Best NBA prop bets today (Keep riding the Jordan Poole train)

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Looking to get in on some NBA prop action on Monday night?

With 11 games on the docket, it’s a perfect time to find some props, and the BetSided duo of Peter Dewey and Ben Heisler is looking at a couple of the late-night games for their picks.

There’s a rebound prop for a rookie that Dewey loves, and a value line on one star’s 3-pointers prop. Let’s dive in:

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Best NBA prop bets today

  • Jalen Duren OVER 8.5 Rebounds (-130)
  • Jordan Poole OVER 2.5 3-Pointers Made (-165)

Jalen Duren OVER 8.5 Rebounds (-130)

This is the ultimate bounce-back spot for rookie Jalen Duren, who was limited to just 13:31 of playing time in his last game due to foul trouble.

The Detroit Pistons rookie is averaging 11.4 rebounds per game in 12 games as a starter this season, and that’s counting his 0-rebound game on New Year’s Eve!

Duren has cleared this total in eight of his 12 starts, and I also don’t mind his assists and rebounds props (OVER 10.5 at +100 at DraftKings) in this game. Duren has cleared that line in 10 of his 12 starts.

The Portland Trail Blazers are a solid rebounding team, but this line is too low for Duren, especially since he’s been averaging well over 10 boards per game with this expanded role. – Peter Dewey

Jordan Poole OVER 2.5 3-Pointers Made (-165)

Most books have already boosted this number up to 3.5, and while I still think it’s in play at plus-odds, the 2.5 still on the board is far too low for Poole when the Golden State Warriors host the Atlanta Hawks this evening.

He’s currently in a stretch of games where he’s taken 10 or more 3-point attempts in four of his last five, and six of his last seven. While he’s only gone over 2.5 in two of those five games, he drained 5-of-10 in their last victory at home against the Portland Trail Blazers, as the Warriors have now gone undefeated since Christmas.

Curious to know where all those games have been played? In San Francisco, where the Warriors despite all the injuries remain 16-2 straight up at home, compared to 3-16 on the road.

They shoot better, they play better, and now face a Hawks team that’s allowed 129.5 points on average to two bad teams in their last two games vs. the Los Angeles Lakers and Indiana Pacers.

I’ll grab the better number and pay the worthwhile price on Poole to keep the fire going. – Ben Heisler

Game odds refresh periodically and are subject to change.

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