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Best NBA prop bets today (Fade Kyrie Irving’s high scoring prop)

Thursday night’s NBA action brings us a couple of primetime games, and I have a player prop pick in each for bettors who want to really get involved in the game.

Both players have hit these props in at least eight of their last 10 games, so we’re banking on consistency to keep this going on Thursday.

Let’s dive into the picks:

Best NBA prop bets record to date

Best NBA prop bets today

  • Draymond Green OVER 12.5 Assists and Rebounds (-130)
  • Kyrie Irving UNDER 29.5 Points (-115)

Draymond Green OVER 12.5 Rebounds and Assists

The Golden State Warriors and Draymond Green are in Boston on Thursday night for an NBA Finals rematch, and there may be some value on the veteran forward to have a big game.

Green is really playing well as of late, going over 12.5 rebounds and assists in eight of his last 10 games. During this stretch, Green is putting up 9.0 rebounds and 6.5 assists per game, easily clearing his prop number of 12.5.

Even though Boston was an elite defense last season, the Warriors gave them trouble in the NBA Finals. With Steph Curry back and Jordan Poole heating up as of late, Green should be able to facilitate the offense and push himself over this number.

Kyrie Irving UNDER 29.5 Points

Brooklyn Nets star Kyrie Irving has seen his prop bet for points rise all the way to 29.5 in the wake of Kevin Durant’s MCL injury, but he’s gone UNDER this in both games without KD.

Kyrie is likely going to deal with Mikal Bridges tonight, who is one of the best perimeter defenders in the NBA. Irving can score on just about anyone, but I wouldn’t be shocked if the Phoenix Suns try to take him out of this game.

Irving has scored less than 30 points in nine of his last 10 games, and with the Nets failing to score more than 102 points in three straight, I don’t see him having a huge game in Phoenix.

Game odds refresh periodically and are subject to change.

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