Ready to make some money in the Association? There are 4 games on the NBA betting board, and we’re primed and ready for a profitable evening. Tonight’s Heat vs. Sixers game should be highly entertaining, and one of our prop picks is on that game.
Remember, when playing at PrizePicks, we advise putting a full unit on the Flex Play and a half unit on the Power Play. The idea is to always turn a profit with a 2-1 evening.
Check out our 3 PrizePicks NBA props for Monday, February 27. Best of luck with all your plays! Let’s go 2-1 or better with these.
Bam Adebayo OVER 18.5 Points
Bam’s been in a bit of a scoring slump of late, but we think he bounces back in a big way tonight against Philly. The 25-year-old will be fired up to strut his stuff against Joel Embiid, so motivation shouldn’t be a problem. Even though he’s endured some off games of late, Adebayo is still averaging 21.4 points per game this season.
The former Kentucky Wildcat has also done pretty well on the road this season by averaging 21.2 points per game in those contests. For the season, Adebayo has scored 19 points or more in 34 of 56 games. That’s good enough for us to pull the trigger on the Over!
We also like that Caesars is juicing this Over at -145, which is a great sign that we’re on the most likely scenario. Philly’s defense is okay, but they still only rank 12th in efficiency.
Franz Wagner OVER 3.5 Rebounds
Wagner isn’t an elite rebounder, but this number should be 4 or 4.5, according to our numbers. The 21-year-old is averaging 4 rebounds per game this season and 3.6 over his last 5 outings. He’s also gone over this rebounding total in each of his 3 career games against the Pelicans.
The former Michigan Wolverine has grabbed 4 or more boards in 34 of 60 games this season. That’s only a small edge in our favor, but it’s an edge nonetheless. We also like that Wagner has gone over this rebounding number in 7 of his last 11 games.
We also have some decent market support behind us on this play. BetMGM has the Over juiced to -140. We’ll trust that support and ride the Over!
Terry Rozier UNDER 4.5 Assists
T-Ro is fun to watch, especially when he gets hot from three-point land. That being said, we’re fading him in the assists department tonight. Charlotte ranks near the bottom of the league in offensive efficiency (30th), which limits Rozier’s ability to rack up assists.
The former Louisville Cardinal hasn’t been much of a facilitator over his last 5 games. He’s only averaging 3.8 assists per game during that span. We don’t see him breaking out of that slump, even against a defense as poor as Detroit’s.
Rozier has stayed under this total in 6 of his last 10 games. The real kicker for us, though, is his career stats versus the Pistons. In 22 games against Detroit, Rozier has stayed under 4.5 assists in 17 of them. That’s enough for us to take the Under!