We have a massive 13-game slate in the NBA Saturday, with 11 contests tipping off in the evening window. This type of schedule means plenty of great player props for bettors to target. Here’s a few of our favorite plays for the day’s action with odds courtesy of DraftKings Sportsbook.
Paolo Banchero over 1.5 3-pointers vs. Pacers (+100)
This is exceptional value for a player who is shooting 38.3% from deep on the season. Banchero is going to get heavy usage in a game that should be relatively high-scoring, especially if Tyrese Haliburton does suit up for Indiana. The Pacers are the worst team at defending the perimeter this season, and Banchero has gone over this line twice in his last three games. He should can a couple triples tonight in a favorable matchup.
Anthony Davis over 14.5 rebounds vs. Thunder (+100)
The Lakers big man has been dominant on the glass, so he should come close to this mark regardless of the opponent. The Thunder are a solid outfit but have been shaky on the glass this season, ranking 29th in opponent rebounds allowed. Davis has grabbed 14+ rebounds in seven of the last 10 games, so he should be able to bounce back from a rare game where he failed to snag double-digit rebounds. Davis is officially listed as questionable, so make sure he’s cleared on the final injury report before locking this prop in.
Dejounte Murray over 5.5 assists vs. Grizzlies (+100)
The Hawks guard takes a back seat to Trae Young when it comes to dishing the rock, but Murray has found his own way to make an impact in this offense. He’s averaging 6.1 assists per game over his last nine contests, going over this line five times with two unders coming at five assists. The Grizzlies are a tough matchup as they rank ninth in opponent assists allowed, but Murray is in fine form right now. Back him to top this line Saturday.
Pascal Siakam over 22.5 points vs. Jazz (-150)
The Raptors star is on a tear of late, averaging 24.9 points per game on 60/43/77 shooting splits over the last eight games. He’s coming off a 31-point outing against the Sixers, and has gone over this line in five games over this stretch. The Jazz are getting some key rotation players back, which means this game might be closer than expected and Siakam would get more minutes. Utah is allowing 119.4 points per game this season, so the matchup is favorable for the forward to go over this line.
Stephen Curry over 37.5 points + rebounds + assists vs. Trail Blazers (-120)
The Warriors have talked about needing to take pressure off Curry, but he’s tallied 30+ points in three of the last four games. His lone dud in this stretch came against the Trail Blazers in a 4-point win where he tallied 17 PRA. Curry is averaging 29.4 points, 3.7 assists and 4.3 rebounds per game when looking at the last seven contests excluding the Portland game. He will be looking to bounce back from that lackluster showing and should be able to clear this line.