The hardwood is going to be busy all week/weekend with the NCAA Tournament but we cannot forget about the professionals as well. We have a short 4-game slate tonight, but as always, we have found a few great props that we believe will help you all build your bankrolls before Thursday’s tourney tip-off.
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With Memphis, Brooklyn, Miami, and Phoenix all in action tonight, this should be a solid four-game slate. The only nationally televised game out of this group is Phoenix at New Orleans, which tips off on NBA TV at 8:00 PM.
On Any NBA or CBB Game
2+ Made Three Pointers/1+ Steals/Over 4.5 Assists (+115 at DraftKings)
Kyrie has made at least 2 threes in 10 straight games and has 23 attempts from deep over his last 2 games. Over his last 8 games, Kyrie has been averaging 6.25 assists per game. Kyrie has picked up at least 1 steal in 5 straight games and is averaging 1.8 per game over that stretch.
Irving has shredded the Magic as a Net, averaging 35/7/6/2. He is arguably playing his best basketball of the year. Since the Harden trade, he is averaging 31.5 PPG, while averaging 4 made 3s per game.
Grant OVER 16.5 Points/Bam 25+ Points+Rebounds (+120 at FanDuel)
Grant has exceeded this number of points in 6 of his last 10 games. He had 21 points in his last game against the Heat and is averaging 19ppg on the season. Bam has gone over 25 Points+Rebounds in 7 of his last 10 games. He finished with 24 total in his only meeting with the Pistons back in November. He’s been scoring extremely efficiently and over the last 2 games, he is averaging 14.5 rebounds.
Best Available Number: +120 at BetMGM
Bane has gone under 3 made threes in 4 of his last 9 games. Tonight, he is facing the Pacers who allow just 4.87 made threes per game to their opponents. That's good enough for 3rd best in the league. They trail only Detroit and San Antonio, and the Spurs just held Bane to 1 of 5 from deep just 7 games ago. I believe Bane will struggle again against a strong perimeter defense in the Pacers.
Best Available Number: -105 at PointsBet
Adams is averaging 9.8 boards per game and has gone over 11 boards in 5 of his last 9 games. He is coming off a 16-rebound game against the Thunder. The Pacers give up the 4th most rebounds per game and that should help with this over.