In fact, in six of those games, Conley has scored 11 points or fewer, and I doubt he’ll be able to break out of this slump tonight against the Pelicans.
Do you play PrizePicks? Check out our NBA PrizePicks plays today (12/15/22)!