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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Kristaps Porzingis (WSH) Under 25.5 Points
Throughout this season, Kristaps Porzingis has maintained a steady average of less than 23 points per game while playing for the Washington Wizards.
Despite scoring an impressive 43 points against the Atlanta Hawks last week, he has generally remained within this range.
Over the past 5 games, he has averaged 24 points per game, and in the last 10 games, he has maintained an average of 23 points per game.
It’s worth noting, though, that in 8 of the last 10 games, Porzingis has scored 25 or fewer points in each game.
Jalen Williams (OKC) Over 7.5 Reb+Ast
Jalen Williams, a rookie in the league, has had an average of 7.5 combined rebounds and assists per game this season, which is a decent start. However, what’s really impressive is the improvement he has shown on the court.
Over the past 10 games, Williams has taken his game up a notch, averaging nearly 10 combined rebounds and assists per game. Even more noteworthy is the fact that he exceeded 8 in 7 of those games.
It’s clear that Williams’ involvement in the game has been on the rise, and with his consistent growth, there’s no sign of him slowing down anytime soon.