Best NBA Prop Bets For Tonight's Slate

Stephen Curry has the hot hand early in the seaosn.
Stephen Curry has the hot hand early in the seaosn. / Kelley L Cox-USA TODAY Sports

It’s a busy day in the Association. There’s five games on the docket and while some of them may not be worth it on the moneyline, you can still get involved with several player props

Whether it's with Steph Curry in Oklahoma City or Joel Embiid against the Knicks, the BetSided team has you covered with our best prop bets of the night.

All odds listed are via WynnBET.

Best Bets For Tonight's NBA Games

  • Evan Fournier OVER 14.5 Points (-105)
  • Steph Curry OVER 5.5 Rebounds (-140) and OVER 32.5 Points (-125)
  • Jordan Poole OVER 18.5 Points (-120)
  • Draymond Green OVER 7.5 Rebounds -125
  • Dejounte Murray OVER 16.5 Points (-120)

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Evan Fournier OVER 14.5 Points (-105)

We all knew the Knicks needed more offense and Evan Fournier has been exactly that. He’s averaging 19.3 points per game in the early going. Fournier is also shooting 41.4% from downtown, which makes me love this line even more. 

Fournier is the second-leading scorer on the Knicks and also gets up the second-most shots on the team. 

The Sixers’ best perimeter defender is Matisse Thybulle and he will likely take the assignment of Julius Randle. If he does, Fournier will be able to take advantage of Danny Green guarding him and get his points.

Outside of Sunday’s debacle loss to the Magic, Fournier put up over 15 points in each of the first two games. He’s a steady and reliable scorer and that’s why I’m putting my faith in him tonight. -- Donnavan Smoot

Steph Curry OVER 5.5 Rebounds (-140) and OVER 32.5 Points (-125)

I am feeling GREAT about my preseason MVP pick after Steph Curry’s start to the 2021-22 season. 

The two-time MVP is averaging 31.0 points, 9.0 rebounds and 7.0 assists per game heading into a road matchup against the lowly Oklahoma City Thunder on Tuesday. 

The Thunder are 23rd in the NBA in opponent points allowed per game and have scored the second-fewest points per game in the NBA this season.

You know that's a recipe for? A lot of misses on one end and a lot of Steph Curry buckets on the other. Curry hasn’t shot the ball particularly well in two of the three games he’s played this season, but I think he gets back on track against a struggling Thunder team. 

As for the rebounds? Steph has put up 10, 10 and 7 rebounds over his first three games this season. If you don’t want to take the juice on either prop you can parlay them together at +209 odds ($25 wager pays $52.14) at WynnBET. -- Peter Dewey

Jordan Poole OVER 18.5 Points (-120)

Poole has cleared this number in two of three games and will now face the worst defense in the league by nearly all metrics in the Thunder.

The Michigan product has taken over as the secondary scorer next to Stephen Curry and has looked the part this far. The volume will be there, he has taken at least 14 field goal attempts and five three-point shots in each game this season, so I'll look for Poole to push 20 points on Tuesday night in a likely blowout. -- Reed Wallach

Draymond Green OVER 7.5 Rebounds -125

After only missing on Jusuf Nurkic's rebound prop last night because the Trail Blazers sat him for the entire 4th quarter, I'm back on another rebounding prop for tonight.

The formula is simple, take the over on the best rebounder on a team when they face a team that stinks at grabbing boards. That's what we have in tonight's Warriors vs Thunder game. OKC ranks 26th in the NBA so far this season in rebounding rate, only grabbing 47% of boards. Draymond has already surpassed 7.5 rebounds once this season, and this will be the first time he'll be going up against a team that struggles down low. -- Iain MacMillan

Dejounte Murray OVER 16.5 Points (-120)

Murray has been a terrific stat-sheet stuffer in their first three games of the season, averaging 7 assists per game to go along with 8 boards and 13.3 points. But he hasn't scored more than 15 points in any of their matchups so far this season.

So why will tonight be the night he finally breaks through?

For starters, this is not the same Lakers team as a season ago when they were a top-3 defensive unit. Right now, they rank 28th in points allowed and LeBron James is currently questionable.

Look for Murray to take a more active approach getting to the bucket and taking advantage with the ball in his hands with the Spurs at home in an opportunity for a signature win. -- Ben Heisler