Bets Prop Bets for NBA Friday

Domantas Sabonis is set up to have a great game today.
Domantas Sabonis is set up to have a great game today. / Sam Sharpe-USA TODAY Sports

There’s a full slate of NBA games tonight, including a few high profile matchups on ESPN. The Suns and Lakers will battle it out in Los Angeles while the Nets and Sixers will face off on the East coast. 

BetSided has you covered with props for Lakers-Suns and Nets-Sixers, but here are our best bets for the rest of the league tonight. 

All odds listed are via WynnBET

Tonight’s Best NBA Prop Bet - Eastern Conference

Domantas Sabonis OVER 21.5 Points (-120)

This might be the steal prop bet of the night. Sabonis is the No. 1 option for Pacers and just had a dominant night against the Hornets. The Wizards will be without Bradley Beal tonight, which means their rotation will be shorter and they will have to find a way to either score or stop Sabonis. He also took six threes in the Pacers’ first game, which is a great sign of his confidence from downtown. I would hammer this over and relax.

Jaylen Brown OVER 2.5 Assists (-130) 

Brown has become a better playmaker each year he’s been in the league. Even in his outstanding 46-point performance, Brown had 6 assists. The ball is going to be in his hands for a majority of the night and if Tatum is on his game, there will be assists to go around. The Celtics are playing the Raptors and based on night one, offense won’t be scarce. 

Tonight’s Best NBA Prop Bet - Western Conference

Jalen Green Over 13.5 Points (-110)

Green played 32 minutes in his NBA debut but only scored nine points. However, the promising sign for taking the over on this prop was that Green took 14 shots, six from beyond the arc, the volume is going to be there for the No. 2 pick. 

Now, he will face a softer defense in the Oklahoma City Thunder and I expect Green to continue pressing on offense. This total is way too low and I see the rookie clearing 20 on Friday night. 

Dejounte Murray Over 16.5 Points (+100)

The Spurs no longer have DeMar DeRozan taking 20+ shots and that volume needs to be spread out to other members of the rotation. Enter Mr. Murray. 

San Antonio’s lead guard scored 15 points on 17 shots in the team’s opening night victory, but the books can’t catch up to this, listing his total at 16.5 and even money on the over. 

The Nuggets backcourt lacks defensive stalwarts and I expect Murray to get a similar serving of shots on the road, so I’ll happily grab this cheap over.

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