Warriors vs. Knicks: Julius Randle BELOW 21.5 points (-125)
Randle has missed this lane in the last four games and is now up against the best defensive team in the league. He’s been inconsistent on the pitch and has struggled to hit the ball this year. He shoots low in his career from the pitch and shoots nearly 10% worse than last year. While Randle needs to play better, the lack of offensive weapons on the Knicks also limits how many baskets Randle can get easily. Either way, it’s a recipe for a low-scoring game. – Donnavan Smoot
Raptors vs. Nets: Fred VanVleet BELOW 20.5 points (-125)
Fred VanVleet is averaging 19.4 points per game this season, but now he and the Raptors must take on one of the NBA’s best shot defenses in the Brooklyn Nets. Before tonight’s game, the Nets ranked second in the NBA in terms of opposing shot rate, keeping teams shooting 42.8% off the field. VanVleet also fell short with his shooting at the end of the year. He’s only hit 20 points once in his past six games and hasn’t shot further than 33% in three of his last four. – Iain MacMillan
Raptors vs. Nets: Scottie Barnes OVER 7.5 Rebounds (+110)
The Nets will be defeated with some important rotations such as LaMarcus Aldridge, De’Andre Bembry and James Johnson. The team will be left with only the two real big guys that have seen their time this year, Blake Griffin and Nicolas Claxton, leaving a shortage of resilient people on the floor, pointing me in the direction of props. this.
Barnes has seven or more rebounds in eight out of 10 games, and with limited big money on the floor, I’d stock up on some positive variance to get past this on the cheap. – Reed Wallach
Warriors vs. Knicks: Steph Curry BELOW 1.5 3 points taken in 1st half (+175)
Early this morning, I placed the odds on Which quarter will Steph Curry take the all-time 3 pointer in NBA history. While he only needs two tables to go, I think it’s worth sneaking in any time after the first quarter just because it seems so obvious.
But let’s take a little closer look at the numbers.
Curry this season has averaged 5.38 3-pointers per game. In his career versus the Knicks, a team that have allowed the sixth fewest shots from downtown this season, he’s averaged just 4.8 three shots. Both of those things add up to him making the second 3 of the night in the second quarter purely on math.
Steve Kerr discussed the record weighing heavily on his star defender, so instead of forcing him to press early shots, let Curry get into the flow of the game and start the cooking late. than.
Also, if you believe any of the NBA’s conspiracy theories, the executives at TNT would be KILLED if he delayed the profile for as long as possible so that humans had eyeballs on the screen. I won’t go there, but instead I’ll play +175 after the 1st half. – Ben Heisler
https://fansided.com/betsided/posts/best-nba-prop-bets-today-fade-julius-randle-fred-vanvleet-on-tuesday?utm_source=RSS Fade Julius Randle, Fred VanVleet on Tuesday