3 Best NBA Prop Bets for Heat vs. Celtics Game 4 (Trust Jayson Tatum, Fade Jaylen Brown)

Jayson Tatum and Jimmy Butler.
Jayson Tatum and Jimmy Butler. / Michael Reaves/GettyImages

The Boston Celtics are looking to keep their perfect 4-0 record following a loss going this postseason when they take on the Miami Heat tonight in Game 4

Boston is now a seven-point favorite at WynnBET after Tyler Herro was ruled out for this game with a groin injury. 

Here are three props that I am eyeing for Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Finals, with all odds via WynnBET

Best NBA Prop Bets for Heat vs. Celtics Game 4

  • Jaylen Brown UNDER 25.5 Points (-135)
  • Jimmy Butler 35+ Points, Rebounds, Assists (-179)
  • Jayson Tatum OVER 6.0 Rebounds (-120)

Jaylen Brown UNDER 25.5 Points (-135)

Jaylen Brown was fantastic in Game 3, scoring 40 points and helping keep Boston alive despite losing Marcus Smart and Jayson Tatum for small stretches in the second half. 

Despite that, Brown has cleared 25.5 points just four times in 14 playoff games. 

The volume is going to be there for Brown, but I will take my chances on him hitting the under after his prop was set at 23.5 for the first three games of this series. 

Jimmy Butler OVER 35+ Points, Rebounds and Assists (-179)

Jimmy Butler missed the second half of Game 3, and his knee injury is a bit of a concern here, but if he plays, I expect him to be a full go in Game 4. 

Butler’s PRA got as high as 39.5 in this series, but the injury has knocked it all the way back down to 35+ at WynnBET.  

Prior to getting injured in Game 3, Butler had cleared 35.5 PRA in seven straight games! If he’s healthy enough to play, we’re going to get Jimmy’s all, and I think he clears this line once again. 

Jayson Tatum OVER 6.0 Rebounds (-120)

Jayson Tatum has put up six or more rebounds in six of his last seven games, and I think he’s going to need to be a big part of Boston’s game plan on the glass if Robert Williams is unable to play again in Game 4.

I like that you have a little safety on this prop with the chance for the push, and Tatum averaged 8.0 rebounds per game during the regular season. I’ve been waiting for this prop to drop below 6.5, and we finally got it, so I’d play it tonight.

Find Peter Dewey’s full betting record in the NBA this season here.