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Many Americans watch the National Basketball Association (NBA) games. Some of them place bets like futures, three-way bets , and proposition wagers. In this post, we discuss the three top NBA player prop bets in the finals.

1. Jrue Holiday 32.5 Points + Rebounds + Assists (-106)

The Bucks surpassed the Hawks and qualified for the NBA Finals in the Conference Finals’ last three matches. Holiday made an incredible offensive attack which many basketball supporters had anticipated.

He showed his expertise as a point guard. Yet, Holiday is in a rut after playing two Finals games. He shot 11-for-35 in Phoenix in the two games and is struggling to match Chris Paul’s defense.

Holiday hit 1-of-7 3-point attempts in the past two Finals games. He is still getting many shots and averages 19.0 field-goal attempts in each match, for the last five NBA games.

The point guard needs to improve his performance for the Bucks to continue participating in the series. For instance, he averaged 39.0 points+ rebounds + assists in the past four home matches.

Even so, Holiday dropped five 20-point matches this postseason at home and a +112 sports plus/minus at Fiserv Forum. He currently shoots 46 percent at home and 38 percent on the road. The Bucks are hopeful when Holiday garners 20 points.

Milwaukee is 5-1 now when Holiday gets at least points. He had 7.4 assists, 6.7 rebounds, and 24.7 points in the past six games.

The NBA player prop bets has filled the box score fast despite shooting dismally on the road. Many bookmakers predicted that Holiday would be in great form in Game 3 and produce 34.3 PRA.

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2. Khris Middleton Over 4.5 Assists (-150)

Middleton hasn’t consistently scored in several NBA games of late. He has dropped his 3-point shooting percentage from 42 percent in the season to 33.8 percent postseason.

The forward has to improve in the next NBA Finals matchup. He made 8 assists in Game 1 and is seeing 42.4 minutes per match. His assists are approaching juiced territory as he has -150.

Middleton can still make more assists at 4.5. You can find them at over 5.4 odds if you want to get a higher payout. The player averages 5.4 assists per game in the last eight home playoff games.

He has exceeded 4.5 assists in 10 games out of 12 matches, and 4.5 assists in four matches after a loss. Middleton averaged 7.2 assists per match in that period.

It is difficult to predict how the Bucks will perform once Antetokounmpo initiates a half-court offense. Giannis plays the hero game when the offense is constant. The Bucks might soon change their strategy and pass the ball to Holiday and Middleton more frequently.

3. Deandre Ayton Over 27.5 Points + Rebounds (-115)

Deandre posted 10 points, 11 rebounds, and 4 assists in Game 2. He is likely to bounce back in upcoming NBA matchups, as he has been efficient at rebounding of late.

The player had 13 double-doubles in 18 playoffs games before Game 3, with 40.5 minutes per match on average. Many NBA fans expect him to dominate the sport after Monty William’s viral talk.

Deandre amassed 27.5 points + rebounds in the last five matches for the Suns. He averaged 31.4 points per game during that period and picked 27.5 points in two past games against Milwaukee. You can back him if you are the Sun’s supporter.

Phoenix is 6-2 away while Milwaukee is 7-1 on home ground in the postseason. The Bucks are many NBA enthusiasts’ 4-point favorites as no basketball team has ever recovered from a 0-3 deficit in the National Basketball Association’s Finals history.

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Dirty has been an employee or owner of some of the top online sports gambling forums since 1998. He worked at EOG.com from it's inception until 2008 when he left and opened GamblingIQ and then in 2012 opened Handicappers Hidaway. He has written hundreds af articles over the years and always has his "Dirty Dozen" College Football poll up starting the first week of October.
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