Best NBA Player Prop Bets Today 11/1/22 (Free NBA Bets!)

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It is Tuesday, November 1 and there are 4 NBA games today! The first NBA game of the day starts at 7:30 PM EST.

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.

In our daily article we select our favorite bets of the day, and try to lay out why it could be a good bet to place using data. For each bet we share the data on the matchup and give you the most important statistics to make informed bets.

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Cameron Johnson (PHO) Under 22.5 Pts+Reb+Ast

This season Cameron Johnson has averaged 12.5 points, 4 rebounds, and almost 2 assists per game.

This is about on par for his career. This is a slightly elevated line, I expect him to miss it.

Kevin Durant (BKN) Under 45.5 Pts+Reb+Ast

I generally don’t love betting against KD, but there are levels to this one.

Kevin Durant has averaged around 33 points, 4 rebounds and 4 assists per game this season. His points per game is the only stat where he has improved over his career average, which is much closer to 27 points per game.

The Brooklyn Nets offense has also been a complete mess. Kevin Durant an Kyrie Irving have largely been biggest players and getting almost no help from anyone else. It makes sense he’s scoring more, because someone has to, but it’s not sustainable long-term.

The Nets also fired their head coach Steve Nash this afternoon, so that can’t be great from a team perspective.

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