Happy Wednesday! We are back at it today, hoping to sweep the board with our NBA picks on a night with 12 games on the slate. We went two for three on our plays yesterday and had a good read on Jrue Holiday’s point total.
We can’t help when a player only shoots 25% from the floor. Regardless of what happened yesterday, today is a new day. We’re confident in our three favorite plays from today, as Underdog hooked us up with what we think are some pretty good lines.
Best of luck tonight! Take a look at these props and let us know if you’re tailing or fading!
This is quickly turning into one of our favorite player props on the season. Brook Lopez continues to play well in his age-35 season and is an excellent player on the Milwaukee Bucks roster. Many thought he started to fade in production, especially with Giannis on the floor, but he has proven his doubters wrong.
Lopez has an explosive performance on the boards or with his point total every night. He has achieved at least 21 PRA in three of his past four games, including the Bucks’ game against the Indiana Pacers on January 1st.
He put up 21 points in that contest, giving us confidence that he’ll have another dominant performance against them tonight.
Immanuel Quickly was traded to the Toronto Raptors in the OG Anunoby deal, a shocking surprise to many fans. While Quickly wasn’t a nightly starter for the New York Knicks, he averaged 24.1 minutes per game for them, a fantastic role-player on their roster.
It appears that he’ll be a regular starter for the Raptors, which should bode well for his NBA career. He put up 14 points in his season opener for the Raptors with limited experience on this team.
With a few more days under his belt, we're confident he will perform even better against the Memphis Grizzlies tonight, hitting the over on his point total of 15.5.
Jaden McDaniels continues to be a phenomenal role player for the Minnesota Timberwolves. He is one of the big reasons this team continues to shine, as the Timberwolves have gotten great production out of their entire roster.
While he is an asset, McDaniels isn’t necessarily the biggest scoring threat on the team. He is typically the fourth or fifth option on offense, and we’re not expecting McDaniels to have a big scoring night against the New Orleans Pelicans.
Look for McDaniels to score less than 12 points tonight, cashing the under on this line.
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