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It's Tuesday, March 30 and here is what the data is telling us for tonight's NBA player props ⏬
PLAYER: Terry Rozier
BET:🔥 OVER 22.5 points with PointsBet (-109)
The 'books finally did it: they adjusted Scary Terry's prop line after weeks of cashing in at 19.5 and 20.5. The only problem though? It's still too low.
Rozier had an "off" game against the Suns a couple of days ago. He still went over, cashing for this article's readers, but he did only score 22. This is not indicative, however, of his form facing weaker teams. In the previous three games leading the offense in LaMelo Ball's absence, Rozier scored 24, 25 and 26 points against the Spurs, Rockets and Heat respectively. Terry now has consistency in his game, and our projections have him once again going over.
PLAYER: Devin Booker
BET:🔥 OVER 4.5 rebounds with FanDuel Sportsbook (-115)
He's known for his pure scoring, but did you know that lately Devin Booker has been a high volume rebounder? It's true! In his last seven games the Phoenix Suns guard is averaging 5.7 rebounds per game and has not had less than 5 boards in any of those games? With a trend line that intriguing, we're going to see how far it takes us. Can he keep it up against one of the best rebounding teams in the league? Our money says yes.
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