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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Cameron Johnson (BKN) Over 21.5 Pts+Reb+Ast
Cameron Johnson has been putting up some solid numbers this season, averaging around 21 combined points, rebounds, and assists. But since getting traded to the Brooklyn Nets, it looks like he’s taken his game up a notch. He’s definitely had to adjust his playing style to fit his new role on the team.
In the 11 games since joining the Nets, Cameron Johnson has been averaging 23 combined points, rebounds, and assists. Not only that, but his minutes and usage have gone up too. It’s clear that he’s really embracing his new role and making the most of it.
What’s even more impressive is that in the last 5 games, Cameron Johnson has been averaging over 24 combined points, rebounds, and assists per game. And in 7 out of the last 10 games, he’s had 22 or more combined points, rebounds, and assists.
The Nets may still have some issues to work out, but Johnson has definitely found his stride in his new home.