Utah Jazz at Los Angeles Clippers - 6/12/21 NBA Props
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Los Angeles Clippers (51-30) vs Utah Jazz (58-21)
Game Info: Saturday, June 12, 2021 at 8:30 pm (Staples Center)
Betting Odds: Los Angeles Clippers -1.5 -- Over/Under: 223.5 Click Here for the Latest Odds
The Utah Jazz and Los Angeles Clippers face off on Saturday in their NBA Western Conference showdown and there is plenty of value across the board in terms of NBA Props.
Utah Jazz under 26.5 points in the first quarter (-112)
The Utah Jazz looked good in the first quarter of the last game, but in this game with them not being at home, I think they are going to get out to a slow start. In the first game of this series, the Jazz only scored 18 points in the first quarter and although I think they will get a few more points than that, they will finish under 26.5 points.
Los Angeles Clippers to score first (+102)
The Jazz will probably win the opening type, but the Staples Center is going to be rocking, and they are going to miss that first shot. Look for the Los Angeles Clippers to come down the floor and score the first points, and cash the +102.
Paul George over 37.5 points, rebounds, and assists (-111)
Paul George had a big game one in his last one, finishing with 27 points, 10 rebounds, and six assists. George is going to find plenty of success scoring in this game, and he might get close to this number with just his points.
Paul George to score 25 points and the Clippers will win (+125)
It’s broken down above, but Paul George is going to find plenty of offensive success again in this game. The Los Angeles Clippers are also going to find a way to slow down the Jazz offense enough to cash this game and push the game under the total.
Los Angeles Clippers -4 first quarter (+130)
The Los Angeles Clippers are going to get out to a fast start in this game with their offense and they are going to have no issue running up the score early, The Utah Jazz are going to have no answer, and the Clippers will be leading big after the first quarter.