While most of the sports world focuses on Monday Night Football, we're making money on the hardwood. The NBA slate gives us 8 games to enjoy. Everyone is excited to see how Victor Wembanyama and the Spurs do against Paul George and the Clippers.
Check out our 3 NBA player prop parlays for November 20. Each of these can be found at DraftKings Sportsbook. Best of luck with all of your NBA bets tonight!
Kuzma has gone for 15 or more points in 10 straight games this season. He is averaging 23.5ppg this year and 16.3ppg in his career against the Bucks. We expect Kuzma to have a big night on his home floor.
Victor Wembanyama is averaging 9.5 boards per game early in his rookie campaign. He is on a 9-game streak of 9+ boards. The 19-year-old's 7-foot 4-inch frame allows him to grab balls off the glass with relative ease.
Tyus Jones is averaging 4.8 assists per game and has dropped 4 or more dimes in 6 of his last 8 games. Zach Collins of the Spurs is shooting just 30.6% from long range but that is including the 0-11 he shot to start the season.
Throw those 2 games out and Collins is shooting a much more respectable 39%. When you also throw out those 1st two games of the season, Collins has made at least 1 three in every game going forward.
Cade has been shooting 40% from three over his last 3 games. He has hit at least 1 long ball in 8 of his last 10 games. We expect Cunningam to fare well tonight, even against this tough Nuggets defense.
LaMelo Ball is healthy this season and playing at a high level once again. His ability to rebound from the point guard position makes him one of the top stat stuffers in the league. He is currently averaging 5.3 boards per game and has grabbed 4 or more in 7 straight games.
Julius Randle is threat for a double-double each time he steps on the floor. The points are seemingly always there as he averages almost 20ppg and the rebounding is close with a 9.7rpg average. Over his last 8 games, he has grabbed 7 or more boards in 6 of them.
Brandon Ingram has gotten off to a fast start this season. The 26-year-old small forward is averaging 5.6 rebounds per game so far and will think he'll do a fine job crashing the boards at home against the Kings.