NBA Player Props: Deandre Ayton and Anthony Edwards stand out for tonight’s 10-game slate
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NBA player prop #1: Deandre Ayton over 16.5 points (-136) PointsBet
There is absolutely no reason why Deandre Ayton shouldn’t feast tonight against the Memphis Grizzlies. The Grizzlies will likely be without Jaren Jackson Jr. and Steven Adams, leaving Ayton in a prime position to score. With Chris Paul back, Ayton’s job tonight will be even easier.
They should dominate in the pick and roll game. There is a slight risk of a potential blowout, but Ayton should have enough time to clear this line before he gets pulled if things get ugly.
NBA player prop #2: Anthony Edwards over 20.5 points (-105) BetMGM
Edwards is in a great spot to score as Karl-Anthony Towns will have to deal with Nikola Jokic all game. The Nuggets allow the top 10 most points and threes to the small forward position.
Edwards dropped 38 points on the Nuggets back on December 5th. Edwards has some risk with his recent inconsistency, but the volume will always be there for him to go nuclear.
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