Best NBA Player Prop Bets: NBA Predictions Today (3/31/23)

NBA Schedule Today

It is Friday, March 31 and there are 13 NBA games today! The first NBA game of the day starts at 7:00 PM EST.

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

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.

We’ve hand-picked our top bets for the day and provided all the key stats you need to make a smart wager. We’ve crunched the numbers and done the research, so you can trust that our picks are backed by solid data.

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Josh Giddey (OKC) Under 30.5 Pts+Reb

Josh Giddey has certainly made an impact for the Oklahoma City Thunder this season, averaging around 24 points and rebounds per game.

However, it’s important not to get too caught up in recency bias. Although Giddey’s last three games saw him average almost 31 combined points and rebounds, including a career-high 31 points against the Charlotte Hornets, it’s unlikely that he will continue to perform at this level.

Looking at his performance over the last 10 games, Giddey has averaged around 27 combined points and rebounds per game, which is an improvement from his season average, but still falls short of the 30-point mark. In 8 of the last 10 games he has fallen short of 30.5 Points+Rebounds.

Despite his undeniable talent, it’s reasonable to expect Giddey to regress towards his mean, but we can still look forward to seeing him contribute to the Thunder’s upcoming games.

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