3 Best NBA Prop Bets Today for Bucks vs. Clippers (Back Reggie Jackson, Grayson Allen)

LA Clippers guard Reggie Jackson.
LA Clippers guard Reggie Jackson. / Trevor Ruszkowski-USA TODAY Sports

The Milwaukee Bucks are four-point favorites at WynnBET on Sunday when they hit the road against the Los Angeles Clippers. 

The Bucks are 11-7 against the spread as a road favorite this season, but they have struggled on back-to-backs, going just 2-7 ATS. 

If you don’t feel there’s any value on picking a side in this game, here are three player props to consider on Sunday night: 

Best Prop Bets for Bucks vs. Clippers

  • Bobby Portis OVER 7.5 Rebounds (-130)
  • Grayson Allen 15+ Points, Assists and Rebounds (-105)
  • Reggie Jackson 25+ Points, Assists and Rebounds (-130)

Bobby Portis OVER 7.5 Rebounds (-130)

BetSided’s Iain MacMillan pointed out that the Clippers are one of the worst rebounding teams in the NBA, and while Portis has missed this number as a rebounder, it’s mainly because the Bucks have played a bunch of blowout games. 

Portis is averaging 9.1 rebounds per game this season, so I’m going to buy low and take advantage of his number being below eight in this matchup. 

Grayson Allen 15+ Points, Assists and Rebounds (-105)

Grayson Allen may not strike anyone as a stat-sheet stuffer, but he’s been scoring the ball at a solid clip this season, averaging 11.7 points per game while shooting 42.5 percent from the field and 39.3 percent from 3. 

Over his last four games, Allen has hit 15-plus points, rebounds and assists in three of them:

  • Jan. 28: 15 points, seven rebounds, two assists (24)
  • Jan. 30: 11 points, four rebounds, two assists (17)
  • Feb. 1: 10 points, six rebounds, six assists (22)
  • Feb. 5: Eight points, four rebounds, one assist (13)

The difference in yesterday’s game is Allen played just 24:34 because of the blowout win. I think in a closer game he easily clears this number tonight. 

Reggie Jackson 25+ Points, Assists and Rebounds (-130)

The Clippers shuffled their roster with the Norman Powell trade, but Reggie Jackson is still a constant in the team’s offense, as he’s entering this game with season averages of 16.7 points, 3.4 rebounds and 4.1 assists per game. 

I like Jackson to go over this number as he’s scored 19 or more points in three straight and seven of his last 10. If Jackson can score in the high teens, he’s pretty much a lock to get over this number. 

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