The Association serves up eight games for Tuesday's slate, and there is plenty of value for NBA player props out there.
We'll take a look at three players believed to have an edge and favorable matchups in tonight's action. The first is 76ers' forward Tobias Harris, who's over/under for three-pointers looks a little off.
We'll also break down our picks on two other guys whose betting markets have yet to catch up to their improved play since being snubbed as All Stars.
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Best NBA Player Props for Tuesday (3/3)
76ers Forward Tobias Harris
Over 1.5 Made Three-Pointers (-154 @ FanDuel)
Harris is the main man in Philadephia right now, as Ben Simmons and Joel Embiid both remain out for the 76ers. Their quest for improved playoff positioning won't get any easier tonight as they continue their stay in Los Angeles for a crack at LeBron's Lakers.
Harris played very well versus his former squad (Clippers) on Sunday, recording 25 points on 11 for 21 from the field (52.4%), and 3 for 7 from deep (32.4%). He's now knocked down three or more triples in three of his last four games and averaged 2.3 makes in February and 1.9 in January.
In the previous meeting with the Lakers this season, Harris went off, scoring 29 points making 3-of-8 three-pointers in Philadelphia.
- Harris has made two or more three-pointers in six of his last nine games versus West opponents
- Harris is attempting 4.8 three-point attempts in his last six games, making 1.8 per game out of the All-Star break
- He went 0-for-6 in his first two then 11-for-23 (47.8%) in his last four games
- Harris has made over one three-pointer in five of his last 10 road games
- Harris has made over one three-pointer in his last 9 of 15 games versus teams .500 or better
The Lakers are allowing an NBA-best 30.5 three-pointers attempted over their last 10 home games, but ranking ninth with 10.5 made (34.4%). They're giving up 110.5 points per game over their last 10 home games (T-10th), and without Embiid, the Lakers could push the pace without a rim protector in place for Philly.
If the pace of play is pushed early by the Lakers 12th-ranked unit (103.2) in pace factor, then Harris should see his 5.7 three-point attempts over the last four games increase tonight.
He's made two or more three-pointers in 29-of-61 games this season, and as the main scoring option, I'll take him to earn his 30th multi-make game from deep tonight.
Next up is a pick from the Clippers-Thunder matchup which presents a ton of value.