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Stephen Curry stole the headlines with a 42-point explosion on Monday, while LeBron James and the Los Angeles Lakers closed out the Orlando Magic with a dramatic late-game finish. Now, it’s time for an abbreviated Tuesday schedule with only three games.
Here are our favorite player prop picks from Tuesday’s games.
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Durant recorded 11 rebounds in the Suns’ first two games of the season before only pulling down four in an abridged appearance against the Utah Jazz. He’s had to become not only the out-and-out scorer but also a strong rebounder in the absence of Devin Booker and Bradley Beal, both of whom are doubtful for Tuesday night.
The Suns are seventh in the league in rebounding percentage and are facing a San Antonio Spurs squad that is 29th in that category. Zach Collins and Victor Wembenyama, despite their size, aren’t strong rebounders, and Durant should have a nice night on the glass.
Wembanyama is a near must-bet with a line of 1.5. He’s two-for-three on overs (hitting two assists both times) but has repeatedly shown a great feel for the court and is a willing passer. He leads the Spurs with 4.7 turnovers per game but is at least trying to swing the ball around, and his assists should increase as he cleans up his decision-making.
The Suns will likely stick Josh Okogie on the 7-foot-4 French sensation, which will allow him to see over the defense and find open teammates. The Spurs are 11th in field goal percentage and should be able to make good on any looks that he gives them.
Randle is one of the strongest players in the NBA and grabbed at least 11 boards in all three of the Knicks’ early-season games. The Cleveland Cavaliers are also down Jarrett Allen, who is yet to play because of an ankle injury, which makes his path to the over on his rebounding total even more wide-open.
Randle has had a terrible start to the season shooting the ball, which should incentivize him even more to crash the glass. The Cavs are only 19th in rebounding percentage and will struggle to match the physicality and intensity the Knicks bring, as was proven in their first-round playoff series a year ago.
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Georgie is averaging 27.3 points per game while shooting 54.9% from the field (well above his best-ever mark for a season) and 39.1% from three. He’s also taking 17 field goals per game (.3 off the team lead) and 7.7 threes per game, which leads the Clippers.
To have those shooting statistics and be averaging 27.3 points and have a line of 27.5 points, we’ll take the under. We don’t believe that he’ll continue at this amazing efficiency forever, especially against an Orlando Magic team that has the best defensive rating in the Association. Plus, he’s gone under this total in two of three games.
Wagner let us down yesterday and only scored 16 points against the Lakers, but we like him to bounce back. The Clippers’ defensive rotations will be a mess because of the players they lost in the James Harden trade, and Wagner should dominate the Clippers’ second unit.
Norman Powell, Amir Coffey, and Bones Hyland are going to play heavy minutes, and Wagner can win all of those matchups. He also leads the Magic in scoring (19.3 points per game) and field goal attempts (15 per game), which bodes well for his chances of hitting the over.
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