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It's Thursday, April 1 and here is what the data is telling us for tonight's NBA player props ⏬
PLAYER: Darius Garland
BET:🔥 UNDER 18.5 points with PointsBet (-108)
After a big start to the season, an injury forced Garland to spend significant time on the sidelines and ever since his return, the output of the second year guard has been quelled.
In the 12 games he played during March, Garland averaged 17.5 points and scored 19 points or more only three times. Coming up a good defensive side in the Philadelphia 76ers, it's tough to see Garland bucking the trend here.
PLAYER: Jerami Grant
BET:🔥 OVER 23.5 points with FanDuel Sportsbook (-104)
The Detroit Pistons lost badly to the Wizards only a few nights ago in a game where Jerami Grant had little affect, clocking only 9 points in 19 minutes of game time. We think that may be an aberration, though, especially considering Grant last night put up 30 against the Trail Blazers. The Wizards give up the most points in the league at 119.3 per game. Grant is not going to miss another opportunity to feast out on Washington's lackadaisical approach to defending the basket.