NBA Player Prop Bet Odds, Pick & Predictions: Tuesday (12/12)

Five NBA games will be played tonight, starting with two matchups between winning teams at 7:30 p.m. The slate ends with the Los Angeles Clippers hosting the Sacramento Kings at 10:30 p.m.

Here are the three best NBA player props for Tuesday, Dec. 12th.

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Tuesday’s Best NBA Player Prop Bets

This Season: 16-23 (-7.06 units)

Andrew Wiggins Over 12.5 Points (-120)

Wiggins has faced the Phoenix Suns twice this season, scoring 10 and 11 points. He played 27 or fewer minutes in both of those games, slightly below his average of 27.5 on the season. He also hasn’t made a three-pointer against the Suns this year. With at least one tonight, he’s going to go over this total. 

Wiggins has scored just 21 points in his last two games combined. However, he averages 12.6 per game this season. The Suns are a decent defensive team, but Wiggins is still the third-leading scorer on the Golden State Warriors. The Warriors struggle to win on the road, but they score 119.5 points per game in such contests, the fourth-best in the league. 

Jrue Holiday Under 17.5 Points + Assists (+105)

This is a risky play, but the Cleveland Cavaliers’ defense is among the best in the league this season. They’re allowing the fifth-fewest assists and the seventh-fewest points per game. 

Holiday is having a great season, and it seems like he’s on the court all the time. He’s averaging 12.4 points and 5.1 assists per game, but it’s unlikely that he’s going to go over his season averages tonight against a really good defense. He did just go for 16 and five against the New York Knicks on Friday, but he also went 7-11 from the field. Those seven makes were tied for the second-most he’s had in a game this season. 

Domantas Sabonis Over 17.5 Points (-115)

You hate to say that someone is due, but Sabonis is due. He’s scored more than 17 points in just one of his last seven games, yet he’s still averaging 18.6 per game. On the season, he’s shooting 56.7% from the floor, but he’s shooting just 43.8% in his last seven.

The Los Angeles Clippers are allowing the sixth-fewest points per game this season. Earlier this year, Sabonis shot just 3-12 against them on his way to an 11-point performance. Yet, two things make the over the right play. One is that Sabonis still scored 11 in the first meeting despite his worst shooting night of the year. The second is that sportsbooks could have this number a point or two lower to try to bait bettors into the over. Instead, it seems they’re trying to bait bettors into the under.

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