Raybon’s Warriors-Raptors Game 4 Prop: Will Steph Curry Grab 6 Rebounds?
Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports. Pictured: Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry
- Chris Raybon sees value on one player prop for Game 4 of the 2019 NBA Finals.
- He breaks down how he is betting Stephen Curry's rebound prop.
The player prop highlighted below is for Game 4 of the 2019 NBA Finals on Friday night:
- Toronto Raptors at Golden State Warriors: 9 p.m. ET (ABC)
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Warriors PG Stephen Curry
THE PICK: Over 5.5 Rebounds (-115)
With Kevin Durant off the floor this season, Steph is averaging 6.2 rebounds per 36 minutes, 7% above his season average. And now down 2-1 with no end to KD’s tunnel-only appearances in sight, I’m not sure Steve Kerr can afford to sit Curry for even the five minutes he sat in Game 3.
The Warriors tend to clean up well after a loss in the playoffs. That combined with getting back Klay Thompson’s defensive prowess should force the Raptors into the misses that eluded them in Game 3, in which they shot 52%. Sharp money is also on the under, which is usually a good sign for the over on rebound props.
Curry has grabbed six-plus boards in five of his past seven games and six of his past 11; I think his odds are somewhere in the middle and would play this up to -145.
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