The following are some quick prop bet picks for the last weekend in March
Dorian Finney-Smith u6.5 Points Scored (-115)
Don’t expect Finney-Smith to have a good offensive performance against a Miami team that plays at a very slow pace and allows the second-fewest points per game (106.7) in the NBA. This is a guy who makes a pitiful 1.2 three-pointers per game at a rate of 26.1%, so don’t expect Finney-Smith to have a decent offensive performance. The over/under for Finney-point Smith’s total has been set at 6.5, which is a number that he has scored fewer points than in 13 of his 19 games with Brooklyn, including his most recent five games in a row. Try the Under route once more.
Jimmy Butler o24.5 Points Scored (-115)
On Saturday, Butler won’t need to put in a ton of effort on the defensive end of the field, which is a factor that works in his favor. The Nets feature a significant number of 3-and-D wing players, but a very limited number of on-ball creators. During the game between these two teams that took place in February, Butler had the opportunity to get some fresh air on each and every Nets offensive possession he was guarding Dorian Finney-Smith or Cameron Johnson, who were both camped in the corner.
Giannis Antetokounmpo u30.5 Points Scored (-115)
The Denver Nuggets are currently ranked 25th in the league in terms of points in the paint allowed per game (52.8), and over the course of their most recent three contests, they have let opponents to shoot 61.6% from 2-point range. Considering that Giannis averages 18.5 points in the paint per game while also going to the free throw line for a league-high 12.4 attempts, you should bet on him to score more points than his projected total.
Leafs at Canes Over 6
Even if the Canes limit scoring opportunities at a rate that is the best in the league, Kochetkov may still struggle even with the reduced workload. The Hurricanes’ attack is on the verge of having a breakout game, and the Leafs’ projected goals-against numbers suggest that it may happen tonight. Moreover, Carolina was able to create 3.9 anticipated goals in the most recent matchup, which is the most number the team has reached in any of its nine contests.
Oilers -1.5 (+140)
Quick has made 38 appearances in goal this season and has a record of 16-14-2 with a save percentage (SV%) of.882 and a goals-against average (GAA) of 3.08. (GAA). His underlying numbers are equally alarming, as they rank him third-to-last among starting goaltenders in terms of goals saved above anticipated per 60 minutes (GSAx/60) at 5-on-5.
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