We have a full slate of NBA action to look forward to tonight with 13 games tipping off across the league. With so many games taking place this evening, that presents plenty of opportunities to hit on player props courtesy of DraftKings Sportsbook. We’ll go over some of our favorites below.
Giannis Antetokounmpo over 0.5 threes (+175)
Milwaukee will be in action for the first time since Thursday when hosting Chicago on Monday. Antetokounmpo has been a virtual non-presence from beyond the arc, going just 9-37 from three this year. However, he’s facing a Bulls team who are yielding a league-high 14.6 threes per game this. So what the heck, I’ll predict Giannis getting one this evening.
Isaiah Stewart over 10.5 points (+100)
Detroit will try to avoid an abysmal 20th straight loss Monday when hosting an Indiana team fresh off a loss in the NBA In-Season Tournament final on Saturday. Teams are shooting 50% against the Pacers this year and there’s an opportunity for the Pistons to end this wretched losing streak if they can get things going offensively. That presents a chance for Stewart to eclipse his season total of 10.7 points per game and I think he’ll do just that with a nice offensive showing this evening.
Kyle Lowry under 10.5 points (+100)
Miami will visit Charlotte tonight and I don’t anticipate a huge offensive showing from Lowry in this one. The veteran is averaging just 9.4 ppg and has scored just 24 points combined in his last three outings. I think he’ll around his season average for this one, so I’ll take the under on his point total.
Tyrese Maxey over 4.5 rebounds (+124)
Philadelphia will have a chance to once again bully three-win Washington and can begin said bullying on the boards. The Wizards are yielding a league-high 49.8 rebounds per game and that’s an opportunity for every Sixers player to get in on the action. That includes Maxey, whose season average in 4.3 heading into tonight’s game. Grab the over on his rebound total.
Alperen Sengun under 0.5 blocks (+175)
San Antonio will visit Houston this evening and its yielding the least blocked shots in the league with only 3.8 per game. That stat makes sense when you have a 7’4” unicorn towering over defenders and this Rockets team isn’t exactly the lengthiest team in the league. Sengun has recorded five blocks in his last three games, but I think he’ll get stonewalled in that category this evening.