Three NBA Prop Bets for Tuesday Night

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Photo Credit: Brad Mills- USA Today Sports. Pictured: Bradley Beal

Tuesday features a six-game slate starting at 7:00 p.m. ET. As usual, the FantasyLabs Player Props tool has identified a handful of potentially profitable prop bets. Only one bet currently has a Bet Quality of 10, but an additional nine have a Bet Quality of at least 8. There will also likely be more props posted closer to game time, so be sure to continue to check the Player Props tool for the latest updates.

Here are three bets that I have my eye on tonight.

Spencer Dinwiddie under 13 points (-140 at Bovada)

7:00 p.m. ET

Dinwiddie has had a really nice season for the Nets, averaging 13.4 points and 6.8 assists on 29.1 minutes per game. Most of that damage, however, has come with D’Angelo Russell out or limited, and Russell has recently seen a nice uptick in playing time. Dinwiddie has seen a usage decrease of 4.4 percentage points when sharing the court with Russell this season, and he posted a usage rate of just 10.8 percent in his most recent game. He’s been at 13 or fewer points in each of the past four games and should struggle to approach that mark again today.

Tobias Harris over 6.5 rebounds (-125 at 5Dimes)

10:30 p.m. ET | TNT

Harris has seen a nice boost in rebound value as a member of the Clippers, averaging 7.4 per game. He’s had eight or more rebounds in five of six games, with the lone exception being a six-rebound game against the Warriors. The Nuggets are one of the best rebounding teams in the league — they currently rank third in team rebound rate — but this line is still low given what Harris has done since arriving in LA. He could also see a few additional minutes in this contest with Danilo Gallinari ruled out.

Bradley Beal over 5.5 assists (+110 at BetOnline)

8:00 p.m. ET | TNT

Beal has not seen the bump in usage that most people expected with John Wall out of the lineup, with his usage rate of 30.5 percent representing an increase of just 1.9 percentage points. Even so, he has seen a nice bump in two areas: playing time and assist rate. He has routinely played upwards of 40 minutes with Wall out of the lineup recently, and his current projection of 38.3 minutes ranks first among all players in the FantasyLabs NBA Models. He’s also handed out at least six assists in six straight games, making the positive odds on this prop very enticing.

Photo Credit: Brad Mills-USA Today Sports