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Best NBA Player Props for Wednesday, April 3: Edwards Should Dominate Toronto

Andrew Elmquist
Written by Andrew Elmquist
April 3, 2024
Best NBA Player Props for Wednesday, April 3

Happy Wednesday, everyone! We are getting down to the final stages of the 2023-2024 NBA Season, and we couldn’t be happier with the way things are shaping out.

The Eastern Conference is already locked up by the Boston Celtics, and the West seems to be anybody’s game with only a few weeks to go. As teams look to solidify their placement, either as a playoff seed or their positioning in the lottery, the next few weeks of on-court action could provide a lot of excitement and drama.

With that in mind, let’s take a look at our favorite player props for tonight’s action, all of which can be found on Underdog.

Live player props data coming soon for Dalano Banton.

Dalano Banton UNDER 20.5 Points

We were shocked to see how high Dalano Banton’s points line was tonight. Yes, he’s scored 21+ in three of his past four games, but that has mostly been due to incredible efficiency numbers.

For someone who is only averaging 9.1 PPG on the year, his recent hot streak is somewhat surprising. We anticipate Banton to come back down to Earth tonight, likely scoring closer to 10 or 12 points than 21, especially since this game could end up being a blowout.

Live player props data coming soon for Jayson Tatum.

Jayson Tatum UNDER 26.5 Points

We’re going to keep taking the under on Jayson Tatum’s points line until he proves us otherwise. He has gone under in his last two games, and with the Boston Celtics taking on the Oklahoma City Thunder, we’re not projecting this game to be the one he bounces back.

The Thunder are a tough matchup for any player, and while Tatum searches for his mojo, we’re projecting this game to be more of a Jaylen Brown scoring affair.

PlayerPropPrice
Anthony EdwardsOver 25.5 Points
Anthony EdwardsUnder 25.5 Points

Anthony Edwards OVER 25.5 Points

What happened to Anthony Edwards last night? The Timberwolves were able to pull out a win despite Edwards having a terrible shooting performance, shooting just 5-16 from the field, including a 0-6 performance at the three-point line.

This was an atypical night for a player of Edwards’ caliber, and as a result, we believe he’ll bounce back tonight in a big way against the Toronto Raptors. Look for Edwards to be upset with himself from yesterday, responding with a 30+ point performance in this one.

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