Julius Randle Most Popular Player Props for Knicks vs. Heat at BetMGM (Monday, May 8)
Issac Baldizon/NBAE via Getty Images. Pictured: Julius Randle #30 of the New York Knicks.
- Julius Randle has all three of the most popular player props at BetMGM — across both games on the NBA docket
- Which props are they, and do they have any value?
- Avery Yang breaks it down below.
Julius Randle holds BetMGM’s three most popular player props for Monday’s basketball slate, which includes Game 4 of Knicks vs. Heat and Game 4 of Warriors vs. Lakers.
Out of all the players and props available, it’s Randle. And the public is bullish about his outlook tonight.
Julius Randle Most Popular Player Props: Knicks vs. Heat Game 4
- Julius Randle Over 12.5 Rebounds & Assists (-120)
- Julius Randle Over 8.5 Rebounds (-105)
- Julius Randle Over 23.5 Points (-110)
Odds and props are according to BetMGM and are valid as of Monday afternoon.
While the public is all in on Randle for Knicks vs. Heat, our models indicate a lean on the under for total points. We project roughly 20.2 points on average. The algorithms also account for lingering injuries, which have been impacting Randle’s play overall.
The Knicks big man has been effective down low, but some of his lateral quickness has been hampered by two separate ankle injuries. The most recent one occurred during a clinching Game 5 victory over the Cavaliers in the first round. The other happened near the end of the regular season.
Expect an inconsistent series overall by the Knicks’ leading scorer, who missed Game 1, put up 25 points in Game 2 and had only 10 total points in Game 3 on 4-for-15 shooting — including 0-for-5 from 3.
Pick: Julius Randle under 23.5 points (-110) at BetMGM
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