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Best Pacers player prop bets to consider for In-Season Tournament final

We go over the lines on DraftKings Sportsbook and pick out our favorite player prop bets you should consider for the Pacers in Saturday’s final.

In-Season Tournament - Indiana Pacers v Milwaukee Bucks
Myles Turner of the Indiana Pacers celebrates during the game against the Milwaukee Bucks during the semifinals of the In-Season Tournament on December 7, 2023 at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Photo by Andrew D. Bernstein/NBAE via Getty Images

The Indiana Pacers have knocked off the top teams in the Eastern Conference to reach the NBA In-Season Tournament final, and will now get to meet the Los Angeles Lakers Saturday for a chance to win the whole thing. Here’s a look at some of the best Pacers player props for the contest, with odds courtesy of DraftKings Sportsbook.

Tyrese Haliburton under 2.5 turnovers (+105)

The point guard is on a new level right now, elevating his play during the knockout rounds of this tournament. Haliburton had zero turnovers combined in the last two games against Boston and Milwaukee, so there’s little reason to believe he’ll suddenly become a turnover machine tonight. The Lakers are better defensively, but Haliburton has gone under this line in four of the last five games. At plus money, this is one of the best props on the slate.

Myles Turner over 9.5 rebounds (+110)

It’s surprising to see this prop at plus money, since Turner has hit 10 rebounds in each of the last three games and four of the last six. He has failed to grab at least nine rebounds in just two of the last eight games, so the big man should really be close to this mark. The Lakers have some formidable forces in the middle, but actually rank 22nd in opponent rebounds allowed. That presents a good opportunity for Turner to continue his production on the glass.

Buddy Hield under 2.5 3-pointers made (+105)

This is a dangerous play given Hield’s ability to hit the triple in general. The guard is shooting 38.8% from deep this season, but that was 43% before a recent slump. Hield is shooting just 24.2% from behind the arc in the last five games, going under this line in four of them. The Lakers do rank poorly in opponent threes made, but they are much better when it comes to opponent three-point percentage. Expect LA to protect the perimeter tonight, and focus on preventing Hield from getting hot.