Is there a better way to bet on the NBA than to take a player’s tools?
It’s certainly one of the most fun forms of betting, and BetSided is looking to present the crowd with three winners, with all plays focused on the final game between the Boston Celtics and Los Angeles Lakers on Tuesday night.
Let’s break down each pick and the latest possibilities:
Score the best NBA Prop bets to date
Best NBA Prop bets today
- Lonnie Walker IV over 13.5 points (-110)
- Anthony Davis over 43.5 points, rebounds and assists (-108)
- Jaylen Brown over 3.5 assists (+104)
Lonnie Walker IV over 13.5 points (-110)
Why do sportsbooks keep pinning low numbers on Lonnie Walker IV’s points brace?
Walker has eclipsed that streak 17 of his 23 games and was arguably the Lakers’ third-best player at some point this season.
The athletic guard averages 16.0 points per game while shooting 47.8% from the field and 39.0% from 3.
With Los Angeles always striving to pick up the pace, the team plays a slew of high-scoring games. That should be the case against the Celtics’ No. 1 offense on Tuesday night.
Walker sees a lot of use and is shot too well to pass up on this prop. – Peter Dewey
Anthony Davis over 43.5 points, rebounds and assists (-108)
Anthony Davis has been a machine for about a month, and now he’s up against a Celtics team that’s been down twice in a row on the second night of a back-to-back game. The Celtics are still one of the better defensive teams, but they are still in the points box, with 10 points allowed per 100 possessions as they wait for the return of Robert Williams III to guard players like Davis.
AD has surpassed that mark in eight of his last 10 games, playing several minutes (he only played eight minutes last week after leaving the game sick), and against an underperforming Celtics side. Guy to check it out he should be able to have a huge night out again. – Reed Wallach
Jaylen Brown over 3.5 assists (+104)
Jaylen Brown’s numbers have taken a hit in the past few games as the Celtics have fallen short, particularly in their loss to the Los Angeles Clippers on Monday night. Tonight against the Lakers should be a different story.
Brown has tallied 3.5 assists in his last three games, but before the games against the Phoenix Suns, Golden State Warriors and Clippers (three of the best defensive teams in the league), he had scored in three of his last four games. .
The Lakers are in the middle of the pack defensively and are playing with the second-highest pace in the league, giving Boston and Brown a large number of opportunities to take advantage of in the transitional phase.
This line already moves negative odds almost everywhere, so jump on the extra odds while you still can! – Ben Hessler
The game odds are updated periodically and are subject to change.