Looking an NBA prop to bet on Wednesday night?
With 13 games in action, the BetSided team has combed through the entire slate to give you their best props for tonight's action.
Here's where each of our editors is leaning on Nov. 30:
Best NBA Prop Bets Record to Date
- NBA Best Prop Bets Record: 59-59 (-7.1477 units)
Best NBA Prop Bets Today
- Pascal Siakam OVER 33.5 Points, Rebounds and Assists (-115)
- Boston Celtics -2.5 1Q (-115) vs. Miami Heat
- Paolo Banchero OVER 21.5 Points (-110)
Pascal Siakam OVER 33.5 Points, Rebounds and Assists (-115)
This line is way too low for Pascal Siakam, who has cleared it in nine of his 10 games this season, including his first game back from injury.
Siakam is averaging 24.1 points, 9.5 rebounds and 7.4 assists per game this season, and he’s taking on a New Orleans Pelicans team that ranks 13th in the league in pace.
The All-Star forward does it all for the Raptors, and I think we’re getting a chance to take advantage of a low line because of his injury earlier this season. – Peter Dewey
Boston Celtics -2.5 1Q (-115) vs. Miami Heat
The Boston Celtics are already the league's best team in the first quarter, but since the middle of November, it's staggering how much better they've been.
Over the past two weeks, the Celtics and Golden State Warriors rank 1st and 2nd in all three advanced rating categories in the 1st quarter at home. Boston leads the league in 1st quarter home offensive rating by 16.1 points over the Warriors, defensive rating by 2.8 points, and net rating by +18.8 points over Golden State!
Tonight, they host the Miami Heat who are bottom 10 in the league in overall net rating (-7.3) in the first 12 minutes away from home, and 19th in defensive rating.
The Celtics are cruising and putting teams away early and often. This is an ideal matchup for them, especially with Jimmy Butler unavailable for Miami. – Ben Heisler
Paolo Banchero OVER 21.5 Points (-110)
After taking a few games to get back into his rhythm, Paolo Banchero is back in form.
He dropped 24 points against the Brooklyn Nets, and we’re going to back him to have another great game against the Atlanta Hawks. In his first meeting, he dropped 20 points on 33% shooting. With a little more efficiency and a second chance at the Hawks defenders, expect the Orlando Magic’s top scorer to do his job. – Donnavan Smoot
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