Best NBA prop bets today (Jrue Holiday bounces back vs. Knicks)

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There are few things better than wagering on player props in the NBA, especially with some of Monday’s games featuring a bunch of injuries (which means we can find value in the prop market).

I have three plays that I’m looking at today, and one star is a little undervalued if he returns to his normal usage tonight.

Two points props, one rebound propane hopefully three winners. Let’s break these plays down:

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Best NBA prop bets today

  • Jrue Holiday OVER 16.5 Points
  • Immanuel Quickley UNDER 16.5 Points
  • Thomas Bryant OVER 8.5 Rebounds

Jrue Holiday OVER 16.5 Points

This is a prime bounce-back spot for Jrue Holiday against the New York Knicks, as he should be returning closer to his normal minutes after back-to-back games of less than 20 minutes.

Holiday got the start in his last game, and he had cleared 16.5 points in 10 of his previous 11 games.

The Bucks point guard is averaging 18.2 points per game on the season, and he should have a big offensive role with Khris Middleton out.

Immanuel Quickley UNDER 16.5 Points

Immanuel Quickley has been in the starting lineup for the Knicks with RJ Barrett (finger laceration) out, but he’s only gone over this number in two of his last eight games.

Since Jalen Brunson returned from a hip injury, Quickley failed to go over this number in all three games despite playing starter minutes.

Quickley has been an inconsistent shooter this season (40.9 percent from the field), and now he has a tough matchup with the league’s No. 3 defense.

Barrett also has a chance to return tonight, which would significantly cut into Quickley’s usage.

I’ll ride with the UNDER as long as it is still at 16.5.

Thomas Bryant OVER 8.5 Rebounds

The Los Angeles Lakers are massive underdogs against the Denver Nuggets with LeBron James out of the lineup, but I like a prop for Thomas Bryant tonight.

Bryant has gone over 8.5 rebounds in eight of his last 10 games, and he’s put up double-digit boards in 10 of his 12 games since entering the starting lineup for Anthony Davis.

Over that stretch, Bryant is averaging 10.6 rebounds per game, and he’s been one of the Lakers’ best players on both ends over their five-game winning streak.

He should be able to go over this on Monday night.

Find Peter Dewey’s full betting record here.

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