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Best PrizePicks NBA Player Props: Will Tre Jones Set Up His Teammates?




Wednesday's best PrizePicks NBA player props include Tre Jones and his passing, along with Harrison Barnes and his rebounding...

With a 10-game card on tap tonight in the NBA, users looking to build the best PrizePicks NBA player prop lineups can easily get overwhelmed with attractive matchups. Two big-name contests, one between the Brooklyn Nets and Philadelphia 76ers, the other between the Golden State Warriors and Memphis Grizzlies, jump off the page — but they may not offer the most value. PrizePicks players should tail these plays, including one Tre Jones prop.

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PrizePicks NBA Player Props | Jan. 25

T.J. McConnell Prop O/U 0.5 3-Pointers

The Indiana Pacers will square off against the Orlando Magic tonight in Florida. With breakout point guard Tyrese Haliburton out, veteran T.J. McConnell will start in his stead. But that doesn’t mean bettors should rush to back the over for McConnell’s probs — in fact, the books might actually be overrating him in this spot.

McConnell, a 6-foot-1, 30-year-old point guard, just played north of 40 minutes last night. The PrizePicks NBA player props tool has him recording only 0.38 3-pointers tonight as the Pacers look to scale back his usage a bit. That gives this play an expected win rate of 68%, one of just five plays with a rate of 65% or better. Users can find the other four by signing up for a one-week free trial of NBA Bet Pro.

Best NBA Player Prop: T.J. McConnell Under 0.5 3-Pointers

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Harrison Barnes Prop O/U 4.5 Rebounds

The Sacramento Kings torched the Memphis Grizzlies early on Monday. The Kings racked up 47 first-quarter points. Harrison Barnes started the game with five-straight 3-pointers. That said, the PrizePicks NBA player props tool isn’t backing him to repeat that performance — it’s backing him to clean the glass instead.

Barnes is averaging 4.9 rebounds per game this year. That’s slightly better than his prop total, and the PrizePicks NBA player props tool even has him recording an impressive 5.6 rebounds, giving this play an expected hit rate of exactly 65%. Head to PrizePicks to add this play to your lineup. New users can even get a $100 instant deposit match!

Best NBA Player Prop: Harrison Barnes Over 4.5 Rebounds

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Tre Jones Prop O/U 6 Assists

The San Antonio Spurs will face the Los Angeles Lakers in what could turn into a track meet. The Lakers will get superstar big man Anthony Davis back, but Davis hasn’t played since mid-December and could face a minutes restriction. PrizePicks players looking for action on the late game should trust Tre Jones to dish out assists.

Jones has averaged 6.4 assists per game this season. He has recorded 22 assists against the Lakers across three games this year, including a season-high 13-assist performance in their last meeting. According to the PrizePicks NBA player props tool, Jones should dish out 6.8 assists tonight, which makes backing the over a sharp play.

Best NBA Player Prop: Tre Jones Over 6 Assists

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Isaiah Sirois is a Sports Betting Analyst at OddsShopper/Stokastic specializing in basketball, football and motorsports. He uses a wide variety of analytical tools to identify value on event-specific markets, and you trust his columns will be stuffed to the brim with data. Basketball is Isaiah’s favorite sport to handicap, and he has covered NBA, WNBA, NCAA and FIBA markets for OddsShopper and other sites. However, Isaiah’s favorite sport to follow is auto racing, and you can usually find him watching NASCAR or IndyCar during their seasons. He will be a fan of Team Penske and Ford Performance until the end of time. Isaiah graduated with a bachelor’s degree in history from Emory University.

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