Welcome to another Tuesday version of NBA betting props everybody! I went 6-6 in Friday’s action of play! My record so far this regular season is 103-83. There will only be three games on tap for Tuesday night across the NBA.
Game 1: MIL vs PHI: Giannis Antetokounmpo: Over 45.5 PTS+REBS+ASTS: The over money line on BETUS is -110 and the under money line on BETUS is -120. Betting on the under for Giannis Antetokounmpo for anything is a mistake and I learned from the last time. If it is the under, then it wasn’t meant to be. The over is more favorable because Giannis Antetokounmpo is the most dominant player in the NBA.
Giannis Antetokounmpo: Over 28.5 PTS: The over and under money line on BETUS is -115. The Philadelphia 76ers do give up the eighth fewest points in the NBA at 102.6. However, Giannis Antetokounmpo is still going to score his points against Philadelphia. He averages 27.4 PPG so far this season and Antetokounmpo is always a threat to score on every possession.
Jrue Holiday: Under 21.5 PTS+ASTS: The money line for the under is -125 and the money line for the over is -105. This is a gut feeling pick that Jrue Holiday will get the under and not the over.
Tyrese Maxey: Over 21.5 PTS+ASTS: With the Philadelphia 76ers being shorthanded, Tyrese Maxey is a player that his numbers will go up and start to produce more. The over and under money line here is -115 on BETUS.
Tyrese Maxey: Over 16.5 PTS: The money line here is -105 for the over and -125 for the under on BETUS. Maxey will be the primary scorer for the Philadelphia 76ers.
Andre Drummond: Under 14.5 REBS: The under money line here is -125 on BETUS and the over money line here is -105 on BETUS. Drummond did grab 25 rebounds on Monday night against the New York Knicks. Andre Drummond is a rebounding machine, but 14.5 is a large number here. With Joel Embiid out, Drummond will start in his place. The Milwaukee Bucks are ranked 23rd in the NBA at giving up 47.3 RPG. Again, it feels like 14.5 is too big of a number for me to take the over and I like the under here and it makes me feel more comfortable here.
Game 2: ATL vs UTAH: Trae Young: Under 36.5 PTS+REBS+ASTS: The under money line on BETUS is -125 and the over money line on BETUS is -105. Trae Young is a very good offensive player, but the Utah Jazz is top 10 defensively in the NBA in statistical categories of points, rebounds, and assists given up per game. This is going to be a very rough night for him.
Trae Young: Under 25.5 PTS: The money line on BETUS is -125 for the under and the over money line here on BETUS is -105. This is a gut feeling kind of game that Trae Young will not score a lot of points here.
Clint Capela: Over 11.5 REBS: Even though Utah gives up the second-fewest rebounds per game at 41.2 RPG, Clint Capela is still going to grab his rebounds. The over and under money line on BETUS is -115. He averages 10.9 RPG so far this season.
Donovan Mitchell: Over 31.5 PTS+ASTS: The over money line here is -110 on BETUS and the under money line here is -120 on BETUS. Donovan Mitchell will probably score 28 points alone and then probably add another four assists to this total. The Atlanta Hawks give up the fourth most assists per game so far this season at 26.1.
Donovan Mitchell: Over 26.5 PTS: The over money line here is -110 on BETUS and the money line for the under is -120. The Atlanta Hawks give up the fifth-most points in the NBA at 111.5 PPG so far this season. Donovan Mitchell averages 25.8 PPG so far this season and he is by far the best scorer on the Utah Jazz.
Mike Conley: Over 5.5 ASTS: The over money line on BETUS is -120 and the under money line is -110 on BETUS. Atlanta gives up a ton of assists per game and Mike Conley loves to spread the rock. He averages 4.8 APG so far this season, but will probably go over this total tonight.
Game 3: POR vs LAC: Damian Lillard: Under 24.5 PTS: The money line for the under on BETUS is -105 and the money line for the over is -125. The Los Angeles Clippers give up the sixth-fewest points in the NBA at 102.5 PPG. Damian Lillard is usually a hit-or-miss player.
Jusuf Nurkic: Over 10.5 REBS: The money line for the over is -110 and the money line for the under is -120 on BETUS. Nurkic is averaging 11.9 RPG so far this season. The Los Angeles Clippers give up the third-most rebounds in the NBA per game at 49.3 RPG so far this season.
C.J. McCollum: Over 21.5 PTS: The over money line on BETUS is -135 and the under money line on BETUS is +105. I don’t think taking the under would be a bad bet here, but I think C.J. McCollum is going to have a better night scoring the basketball than Damian Lillard is going to.
Paul George: Over 33.5 PTS+ASTS: The money line for the over and the under on BETUS is -115. Portland is in the middle of pact defensively at giving up 107.4 PPG, which is ranked 15th in the NBA. The Trail Blazers give up the second-most assists in the NBA at 27.9 PPG. Paul George will and should have a good night.
Reggie Jackson: Over 7.5 REBS+ASTS: The money line for the over is -145. The money line for the under is +115. Reggie Jackson is going to probably record seven to eight assists alone in this prop. Portland is terrible in giving up assists and is only averaging 4.3 APG, but Jackson will get more tonight. He also averages 3.7 RPG so far this season.
Ivica Zubac: Under 7.5 REBS: The under and the over money line on BETUS is -115. The Portland Trail Blazers give up the seventh-fewest rebounds per game, along with the Golden State Warriors in the NBA so far this season at 43.7 RPG. He averages 7.1 RPG, but I feel like Ivica Zubac will not reach his total. Ivica Zubac averages 7.1 RPG so far this season.
-Glenn Kaplan, 12oz Sports Contributor, Live Monday’s at 3 p.m. ET & Thursday at 11 a.m. ET on 12oz Sports
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