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.
Today’s Best NBA Player Prop Bets: Free NBA Bets & Predictions
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Luka Doncic (DAL) Under 3.5 3-Pointers
Luka Doncic absolutely went off in his last game, scoring a whopping 60 points against the Knicks. While it’s tough to use this outlier performance as a measure of future performance, it’s undeniable that Doncic put on a clinic in that game.
However, Doncic has averaged less than three 3-pointers per game this season, and even in his 60-point game, he only hit two out of six from beyond the arc.
In seven out of the last ten games, Doncic has made three or fewer 3-pointers in each game. Tonight will likely continue this trend.
Shai Gilgeous-Alexander (OKC) Under 6.5 Assists
This season, Shai Gilgeous-Alexander has been more of a scoring threat than a playmaker, with an average of less than six assists per game. This is in line with his career averages, so it’s safe to say that passing hasn’t been his strong suit.
As the Oklahoma City Thunder gear up to take on the Charlotte Hornets tonight, the Hornets will no doubt be focusing on containing Gilgeous-Alexander’s playmaking ability. In seven of the last ten games, he has struggled to rack up more than six assists in each game.
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