We had a 1-2 setback with our college basketball player props last night! Cameron Hildreth didn't dish out a single assist for Wake Forest against Duke, which burned our Over 1.5 ticket. Mark Mitchell hooked us by grabbing a rebound with 23 seconds left to make our Under 6.5 pick a loser. Betting props is indeed a game of inches.
Thankfully, Jeremy Roach nailed (2) three-pointers at a nice plus money price to save us from a total disaster. Let's bounce back strong with the top prop bets on the board for Tuesday, February 13. Thanks as always for reading, and best of luck with your action on the hardwood!
We've done very well with these 3-point props so there's no reason to stop now. Cook certainly has no trouble firing away from beyond the arc. The 6-foot junior averages 6.25 three-point attempts per contest. That should help our case for the Over!
Cook's median number of made 3s is 2 this season, and he's made 2 or more shots from downtown in 7 of his 12 ball games. The Walker Louisiana native also shoots the ball well on the highway, as he's gone over this total in 4 out of 5 road/neutral games.
Cook should also match up pretty well against this Florida defense. The Gators aren't terrible defensively, but they rank outside the Top 100 at defending three-pointers (32.6%). LSU is also a huge underdog in this game, so Cook will have to fire away from three-point land quite often to keep the Tigers in this one. Take the Over!
Here's an Under that we're quite fond of. Domask is a nice player for the Illini, but he's more of a scoring threat than a facilitator. His median assists number for the 23-24 campaign is just 3.
The 6-6 forward has racked up 4 assists or less in 15 of his 23 outings this season. Domask has also stayed under this assists line in 3 of his last 4 and 9 of his 14 home games. He's averaging just 3.4 assists per game in 129 career collegiate games.
The only thing that scares us here is the matchup. Michigan has struggled on the defensive end all year long, so that's definitely a concern. Nevertheless, Domask only finished with 3 assists against the Wolverines back on January 18. Let's hold our breath and play the Under.
Let's wrap up the Tuesday card with another Under! According to our numbers, this prop line should be 7.5 or even 6.5. Through 24 games this season, Brown has a median rebounding number of just 7. That figure alone is enough for us to like the Under.
Still not convinced? Brown has grabbed 8 rebounds or less in 18 of his 24 ball games this season. He's also stayed under this rebounding number in 4 of his last 5 outings. The 6-8 sophomore will also be competing with UNC superstar Armando Bacot for boards in this one, which will be a tall order.
Lastly, North Carolina rebounds the ball extremely well as a team. The Tar Heels rank 5th in the country in rebounds per game, while the Cuse ranks just 226th. Let's ride another Under to the promised land.
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