There are two NBA playoff games scheduled for Thursday, offering a great chance to check out NBA PrizePicks. To identify the top two NBA PrizePicks for May 11, we’ll be using Stokastic’s PrizePicks NBA Player Projections Tool. Let’s get into it.
NBA Player PrizePicks | May 11
Devin Booker More Than 31.5 Points
The Phoenix Suns are in a must-win situation, and if they want to stay alive in the playoffs, they need Devin Booker to play at his best. Booker has been a consistent scorer for the Suns throughout the season, and in the playoffs he has increased his output to 35.9 points per game. With the season on the line, Booker is expected to play heavy minutes and take a lot of shots. Booker has scored more than 31.5 points in six of 10 games he has played in the playoffs. In the two games that the Suns won in this series, Booker scored 36 and 47 points. If the Suns want to keep the game close, they will need Booker to play extended minutes and score heavily.
Jamal Murray More Than 2.5 3-Pointers
According to Stokastic’s PrizePicks NBA Player Projections Tool, Jamal Murray is projected to make 3.5 3-pointers in the game. Although he has only hit more than 2.5 3’s once in the series, Murray did it three times against Minnesota in Round 1. He went 6-for-10 in Game 1 and 0-for-9 in Game 2, so the volume is there even if the results are inconsistent. He is going to get shots up, and he should have a better stroke than he had in Game 2. The defense of the Suns may not be as strong as before, which could allow Murray to have more opportunities to take shots from beyond the arc.
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