It may be Super Bowl week but what's crazy is we're only a few short weeks away from college basketball's March Madness. Blueblood teams like UConn, Purdue, and North Carolina all look like legitimate No. 1 seeds with only a few games left in the regular season.
To get a head start on March, we've decided to dive into some college hoops player props. Ready to add a little more spice to your Hump Day? Check out our 3 DraftKings college basketball player props to start rolling in the dough. Good luck tonight, folks!
Griffen is one of the unsung heroes of this Crimson Tide team and he rebounds exceptionally well for a guard. His 6-5 frame, which is on the tall side for a college hoops guard, helps him out in that regard. The Dallas, Texas native has a median rebounding number of 4 this season, which means there's a bit of value on this Over.
For the season, Griffen has gone over this rebounding total in 12 of his 22 games. What's even better for us though, is his current form. Griffen has grabbed 4 or more rebounds in 5 of his last 7 outings and he's also 6-3 to the Over in SEC play.
The matchup against archrival Auburn won't be an easy one for Griffen. That being said, he was still able to grab 7 boards against the Tigers back on January 24. Let's play the Over!
This may be the best player prop bet on the entire Wednesday board. Olivari is a stud, but his median point total for this season is just 16. We think DraftKings is shading this line a bit too high as an overreaction to Olivari's 43-point performance against DePaul a few days ago.
Olivari has scored 21 points or fewer in 13 of his 22 ball games during the 2023-24 campaign. He's also averaging 19.1 points per contest, which is a solid figure but still 2.4 points less than this prop line.
Olivari's matchup tonight against Villanova won't be a walk in the park. Nova has been struggling but they'll be highly intense on the defensive end since they're playing for hopes of an at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament. Olivari only scored 14 against Villanova back in early January, so we'll roll with the Under!
Here's another points prop that just seems to be a bit high. Radford has a nice shooting stroke, but his point total median is just 12 this season. The Baton Rouge native has also stayed under this point total in 12 of his 16 ball games.
Yes, I know that Missouri is pretty terrible. Heck, the Tigers have yet to win an SEC game this season. All of that being said, Radford only scored 11 points against Mizzou back on January 23. Let's hold our collective breaths and take another Under!
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