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Best NBA Player Props for Thursday, February 15: Look for Grant to Crash the Boards Hard

Andrew Elmquist
Written by Andrew Elmquist
February 15, 2024
Best NBA Player Props for Thursday, February 15

Happy Thursday, everyone! If you tailed our Men’s college props yesterday, you would know that we went 2-2, but we were one Dalton Knecht point away from a 3-1 record on the day. Nonetheless, a loss is a loss, and we’ll hold ourselves accountable for that.

Luckily for us, today is a brand-new day! There is a fresh slate that is set to take place tonight in the NBA, and while only three games are going on, we’re excited to take in all of the action. This is the last night with NBA games before the All-Star break, so we are certainly going to take advantage of these matchups.

With all of this in mind, we have put together our four favorite player props for this evening, so take a look below and sweat them out with us!

Giannis Antetokounmpo OVER 7.5 1Q Points

Giannis has continued his dominance as one of the NBA’s best players this season. He averages the third-most points per game in the league, the sixth-most rebounds, and the 19th-most assists. Being top 20 in every major category is no small feat, but Giannis makes it look easy every night.

When looking ahead to the Milwaukee Bucks’ matchup with the Memphis Grizzlies tonight, we expect the Bucks to jump out to an early lead, perhaps bringing this game into blowout territory by the end of the first half.

Any of Giannis’ full-game props are a bit scary to us, but we do like his chances of scoring at least eight points in the first quarter and getting the Bucks going early.

Collin Sexton OVER 18.5 Points

Collin Sexton has been a betting favorite throughout the NBA community all season. He has been a very consistent player for the Utah Jazz all year, and while the team isn’t necessarily one of the best in the Western Conference, Sexton finds ways to keep them in games.

If he keeps up his usual trajectory and barrage of scoring, we have little doubt that he will score at least 19 points tonight against the Golden State Warriors.

Jerami Grant OVER 3.5 Rebounds

We were a bit surprised to see Jerami Grant’s rebound line so low. Yes, he only had one board against the Minnesota Timberwolves on Tuesday, but that was a fluky game for him.

We’re expecting him to have a bounce-back game tonight, especially since there is a chance that Anthony Edwards will not play, or at the very least, could see decreased minutes. Look for Grant to hit the over on this rebound line with ease.

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