NBA fans unfortunately won’t get a chance to see Giannis Antetokounmpo and Victor Wembanyama face off tonight, as Wemby has been ruled out with an ankle injury.
Still, that’s not going to stop us from betting on some player props for the Milwaukee Bucks-San Antonio Spurs game, especially since the Bucks are major favorites.
Betting on a few props may be easier than laying the 16.5 points with Milwaukee.
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Spurs vs. Bucks best NBA prop bets
- Khris Middleton OVER 25.5 points, rebounds and assists
- Giannis Antetokounmpo UNDER 50.5 points, rebounds and assists
- Devin Vassell OVER 2.5 3-pointers made
Khris Middleton OVER 25.5 points, rebounds and assists
Milwaukee wing Khris Middleton is starting to see more playing time, posting at least 29 minutes in each of his last four games, including the team’s big wins over Indiana and Houston.
Middleton has cleared 25.5 PRA in four of his last five games since Adrian Griffin started playing him over 25 minutes per night. He should have a shot to go OVER this against a weak Spurs defense that is without Victor Wembanyama tonight.
Giannis Antetokounmpo UNDER 50.5 points, rebounds and assists
You may be wondering: Why take an OVER on Middleton and an UNDER on Giannis?
The answer is simple.
The Bucks are likely going to win this game in a blowout, which means Giannis will get some extra rest compared to most games.
Look at his recent matchups against Detroit (36 PRA) and New York (48 PRA) where he played less than 35 minutes. Plus, he failed to go OVER this in 39 minutes against Houston in the Bucks’ last game.
Giannis has cleared 50.5 PRA just one time in his last nine games (64 points against the Pacers), and only seven total times in 24 games. I think the Bucks win by enough on Tuesday where he plays around 30 minutes, leading to an UNDER.
Devin Vassell OVER 2.5 3-pointers made
With Wemby out, Devin Vassell and Keldon Johnson are going to be relied on heavily on offense for the Spurs.
Vassell has been a volume shooter from 3-point range, taking at least seven shots from deep in 11 straight games. He’s made three or more treys in six of those games, including two straight.
After a bit of a shooting slump, Vassell bounced back to go 5-for-10 and 3-for-7 from 3 in his last two games. He’s one of my favorite picks as a shooter tonight.
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