NBA Player Prop Bets for Today: Stars Shine in Game 7
NBA player prop bets have incredible value in the current playoff slate. Game 7. These are the two best-known words in sports. There’s no denying the importance of these two games tonight, as the winners move on and the losers pack up for the holidays. In games like this, star players are going to see the floor almost every minute. So, there are two stars we’ll be riding with tonight. Enjoy the games!
Below, you’ll find two of the best player prop bets for Sunday’s playoff games.
Prop Player #1: Giannis Antetokounmpo on 48.5 Points+Rebounds (-125)
“Giannis left EVERYTHING on the pitch tonight” – @BleacherReport
The Milwaukee Bucks will hit the road to face the Boston Celtics in Game 7. Giannis Antetokounmpo has topped that line in four straight games, averaging 40.0 points per game and 15.25 rebounds per game during that streak. It’s safe to say that Giannis Antetokounmpo carried the Bucks team on his back in an attempt to get back to the NBA Finals. Khris Middleton’s absence has added to Giannis’ already enormous workload. Considering this is the most important game of both teams’ seasons, their star players are going to play huge minutes. Antetokounmpo is averaging 39.5 minutes per game in this series and will likely see a lot more of that in tonight’s contest. The Celtics tried their best to slow Giannis down, but it was very unsuccessful as he always found a way to be productive and efficient. Boston saw they could beat Milwaukee, despite Giannis having a monster game, so they’ll be trying to contain Milwaukee’s other threat, Jrue Holiday. We’re going with the Greek Freak to have another amazing performance tonight.
Player accessory #2: Chris Paul exceeds 25.5 points+assists
“Chris Paul wasn’t happy” – @TheHoopCentral
Game 7 tonight means a lot more to Chris Paul than it does to the other players involved. Yes, these players always care about the result. Unlike the other players on the court, however, Chris Paul looks a legacy game in the face. Chris Paul is undoubtedly a first-round Hall of Famer, but the NBA championship has eluded him his entire career. This Phoenix Suns team offers Paul one of the best title shots of his career, and this could be his last shot. The Dallas Mavericks have played this series very well and are looking to spoil the historic season for the Suns tonight. The Phoenix Suns were beaten by the Milwaukee Bucks in the NBA Finals last season, and this team hasn’t forgotten what that felt like. The Suns and their stars will be there tonight!