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We had another winning night in the Association on Friday by going 2-1. Mikal Bridges continued his hot shooting for the Nets and easily eclipsed his point total. Mike Conley won by the hook for us by getting 7 assists.
The only thing to keep us from a perfect evening was Dorian Finney-Smith, who crashed the boards better than we were expecting to bust our rebounding under. All in all, though, we have no complaints. Our yearly record is now at 85-75.
Four games are on the betting board tonight, and we're ready to rock and roll. Let's stay hot with 3 PrizePicks NBA props for Monday, February 27. Best of luck with all your action!
Jimmy Buckets is a freaking assassin. He may go quiet from time to time, but the former Marquette star always seems to show up in the big spots. Butler gets a pretty big stage to show off his skills tonight against Philly.
For the season, Butler is averaging 21.9 points per game. He's also been in decent form of late by averaging 22 per game over his last 5 outings. The 33-year-old has gone over this point total in 4 of those 5 games.
The matchup for Butler won't be ideal because the Sixers have a pretty solid defense. That said, Philadelphia does allow quite a bit of fast break points (28th). We'll play the Over and hope that Butler can get a few easy buckets to cash this one for us.
We tried to jump on this when PrizePicks had it posted at 11.5, but the wager slip timed out on us. Of course, when we'd logged back in, PrizePicks had moved it to 11. Oh well, we think there's still value at that number, so we'll still play the Under.
As you might expect, Embiid crashes the boards pretty well. Even still, he's averaging 10.4 rebounds per game this season, which makes us think this number should be posted at 10.5 instead of 11. Embiid has stayed under this number in 23 of 37 games this season. (He's also grabbed exactly 11 rebounds on 10 occasions).
Embiid has been on a rebounding tear of late, but Miami does a good job of limiting their opponents in that category. The Heat rank 9th in the league in rebounds allowed. That's enough for us to jump on the Under!
We hate fading our boy Tatum, especially since we're betting on him to win the NBA MVP award this season. It's tough to trust your numbers instead of your heart, but it's almost always the more profitable way to roll. Tatum is averaging 3.3 made three-pointers per game this season, which shows that there's a smidge of value at the current number.
The former Duke star is having a phenomenal year, but he's stayed under this total in 35 of 57 games. He's also made (3) three-pointers or less in 6 of his last 8 games. Those are 2 strong trends in favor of the Under!
FanDuel is juicing the Under at -136, which makes us like this play even more. The Knicks also defend the three-ball pretty well, as they rank 4th in that category. Tatum has stayed under this number of made 3s in 13 of 18 games against New York.