12 NBA teams are taking the floor tonight, providing us with plenty of PrizePicks bets to target. Below, we’ll go through the best picks across all NBA matchups.
NBA PrizePicks Bet #1: Kristaps Porzingis Under 8.5 Rebounds
Atlanta Hawks vs. Washington Wizards Match Details
Fixture: Atlanta Hawks @ Washington Wizards
Date & Time: Friday, March 10, 7:00 p.m. EDT
Venue: Capital One Arena, Washington, D.C.
Kristaps Porzingis has had another solid season, and tonight he’ll take the floor against the Atlanta Hawks. Porzingis stands at 7’3″, but he plays the power forward position, with Daniel Gafford at the center spot. With the number of stretch bigs in the league now, Porzingis is forced to step out to the perimeter to guard players, which can limit his rebounds. On Wednesday, Porzingis grabbed only five rebounds against Atlanta, and the game before, he tallied only seven against Detroit. In five of his previous seven games, he’s finished with under eight boards, so expect that to be the case tonight.
NBA PrizePicks Bet #2: Aaron Gordon Over 2.5 Assists
Denver Nuggets vs. San Antonio Spurs Match Details
Fixture: Denver Nuggets @ San Antonio Spurs
Date & Time: Friday, March 10, 8:00 p.m. EDT
Venue: AT&T Center, San Antonio, Texas
Aaron Gordon has been great this year for the top-seeded Denver Nuggets, and he’s been a key part of their success. Gordon isn’t really known as a passer, and with two-time MVP Nikola Jokic on the team, Jokic handles most of the playmaking duties. Still, Gordon is extremely versatile, and at times he can have big numbers across the board. Over his past ten, Gordon is averaging 4.2 assists per game, and the Spurs are awful defensively, so the Nuggets should be able to put up a ton of points tonight.
NBA PrizePicks Bet #3: Pascal Siakam Over 6.5 Rebounds
Toronto Raptors vs. Los Angeles Lakers Match Details
Fixture: Toronto Raptors @ Los Angeles Lakers
Date & Time: Friday, March 10, 10:30 p.m. EDT
Venue: Crypto.com Arena, Los Angeles, California
Pascal Siakam is one of the better frontcourt players in the East, and while the Raptors don’t have the best record, Siakam’s production has remained solid. Although the trade bringing in Jakob Poeltl from the Spurs has forced Siakam to play power forward and hurt his rebounding numbers, he should be fine tonight. The Lakers allow the fourth-most boards in the league, and they’re without LeBron James for at least a few weeks. Expect Siakam to be active on the glass against an undersized Lakers squad.