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Today’s Top No House Advantage Picks for Bucks vs. Suns NBA Finals Game 5

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If looking for a different way to play NBA DFS during the NBA Finals, No House Advantage may be of interest to you, with its DFS prop picks setup. Instead of creating NBA fantasy lineups of players under a salary cap, you select the player props you are most confident in and pick over or under the given stat. Let’s go through three of the best NBA DFS props for Suns vs. Bucks Finals Game 5 on No House Advantage today.

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At No House Advantage, gamers pick over or under for various player props instead of constructing lineups under a salary cap. This means users can play the props of the players they have the most confident in and ignore the players that are causing difficulty. It also means these props can change throughout the day, so get NBA fantasy picks in quickly.

If you like these picks and are not signed up for No House Advantage yet, you are in luck! For today’s NBA Finals game, NHA is giving new users a $50 deposit bonus when using the code AWESEMO! Now, let’s look at three rebounding props that should get you off to a great start.

Giannis Antetokounmpo Rebounds: Over 11.5

No matter what type of performance he puts up, Giannis Antetokounmpo is going to get rebounds. He will always be one of the largest, most athletic players on the floor. On top of that, he plays near the basket and likes to grab defensive rebounds to quickly start breaks. Due to all of this, he has grabbed 12 or more rebounds in all four NBA Finals games. He has averaged 14 rebounds per game during this series. If we take away the game where he left injured, Giannis has grabbed 12-plus rebounds in 10 of his last 12 games. In short, I’m not sure why his rebounding prop is set this low.

Jae Crowder Rebounds: Over 5.5

Jae Crowder has played his role very well during the NBA Finals. He is on the floor to hit 3s, play defense and grab rebounds. The rebounds have also been coming in bunches for him, as he has totals of nine, 10, six and eight during these four series games. While the six total may be cutting it close for this prop, Game 3 featured the Suns losing by 20 points. The Bucks were hitting their shots and the Phoenix starters sat down early. Tonight, with the Bucks projected to be trailing, they may settle for more long-range shots in order to catch up, which would lead to more rebounding opportunities for Crowder.

Deandre Ayton Rebounds: Over 11.5

Our last rebounding prop and NBA fantasy pick is for the Suns’ big man. Deandre Ayton soaks up rebounds when he is on the floor, which is a lot. He has logged at least 38 minutes in three of the four games during this series and is averaging 14 boards per game as a result. He has double-digit rebounds in six of his last seven games, with the one failed attempt being nine rebounds in 24 minutes. With the Bucks projected to be losing, this also points to them attempting more long-range jump shots, leading to more easy rebounds for Ayton.


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Zach Brunner is the founder of FlurrySports and a featured sports betting and fantasy sports expert for numerous outlets. With an education in business, coaching and history education, he has taken a little bit from all of his experiences to give him a well-rounded, unique point of view in the sports industry. Follow him on Twitter @FantasyFlurry to keep up with other things he is doing.

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