NBA Picks and Predictions for 5/11/21 - Free NBA Player Props
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Free NBA Player Props
Tuesday, May 11th, 2021
There are 11 games in the National Basketball Association on Tuesday, May 11th, 2021, so there are plenty of great betting opportunities. Let's take a look at some player prop bets that should bring us some value for Tuesday's games.
Karl-Anthony Towns Over 12+ rebounds (+140)
The Detroit Pistons have allowed opposing centers to earn at least 14 rebounds in their last three games (Jonas Valanciunas, Dwight Howard, Nikola Vucevic). Karl-Anthony Towns may only average 10.6 rebounds per game this season, but I think this is the perfect spot for him to dominate the boards. Getting +140 on our money does not hurt either, so this is a great value play in my eyes.
Zach Lavine, Kyrie Irving, Coby White To All Have 2+ Threes Made (+100)
In what should be a high-scoring game between the Nets and Bulls, I expect the three-point shooting of both teams to reign supreme. We know how well Zach Lavine and Kyrie Irving are beyond the arc, but Coby White has also been fantastic from three-point range in the last few games for the Bulls. White nailed five threes against the Pistons and seven against the Celtics in his last two games, and I expect all three of these players to make at least two three-pointers on Tuesday night.
LaMelo Ball To Have 6+ Assists and CHA To Win (+325)
I think the Hornets are a live dog on Tuesday against the Denver Nuggets. So far there is a lot of public action on the Nuggets yet the money line price has not moved much. If the Hornets are going to win this game, LaMelo Ball is going to be a big part of it, and I think at least six assists are a given. This is virtually an enhanced money line price with the Hornets as instead of getting +200, we get +320.
Jimmy Butler and Kemba Walker Both 5+ Assists (-140)
We may not be getting the best price at -140, but this could be one of the safer bets on the board in terms of player props. Jimmy Butler had 11 assists in Miami's last game against these Celtics, while Kemba Walker pitched in six. Both of these players average at least 5.0 assists per game, and I think both players share the rock enough for us to hit this proposition.