The Association serves up nine games for Wednesday's slate, and there is plenty of value for NBA player props out there.
We'll take a look at three players who are screaming values in the prop betting markets. We kick things off with an examination of Mavericks' forward Kristaps Porzingis, who's over/under for points, rebounds, and assists (PRA) are looking very favorable.
We'll also break down our picks on two other guys who met last night in the highest-scoring game of the night and will be playing in back-to-backs for the first time with their teams.
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Best NBA Player Props for Wednesday (3/4)
Mavericks Forward Kristaps Porzingis
Over 34.5 PRA (-121 @ DraftKings)
Kristaps Porzingis has been a consistent offensive threat when he's healthy enough to play. He's now playing in his second straight game after sitting versus Chicago with knee soreness.
Porzingis has been on fire in February, recording 25.2 points, 10.6 rebounds, and 2.3 assists (38.1 PRA) in nine games. In his last five, he's averaged 25.8 points, 11.4 rebounds, and 3 assists (40.2 PRA) and played 34 or more minutes in three of those contests. Dallas is averaging 116.3 points per game over their last five (ninth), and attempting the second-most three-pointers per game (44.2).
- Porzingis has gone over 34.5 PRA in seven of his last 10 games overall
- He's double-doubled in five of his last six games, averaging 37.6 in points and rebounds alone
- The Pelicans allow the fifth-most points (23.69) and seventh-most rebounds (11.66) per game to power forwards
- New Orleans is playing its first back-to-back since January 10th & 11th, and they allowed 140 points in the second night of the back-to-back to Boston
Expect points aplenty tonight. The Pelicans have allowed 116.8 PPG over their last five, and the Mavericks are 3-0 against the Pelicans this season, including a 130-84 home win on Dec. 7.
Porzingis has turned in subpar averages in the three meetings with New Orleans, averaging 14.7 points, 5.3 rebounds, and 2 assists and hitting his RPA under in all three.
But with his high level of play over his last 10, and the fatigue factor creeping in on New Orleans, back KP to keep his streak alive.
Next up is another pick from the Pelicans-Mavericks matchup which presents a ton of value.