February 7th NBA Props – Best Player Prop Bets for All 5 Sunday Games

Phoenix Suns guard Devin Booker sitting on the bench smiling.

LOS ANGELES, CA – FEBRUARY 13: Phoenix Suns Guard Devin Booker (1) looks on from the bench during a NBA game between the Phoenix Suns and the Los Angeles Clippers on February 13, 2019 at STAPLES Center in Los Angeles, CA. (Photo by Brian Rothmuller/Icon Sportswire)
  • Player Prop bets have been released for the five NBA games scheduled on Sunday
  • Charlotte rookie guard LaMelo Ball has been on a torrid scoring run and looks to pop off against the Wizards from three this afternoon
  • Read below for a complete list of prop bets and more picks to follow this afternoon

Let’s be honest. Football isn’t for everyone.

While most of the country will be focused on the Super Bowl, there are five basketball games scheduled today. The NBA had the foresight to schedule its matchups well before kickoff, but more importantly, there is plenty of action for bettors looking to make a play on something other than pigskin.

Two games in particular offer the most enticing player prop bets when Charlotte hosts Washington and Boston takes on Phoenix.

February 7 NBA Player Prop Bets

MIA vs NYK Points Rebounds Assists Three-Pointers Made
Jimmy Butler (MIA) 19.5 (O -108 | U -114) 6.5 (O -104 | U -118) 5.5 (O -144 | U +118) 1.5 (O -194 | U +150)
Bam Adebayo (MIA) 18.5 (O -102 | U -118) 9.5 (O -112 | U -108) 4.5 (O -114 | U -106) N/A
Tyler Herro (MIA) 16.5 (O -104 | U -118) 4.5 (O -140 | U +114) 3.5 (O -105 | U -115) 2.5 (O +124 | U -160)
Julius Randle (NYK) 21.5 (O -102 | U -118) 10.5 (O -104 | U -118) 4.5 (O -118 | U -104) 1.5 (O +112 | U -140)
RJ Barrett (NYK) 17.5 (O -108 | U -114) 5.5 (O -132 | U +108) 3.5 (O +130 | U -160) 1.5 (O +154 | U -200)
UTH vs IND Points Rebounds Assists Three-Pointers Made
Donovan Mitchell (UTH) 25.5 (O -114 | U -108) 4.5 (O +124 | U -152) 5.5 (O +114 | U -140) 3.5 (O -115 | U -111)
Bojan Bogdanovic (UTH) 18.5 (O -110 | U -110) 3.5 (O -138 | U +112) 2.5 (O +102 | U -124) 3.5 (O +124 | U -160)
Rudy Gobert (UTH) 14.5 (O +102 | U -126) 14.5 (O +108 | U -132) N/A N/A
Malcolm Brogdon (IND) 21.5 (O -110 | U -110) 4.5 (O +112 | U -140) 6.5 (O +106 | U -130) 2.5 (O +112 | U -142)
Domantas Sabonis (IND) 20.5 (O -110 | U -110) 11.5 (O -102 | U -120) 4.5 (O -114 | U -106) N/A
WSH vs CHA Points Rebounds Assists Three-Pointers Made
Bradley Beal (WSH) 32.5 (O -106 | U -116) 4.5 (O +108 | U -132) 4.5 (O -118 | U -104) 3.5 (O +106 | U -136)
Russell Westbrook (WSH) 20.5 (O -110 | U -110) 8.5 (O -122 | U +100) 8.5 (O -105 | U -115) 1.5 (O +112 | U -142)
Gordon Hayward (CHA) 22.5 (O -110 | U -110) 5.5 (O -105 | U -115) 4.5 (O +116 | U -142) 2.5 (O +124 | U -158)
LaMelo Ball (CHA) 18.5 (O -104 | U -118) 7.5 (O -104 | U -118) 8.5 (O +102 | U -124) 2.5 (O +114 | U -146)
BOS vs PHX Points Rebounds Assists Three-Pointers Made
Jayson Tatum (BOS) 28.5 (O -106 | U -116) 8.5 (O +104 | U -128) 4.5 (O +100 | U -122) 2.5 (O -146 | U +114)
Kemba Walker (BOS) 19.5 (O -116 | U -104) 3.5 (O -104 | U -118) 4.5 (O -138 | U +112) 2.5 (O -132 | U +104)
Devin Booker (PHX) 23.5 (O -108 | U -112) 3.5 (O -114 | U -106) 4.5 (O -115 | U -128) 2.5 (O +120 | U -154)
Chris Paul (PHX) 20.5 (O -108 | U -114) 4.5 (O -110 | U -110) 7.5 (O +115 | U -105) 1.5 (O +114 | U -146)
Deandre Ayton (PHX) 14.5 (O -102 | U -120) 12.5 (O -112 | U -108) N/A N/A
SAC vs LAC Points Rebounds Assists Three-Pointers Made
De’Aaron Fox (SAC) 24.5 (O -108 | U -114) 3.5 (O -112 | U -108) 7.5 (O +110 | U -134) 1.5 (O -174 | U +136)
Harrison Barnes (SAC) 17.5 (O -106 | U -116) 5.5 (O -120 | U -102) 3.5 (O -110 | U -110) 1.5 (O -184 | U +142)
Buddy Hield (SAC) 16.5 (O -102 | U -120) 4.5 (O +100 | U -122) 3.5 (O +118 | U -144) 4.5 (O +134 | U -172)
Kawhi Leonard (LAC) 30.5 (O -102 | U -118) 7.5 (O +108 | U -132) N/A 2.5 (O -106 | U -120)

Odds taken from FanDuel on Feb. 7th.

Big Three-Point Potential for Wizards/Hornets

Charlotte is a bubble playoff team at the moment in the Eastern Conference, and has a chance to gain ground on Toronto and New York against the lowly Wizards today.

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Rookie guard LaMelo Ball cooled off a bit in mid-to-late January after a hot start to the season, but he’s been heating up again. He’s been especially assertive shooting three-pointers as of late, and appears to be a good option to go over his projection of 2.5 made from beyond the arc this afternoon, as the Hornets take on the Wizards.

Ball has taken 15 three-pointers over his last games and has drained 50% of his threes over the last four games. The Wizards are 23rd in points allowed from distance this season and have ranked even worse than that over their last three games. Meanwhile, Charlotte has been a top-ten three-point shooting side this year and Ball has been a significant part of that.

The logic on rolling with Russ is loose; in his second game after a night off this season, Westbrook has made three-or-more three-pointers in three-of-four such games. As flimsy as a reason as that might be to bet on him to hit at least two tonight, this is his second game back after sitting out February 3 against Miami.

Westbrook is shooting above his career average from long range this season, at just over 35%. Defensively, Charlotte has allowed the third-most made three pointers in the NBA this year, and has allowed the second-most over its last three games.

The Pick: LaMelo Ball Over 2.5 Three-Pointers Made (+114)

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Playing the Unders in Phoenix

Perhaps the most compelling game on the schedule today is Boston at Phoenix. Both teams are 12-9, and feature some outstanding guards. However, it may be ambitious to expect them to go over some of their projected totals.

Boston point guard Kemba Walker is expected to continue picking up the slack offensively with Jaylen Brown ruled out for this afternoon. Walker hasn’t been very efficient so far this season, and outside of scoring 24 points against a Paul George-less Clippers on Friday, he hasn’t otherwise scored more than 20 points in a game this year.

Phoenix has had one of the lowest paces of play all season, and opponents have had the fourth-lowest effective shooting percentage against the Suns in their last three games. The Celtics are playing their fourth of a five-game road trip, and in a somewhat limited sample size this season, Walker’s second-lowest scoring average comes on Sundays.

As for Phoenix, Devin Booker has picked his scoring right back up where he left off following a four-game absence due to a hamstring injury at the end of January.

Booker hasn’t been proactive at setting up teammates with shots of their own. In his last two games, he’s had two assists in each, and in his first game back from injury against Dallas he didn’t have one at all. The Celtics have been a middle-of-the-road team in assists allowed on the road, but overall this year they have been one of the NBA’s top teams in that category.

Booker’s role on the team is clearly the scorer to Chris Paul’s facilitator, and getting over 4.5 assists against a generally deliberate side in Boston seems a high bar to clear. Still, fading Walker against a tough Suns backcourt is the more sensible move.

The Pick: Kemba Walker Under 19.5 Points (-104)

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