Today’s Best NBA Player Prop Bets: Free NBA Bets & Predictions
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Nikola Jokic (DEN) Under 12.5 Rebounds
So far this season (albeit, only 3 games) Nikola Jokic has averaged a little over 10.5 rebounds per game. That includes the 4-rebound game in the season opener and the 16 rebounds in their last game. So his range of outcomes is wide.
His career average is also much closer to 10-11 rebounds per game though. This line I think adjusts too much for his recent performance, and it was an outlier.
Franz Wagner (ORL) Over 16.5 Points
Franz Wagner is in his second year in the league. His rookie season he averaged about 31 minutes per game and 15 points per game.
This season his minutes and role all seem to have increased. In the first 3 games this season he is averaging around 35 minutes per game. He has also had a 20-point game and an 18-point game. I think this trend should continue for Franz and should have a good matchup against The Knicks.
Kyrie Irving (BKN) Under 26.5 Points
This Brooklyn Nets team is all sorts of disjointed. This season Kyrie Irving is scoring about 22 points per 36 minutes compared to last season where he was scoring about 26 points per 36 minutes.
He’s playing basically the same minutes and role this season, so it feels like it’s an efficiency thing for Kyrie right now.
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