Friday night in the NBA features a colossal 13-game schedule, presenting numerous enticing NBA player projections to focus on at PrizePicks. Utilizing Stokastic’s PrizePicks NBA Player Projections Tool, we have identified four standout picks worth considering. Let’s dive straight into it.
PrizePicks NBA Player Projections | March 31
De’Aaron Fox Over 22.5 Points
Fox has been one of the most consistent scorers in the NBA this season, averaging 25.2 points per game. The Sacramento Kings will face off against the Portland Trail Blazers, who will be missing seven of their best players. This makes the Blazers a terrible basketball team across the board, which means the Kings should win this game handily. This situation sets up perfectly for Fox to score more than 22.5 points. The PrizePicks NBA Player Projections Tool has Fox projected for a little north of 26 points in this matchup. Fox’s scoring should be simple, especially in transition.
Stephen Curry Under 28.5 Points
The Golden State Warriors will take on the San Antonio Spurs. The Warriors are double-digit favorites in this game, and the PrizePicks NBA Player Projections Tool has Curry projected for 26 points. This is 2.5 points below the 28.5 points line set by PrizePicks. While Curry can go out there and have a massive game, he won’t need to do as much in this game. If the Warriors dominate this game as they should, Curry can rest in the fourth quarter.
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Draymond Green Over 7.0 Rebounds
Green has been rebounding at an elite level, averaging 7.3 rebounds per game. There will be many missed shots when the Warriors play the Spurs, which means greatly increased rebounding opportunities for Green. Although PrizePicks has set the line at seven rebounds, the PrizePicks NBA Player Projections Tool has him for 9.3 rebounds in this matchup. This line is a little too low, and it would not be a surprise if it were to move to 7.5.
Josh Giddey Under 21.5 Points
The Oklahoma City Thunder will take on the New York Knicks, who have a solid defense. Furthermore, the Thunder may not actually be without Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, which means Giddey will be not assume quite as much scoring responsibility. The PrizePicks NBA Player Projections Tool has Giddey projected for only 18 points in this matchup.