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NBA Player Props

NBA player props allow for bets on basketball players, rather than teams or games. You can bet on things like how many points or assists a player gets, or whether a player will make their first free throw attempt. You can also bet on other NBA props, like which team will earn more rebounds.

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NBA Player Props

You can bet on NBA player props at all of the most popular sportsbooks. It is becoming an increasingly popular way to get in on the action during regular season games.

Betting on player props during a basketball game allows you to bet on specific players, like Jordan Poole or Derrick White. Instead of predicting the winner, you can bet on which player will score the most points, who will get a triple-double, who will make the biggest shot, and so much more.

Common Types of NBA Player Props

There are a lot of different types of NBA player prop bets. Some popular bets include who will score the most points, who will make the most 3-pointers, and who will have the most rebounds. There are also some unique prop bets that you won’t find anywhere else. For example, you can bet on how many times a player will dunk in a game.


The over/under for rebounds per game in the NBA is a popular bet among basketball fans. This bet is based on the total number of rebounds a player will have in a game. The over/under for this bet is usually between 5 and 10. To win this bet, you must choose whether the player will have more or less than the over/under. If you choose correctly, you will win the bet.


In basketball, an assist is defined as a pass that directly leads to a basket. The player who passes the ball gets credit for the assist. In betting on NBA player props, the over/under for assists per game refers to the number of assists a player is projected to have in a game. For example, if the over/under for LeBron James’ assists in a game is 10.5, bettors can wager on whether they think he will have more or less than 10.5 assists in the game.


In the NBA, “over/under” bets are common for individual player props. For example, oddsmakers may set the over/under for a player’s steals at 1.5. This means that bettors can wager on whether they think the player will end up with more or fewer than 1.5 steals in the game.


The over/under for blocks in an NBA game is a bet that you can make on the total number of blocks that will be made in the game. If you think that there will be more than the listed number of blocks, you would bet on the over. If you think there will be fewer blocks, you would bet on the under.


This over/under bet on 3-point field goals made is a popular one among NBA fans. The reason is that it is relatively easy to predict how many 3-pointers a player will make in a game. For example, if a player is averaging 2.5 3-pointers per game, then it is most likely that he will make more than 3 in a game. However, there are also players who are streaky shooters and may make more or less than their average.

When betting on this, consider a player’s average attempts per game and consider how often they are successful.

NBA Futures Player Props

If you’re a fan of the NBA, you might be interested in future bets on NBA players.

There are a variety of sportsbooks that offer these bets, and they can be very lucrative. For example, if you bet on a player to win the MVP award within the next two seasons, you could win a lot of money. If you’re looking for a more speculative bet, you can also make bets on how many points each player will score this season or how many technical fouls a particular player will get.

  • Points Leader
  • MVP (Most Valuable Player)
  • 6MOY (Sixth Man of the Year)
  • MIP (Most Improved Player)
  • ROTY (Rookie of the Year)

NBA Draft And Free Agency Player Props

NBA Draft and free agency are two important parts of the season. This is when teams get new players to help them win games. Over the years, player props have become a popular way of predicting who will be drafted and who will sign with a team. These props are usually based on statistics or interviews. They can give you a good idea of who to watch during the draft and free agency.

  • First Overall Player Drafted
  • Player’s Draft Position (Over/Under)
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