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NBA Player Prop Bets to Target Friday 4/22/22

Player props can be useful in a variety of ways, from leveraging them directly in the betting market to measuring a player’s potential to produce in everyday fantasy basketball.

Here we will focus on using our projections and a host of other tools to help make money betting on player props. For this article, we’re using the odds provided by FanDuel Sportsbook to identify where value can be found tonight.

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Please note that the betting lines and our throwing players may change throughout the day after the publication of this article.

Zach LaVine Over 2.5 three-pointers (-136)

In the final 15 games of the regular season, the Milwaukee Bucks allowed the second-highest three-point attempt rate (44.8%).

The match should help Zach LaVine hit at least three triples.

Over two games in the series, he had 14 total three-point tries, making 5 of them. After a 2-for-10 effort from beyond the arc in Game 1, LaVine went 3-for-4 from deep in Game 2. In two regular-season meetings with the Bucks, LaVine went 3-for-10 and 4 out of 7 out of three.

We expect him to make 3.2 treys on 8.1 attempts in Game 3.

Mikal bridges under 16.5 points (-108)

With Devin Booker sidelined, there’s some volatility with the Phoenix Suns‘accessories. Sure, we can see how Suns players have fared with Booker on the floor this season, but no one knows for sure how the extra minutes and shots will be distributed in the playoffs.

Mikal Bridges has only averaged 14.2 points per game this year, so that line implies he will get a boost today without Booker. Although it can happen, our model likes the under to this line.

With Book out of the field this season, Bridges only possessed a 16.0% utilization rate, an increase of just 0.7 percentage points from his overall utilization rate, according to RotoGrinders’ CourtIQ. . The greatest use risers in the division were Chris PaulCameron Payne and Jae Crowder. The use of bridges has not changed much.

Could it be different in the playoffs? Absolutely. And Bridges scored well in Game 2, netting 19 points – although it took a super-effective 7-on-11 shooting performance, including 2-of-3 from deep.

In a game with a total of 211.0 points and with a slow matchup for the Suns, Bridges is projecting 15.4 points in Game 3, according to our algorithm.