Another big night hoops here at No House Advantage. A seven-game slate to get us through this Hump Day. Starting things off tonight, we will see the Brooklyn Nets traveling to the midwest to take on the Cleveland Cavaliers. Tonight’s matchup is supposed to be the first game where the Brooklyn Nets marquee trio in Kyrie Irving [O/U 24.5 Points], James Harden [O/U 31.5 Points], and Kevin Durant [O/U 29.5 Points.] Kyrie has been absent from the Nets organization for the past seven games but is probable to play tonight. In the last two games where we saw Kyrie play, he hit the over on his prop betting line in both of them, respectively recording 29 and 30 point games. This will be the first game in a Nets uniform that James Harden plays with their star point guard. Irving’s return will surely help the team, but it does not look as if Harden needs the help as he has hit the over in points on his player prop betting line in both games so far. Rounding out this big-three is last but in no way the least, Kevin Durant. As of late, Durant has really stepped up in Kyrie’s absence, hitting the over on his player prop betting line in four of the last five games. On the other side of the ball for the Cavaliers, big-man Andre Drummond [O/U 31.5 Points + Rebounds] leads the way. Drummond has been on a tear as of late, hitting the over on his prop betting line in each of the last five games.
The second game of the night will be held between the Dallas Mavericks @ Indiana Pacers. The visiting Mavs are led by their Slovenian Superstar, Luka Doncic [O/U 9.5 Assists.] Doncic can truly do it all on the hardwood but has done a tremendous job distributing the ball as of late. Luka Doncic has hit the over in assists on his player prop betting line in five of the last seven games. In those two games where Luka hit the under on his prop betting line, he finished with exactly nine assists in both contests, narrowly missing the over. Joining Luka is another foreign superstar in Kristaps Porzingis [O/U 20.5 Points], who is finally starting to find his scoring touch in this 2021 season. Porzingis managed to have hit the over in scoring on his prop betting line for the first time all season, in a loss to the Toronto Raptors this past Monday Night. Tim Hardaway Jr. [O/U 16.5 Points] closes out this Mavericks’ team. Hardaway Jr is coming off of a game that I am sure he would like to forget after hitting a donut [going 0-12 from the field and recording 0 points] and the under on his prop betting line against the Raptors. Before Monday’s embarrassing game, Hardawy Jr hit the over on his prop betting line in three-straight games. For the Indiana Pacers, Domantas Sabonis [O/U 13.5 Rebounds] has been playing tremendously this season. Heading into tonight’s matchup, Sabonis has hit the over in rebounds on his prop betting line in three-straight games. PG Malcolm Brogdon [O/U 6.5 Assists] makes it an incredibly tough debate as to who is the NBA’s most underrated player. Brogdon’s numbers do not lie as he has hit the over on his prop betting line in eight straight games.
The third game of this slate is a strong eastern conference showdown that is as good as time, in the Boston Celtics taking on the Philadelphia 76ers. All-Star Jayson Tatum usually leads the visiting Celtics, but he will be out for tonight’s contest due to testing positive for COVID-19. Jaylen Brown [O/U 23.5 Points] is tasked with the responsibility of leading the C’s tonight. Brown has played well as of late, hitting the over in points on his player prop betting line in two of the last three games. Marcus Smart [O/U 14.5 Points] joins Brown intending to lead the Celtics to victory. Marcus Smart has not been too smart as of late, hitting the under on his prop betting line in four straight games. For the 76ers, it’s their big-man Joel Embiid [O/U 26.5 Points] leading the way. Embiid has played well but has missed the last game due to a right knee injury but should be back and healthy for tonight’s game. The last time we saw Embiid, he had a slow game where he hit the under on his prop betting line. Tobias Harris [O/U 20.5 Points] joins Embiid on this top-tier Sixers team. Harris hit the over on his prop betting line in the last game the Sixers played, a loss to the Grizzlies this past Saturday. Closing out this 76ers team is the Big-Australian who cannot buy himself a bucket in Ben Simmons [O/U 17.5 Points.] Simmons has hit the under in all twelve games he has played in this season.
Closing out this slate is the fourth and final game in the Miami Heat, taking on their new inner-state rival in the Toronto Raptors, who are now based out of Tampa. The visiting Heat are led by Bam Adebayo [O/U 16.5 Points], who has played well as of late. Adebayo has hit the over on his player prop betting line in each of the last two games. Even better than Bam has been playing of late is Duncan Robinson [O/U 14.5 Points.] Duncan Robinson has hit the over in points on his player prop betting line in each of the last four games. Closing out the Heat is Tyler Herro [O/U 17.5 Points], who is listed as questionable tonight’s game due to a neck injury. Herro has missed the last two games due to a neck injury, but prior to Herro being out, he hit the over on his prop betting line in two straight games. On the other side of the ball, Pascal Siakam [O/U 24.5 Points] should be leading the way. Siakam’s play has been rather inconsistent as of late, as he has hit the under in points on his player prop betting line in four straight games. Fred VanVleet [O/U 2.5 Three-Pointers Made] has provided much of the offensive support for the Raptors that Siakam lacks. VanVleet has hit the over on his player prop betting line in two of the last three games. Even better than VanVleet at hitting three-pointers is teammate Kyle Lowry [O/U 2.5 Three-Pointers Made.] Heading into tonight’s matchup, Lowry has hit the over on his player prop betting line in six straight games.