Best NBA Prop Bets Today (Trust Jaylen Brown, Tyrese Haliburton To Get Buckets On Friday)

Oct 24, 2022; Chicago, Illinois, USA; Chicago Bulls forward Patrick Williams (44) defends Boston
Oct 24, 2022; Chicago, Illinois, USA; Chicago Bulls forward Patrick Williams (44) defends Boston / David Banks-USA TODAY Sports

After a small two-game night, the NBA is back with a monster slate of games today. 

This season hasn’t gotten off to the best start for the team. We’re a few picks under .500, but we have a great feeling about today.

Best NBA Prop Bets Record to Date

  • NBA Best Prop Bets Record: 27-30 (-6.2341 Units)

Best NBA Prop Bets Today

  • Tyrese Haliburton OVER 18.5 Points (-128) 
  • Jaylen Brown OVER 24.5 Points (-106)
  • Julius Randle To Record A Double-Double (+135)

Tyrese Haliburton OVER 18.5 Points (-128) 

Haliburton is coming off a tough game against the Nets, but this is still a great line to back him. He’s cleared this line in every game but two this year. He’s scored at least 24 points in five of the Pacers’ eight games. Miami has struggled this season on defense, ranking 17th in defensive rating. With Halliburton as the engine of the offense, I’ll easily back him tonight. – Donnavan Smoot

Jaylen Brown OVER 24.5 Points (-106)

Brown is averaging 26 points per game this season, so we need a ho-hum effort to clear this number and I think we can get just that against a middling Bulls defense that has struggled to check wings all season. While the Bulls have a top five defense on the season, DeMar DeRozan and Zach Lavine are both minus defenders and Brown has continued to grow as a bucket getter. He is taking three more shots per game than last season and nearly a free throw more, making me more comfortable taking this over. – Reed Wallach

Julius Randle to Record a Double-Double (+175)

Randle's shooting percentages are ugly this season, but he's still scored in double-digits in every game, so this is more of a bet on his rebounding potential.

He has a double-double in three of New York’s seven games so far and fell just one rebound shy in another matchup. In 19 career games against Philly, Randle averages 19.8 points and 9.7 rebounds per game, notching a double-double in seven of his last 10.

The Sixers rank 29th in the league in rebounding percentage, so Randle will have plenty of chances to gobble up missed shots. Current odds of +175 means we only need to hit the bet around 36% of the time to turn a profit, so Randle’s recent history of recording a double-double in 70% of his games against Philly gives us a huge value. – Joe Summers

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