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The 4 Most Profitable NBA Player Props Today: Myles Turner & Justin Holiday | 12/29/21




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Myles Turner Under 15.5 Points

This is an intriguing plus-money play (+100), as Turner has been playing his best basketball this month and has put up 18 shots in each of his last two games. Turner compiled 51 points on 23 of 36 (63.8%) shooting from the field to go along with 15 rebounds over these couple of games. However, the Pacers have been without Malcolm Brogdon (Achilles) these last two games, and Domantas Sabonis was out for the game against Houston prior to Christmas. Brogdon is listed as questionable for tonight’s game. While Turner is shooting the ball the best of his career, he is averaging fewer than 10 shot attempts for the season and fewer than 12 in December.

Turner also has struggled against Charlotte this year, as the Hornets love to play fast, which does not fit Turner’s style well. He has put 6.5 points and 5.5 rebounds while shooting 36.4% from the field and 20% from beyond the arc over 22.5 minutes in two appearances against the Hornets this year. Plus, Sabonis has a much better matchup against the Hornets, and he has thrived against them. Turner is projected for 13.99 points tonight. OddsShopper gives the under a 62% chance of hitting and an expected ROI of 25%.

Justin Holiday Under 11.5 Points

This prop seems a touch to high and is another plus-money play (+105). Holiday has struggled in his five appearances this month, and his main value for the Pacers on the defensive end and 3-point shooting. He is producing 9.4 points and 1.8 3-pointers a game in December, as he is shooting just 34.8% from the field and 28.1% from beyond the arc. Overall, Holiday is having his least efficient season in his three campaigns with the Pacers, and he has struggled against the Hornets this year. Holiday, projected for 10.39 points, has compiled 16 points on 6-for-15 shooting from the field and 2-for-10 from the 3-point line in two appearances versus Charlotte. OddsShopper gives the under a 61% chance of hitting and an expected ROI of 24%.

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Ivica Zubac Over 10.5 Points

This is another plus- money play with +105 odds. The Clippers will once again be without three starters out, as Reggie Jackson, Nicolas Batum and Paul George remain sidelined. While Zubac is coming off one of his worst offensive performances of the year against Brooklyn on Monday, he has been much more aggressive lately and should continue to see an increase of scoring opportunities with the Clippers being shorthanded. Zubac has been highly efficient this year and has a pretty good matchup against the Celtics. Boston gives up the ninth-most points to opposing centers and has permitted centers to tally 25 points and 18 rebounds while shooting 52.2% from the field over the last five games. Zubac is projected for 11.61 points tonight, though he could have bigger night. OddsShopper gives the over a 60% chance of hitting and an expected ROI of 23%.

Mikal Bridges Over 11.5 Points

Bridges’ shooting has been up and down this month, though he has connected on 11-for-16 shot attempts over the last two games. He has scored in double figures in eight of 12 games in December, averaging 11.8 points and 1.3 3-pointers on a season-low 49.5% shooting from the field and 39% shooting from the 3-point line. Bridges has shot the ball extremely well at home this year (53%). The Suns will not have Deandre Ayton and Jae Crowder for tonight, which could provide Bridges more opportunities on the offensive end. Moreover, the Thunder will be severely shorthanded with several players out (health and safety). Oklahoma City has been torched by opposing small forwards over the last five games, with defending the 3-point line being the biggest issue. The Thunder are giving up 22.2 points and 3.4 3-pointers on 41.7% shooting from the field and 37.9% from beyond the arc over the last five games. Bridges is projected for 13.42 points. OddsShopper gives the over a 66% chance of hitting and an expected ROI of 21%.

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