NBA Player Prop Bet Odds, Picks & Predictions: Tuesday (3/26)

There are just four NBA games tonight, with two televised nationally on TNT.

How will Malik Beasley and Brook Lopez fare against the Los Angeles Lakers? And will Trey Murphy III have a bounce-back game against the Oklahoma City Thunder?

Here are the three best NBA player props for Tuesday, March 26.

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Malik Beasley Over 2.5 Three-Pointers Made (-105)

Beasley has knocked down at least two three-pointers in seven consecutive games. While three of those contests would have ended with him under his current line, his floor for this prop remains high.

Tonight, he gets to go against the Lakers’ defense, which allows the third-most points from beyond the arc in the NBA this season. Their opponents knock down 37.2% of their three-pointers, which will be problematic against Beasley, who shoots 43.0% from deep. This is a great matchup for Beasley, so getting him right at his season average is great value.

Trey Murphy III Under 16.5 Points (-105)

Murphy III has faced the Thunder just once this season. He finished that game with six points after shooting 1-of-6 from deep. Murphy III relies heavily on the deep ball to score, as he’s averaging 2.8 makes and 7.7 attempts from beyond the arc per game this season. While the Thunder give up a lot of points from deep, they also rank in the top half of the league in opponent three-point shooting percentage.

Murphy III has scored 14 and eight points in his last two games. In his last seven, he’s topped 16 just twice. This month, he’s averaging 18 points per game, but that is primarily because he scored at least 28 in three of his first four games in March. Tonight, he will continue to struggle against a solid defense.

Brook Lopez Over 4.5 Rebounds (-110)

Lopez averages 5.3 rebounds per game this season, but he’s pulled down two or fewer in two of his last three games. Since Feb. 23, Lopez has not pulled down over seven rebounds in a single game.

But because he’s struggled lately, this number is below his season average as he goes up against a team that ranks in the top 10 in the league in scoring. The Bucks and Lakers will each look to get up the court quickly, and while that means plenty of points, it also means quite a few missed baskets. The only time Lopez faced the Lakers this season, he pulled down three rebounds. He will do much better than that tonight.