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NBA No House Advantage – Best NBA Player Props
Domantas Sabonis Over 20.5 Points
Although this is a tougher matchup for Sabonis, he has had of 13, 11 and 16 rebounds in his last three games. NBA Bet Pro believes that Sabonis will perform well and hit the over on his rebound total, especially with Zion Williamson out for New Orleans. The point spread is close, and Sabonis is expected to see a lot of playing time, giving him the opportunity to reach his full potential in terms of usage and rebounding.
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Fred VanVleet Under 22.5 Points
VanVleet has been hot lately, with over 30 points in each of his last two games, but the matchup against the Grizzlies presents a tougher challenge, as they are above average in terms of guarding against the point guard position. Additionally, the Raptors have an implied team total under 115. The 22.5-point prop for VanVleet may be a bit too high given the tough matchup and the presence of other strong contributors like Gary Trent Jr. and Scottie Barnes. NBA Bet Pro also leans towards the under on this prop.
Tyrese Haliburton Under 9.5 Assists
Haliburton recently returned from injury and had 12 assists in his first game back, followed by nine in his second game. It’s a good opportunity to fade Haliburton due to his recent return from injury and a tough matchup against the Cavaliers, who have a solid defense. With an implied team total of only 110 for Indiana, Halliburton’s total of 9.5 assists is too high. NBA Bet Pro also supports taking the under on Halliburton’s assists.