Best NBA Prop Bets Today (Fade Luka Doncic, Back Ivica Zubac on Thursday)

The BetSided team is betting on player props this NBA season, sharing our most popular and best prop betting tips every day throughout the year.

Here are the games our team has their sights set on tonight with everyone Odds on WynnBET:

Dejounte Murray OVER 22.5 points (-125)

This is an easy pick for me on Thursday night as Dejounte faces Murray and the San Antonio Spurs the second-worst defense in the league (Sacramento Kings), which also plays the second night of a back-to-back.

Murray has adjusted that number in three of his last six games, and the last time these two teams played, he lost 25 to the Kings.

Murray has also seen his shots pick up lately, firing 19.2 shots per game in his last 10. With Derrick White in Boston, the ball should be a ton in Murray’s hands this game. – Peter Dewey

Luka Doncic UNDER 30.5 points (-125)

bless my soul That number is just too high. Luka Doncic has been averaging over 33 points per game since early February, but the Warriors are one of the better defensive teams in the league with the possibility of moving in with full-backs like Gary Payton II and Andrew Wiggins.

Ultimately, this number expects such insane output that I can’t play it. Even with victories, Doncic influences games in other ways. Against the Lakers, a five-point win Tuesday night, the Mavs guard had 25 points. Expecting a slightly lower than expected reading tonight and playing under. – Reed gelding

Ivica Zubac OVER 9.5 rebounds (+110)

I’m embracing this chance to get the OVER of Ivica Zubac’s rebound total against the Lakers tonight. Since losing Anthony Davis, the Los Angeles Lakers have become a lousy rebound team, especially in the last few games. Over the past three years, the Lakers have only caught 44.9% of rebounds, which is embarrassing, to say the least. Even LeBron looks like he has no interest in recovering.

Zubac has been hot on the boards lately. He’s caught double-digit boards in four of his last five starts and five of his last seven. A similar performance tonight and we’ll collect a nice plus money bet. – Iain MacMillan

Ivica Zubac OVER 11.5 points (-115)

Zubac has cleared that line in five of their last six games. The only game he missed was against the Lakers, but it was also his worst shooting night of the six games. Also in this game he failed to reach the free-throw line. Tonight will be a return to the norm for Zubac. The Los Angeles Clippers have dominated the Lakers lately and Zubac is a big part of that.

The Lakers don’t have a solid center to field for most of the game, so I expect Zubac to get offensive rebounds and get on the line at least once. – Donnavan Smoot

Coby White OVER 17.5 points, rebounds and assists (-135)

While the Bulls are still awaiting the return of Alex Caruso and Lonzo Ball, Coby White has taken his chance in backfield, with more than 30 minutes in six of his last seven games.

The one time he didn’t hit that mark? The last time against the Hawks was on February 24 after struggling with nasty problems throughout the night.

Tonight, the 17.5 is a very modest number to sort out, especially against an Atlanta Hawks team ranked 26th in defensive standings. He’s averaging 15.4 points, 4.1 rebounds and 3.9 assists per game, beating the projected 17.5 by almost six.

Given White’s minutes, even if he’s down in two of his last three games, this shouldn’t be a difficult hurdle to overcome. – Ben Heisler

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John Verrall

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