There are 11 games on tonight’s NBA slate, and there are plenty of player props to choose from. Below, we’ll take you through the best props to target across all matchups.
NBA Player Prop #1: De’Aaron Fox Over 32.5 Points and Assists (-115)
Dallas Mavericks vs. Sacramento Kings Match Details
Fixture: Dallas Mavericks @ Sacramento Kings
Date & Time: Friday, February 10, 10:00 p.m. EDT
Venue: Golden 1 Center, Sacramento, California
De’Aaron Fox is in the midst of a career year, and he’s a big reason why the Kings currently occupy the #3 seed in the Western Conference. Earlier today, Fox was named an All-Star as an injury replacement, and he’s definitely earned his spot. Fox dropped 31 points and dished out 11 assists in Wednesday’s win over the Kings, and now they’ll return home to host the Mavericks. The Kings and Mavs haven’t matched up this season thus far, but last time Fox faced Dallas he tied a career-high with 44 points. Expect the speedy point guard to lead the way scoring-wise and playmaking-wise tonight.
NBA Player Prop #2: P.J. Washington Over 17.5 Points and Rebounds (-113)
Charlotte Hornets vs. Boston Celtics Match Details
Fixture: Charlotte Hornets @ Boston Celtics
Date & Time: Friday, February 10, 7:30 p.m. EDT
Venue: TD Garden, Boston, Massachusetts
P.J. Washington has been solid for Charlotte this year, currently averaging 14.8 points and 4.5 rebounds per game. Now, with Charlotte shipping out center Mason Plumlee, who was averaging 9.7 boards, Washington and some of his teammates will need to help out on the glass. Washington isn’t the most consistent performer, but his lines are set pretty low. Expect the Kentucky product to take on a larger role tonight with the departure of Plumlee, and look for him to get to 18 combined points and rebounds after scoring 20 and grabbing five rebounds last game.
NBA Player Prop #3: Andrew Nembhard Over 12.5 Points and Assists (-104)
Phoenix Suns vs. Indiana Pacers Match Details
Fixture: Phoenix Suns @ Indiana Pacers
Date & Time: Friday, February 10, 7:00 p.m. EDT
Venue: Gainbridge Fieldhouse, Indianapolis, Indiana
Pacers rookie Andrew Nembhard has been reliable this season, especially lately as he’s proven himself as a decent secondary scoring option and playmaker. Nembhard, over his previous six games, is averaging 8.8 points and 4.3 assists. Of these six games, Nembhard has totaled 13 combined points and assists five times. Tonight, the Pacers host a Suns team that just made a blockbuster deal for Kevin Durant. While this move certainly improves Phoenix’s chance to win a championship, while Durant is out they’ll be lacking depth. The Suns couldn’t contain Atlanta’s guards last night, and tonight Nembhard, who should start at shooting guard, will be able to take advantage of this matchup.