Best NBA Prop Bets Today (Back Patty Mills, Richaun Holmes On Friday Night

Brooklyn Nets guard Patty Mills.
Brooklyn Nets guard Patty Mills. / Dennis Schneidler-USA TODAY Sports

The BetSided team is all in on player props for this NBA season, sharing our favorite and best prop bet picks each day during the year. 

Best NBA Prop Bets Record to Date

  • NBA Best Prop Bets Record: 153-127-4 (+5.2565 units)

Here are the plays our team is eyeing for tonight’s slate with all odds via WynnBET:

Best NBA Prop Bets Today

  • Kyle Kuzma UNDER 17.5 Points (-135)
  • Patty Mills OVER 12.5 Points (-105)
  • Richaun Holmes OVER 10.5 Points (-120)

Wizards vs. Grizzlies: Kyle Kuzma UNDER 17.5 Points (-135)

Kuzma has missed this line in four of his last five games and I don’t see that changing going up against the Grizzlies. Since Beal has been back, Kuzma’s attempts have dropped – which was the main reason he was putting up high numbers just two weeks ago. Tonight, he’ll have to go through Jaren Jackson Jr. at the rim, and I’ll take Jackson in that matchup. Kuzma has only hit one three in five of his last seven games. Unless he starts chucking from downtown, I don’t see him having a great game. – Donnavan Smoot 

Nets vs. Warriors: Patty Mills OVER 12.5 Points (-105)

Too too too low. This is Mills average in games with Kyrie Irving, but I am going to bank on a big outing out of the guard considering that average includes a three point outing on a back-to-back. With Irving on the floor the court opens up much more for the marksman who is shooting 42.5% from beyond the arc this season. The Nets have the highest offensive rating in the NBA in road games with Irving back in the fold, and I expect we see a ton of fireworks on Saturday night. – Reed Wallach

Kings vs. 76ers: Richaun Holmes OVER 10.5 PTS (-120)

For as sensational as Joel Embiid has been over his last several games, it's worth nothing how dominant opposing centers have been against him on defense.

That list doesn't include Anthony Davis of the L.A. Lakers on Thursday night who went for 31 points, 12 boards, and four blocks.

Tonight, we get Richaun Holmes of the Kings who should continue in the ongoing series of centers to fill the stat sheet against Embiid. Over his past four games, he's gone below 10.5 just once, finishing with only nine points in a blowout 128-75 loss to the Celtics.

I'd expect Holmes to clear this number easily, and would bet this before the number climbs up. – Ben Heisler