NBA Betting: Best Prop Bets For LA Lakers vs. LA Clippers

  • Andre Drummond and Anthony Davis to both record 7+ rebounds has -125 odds.
  • Paul George, Marcus Morris, and Kentavious Caldwell-Pope to each hit 2+ three-pointers listed at +175.

LOS ANGELES – The Los Angeles Lakers and Los Angeles Clippers will face off Thursday night. Any time that these two teams play there will be a lot of eyes on the game.

In a game with this magnitude, there will always be NBA prop bets available. Here are our best props for the game.

Andre Drummond and Anthony Davis: 7+ Reb Each (-125)

Sports betting sites have listed a prop bet for Andre Drummond and Anthony Davis to each record seven or more rebounds and have set the odds at -125.

Davis is seven games returned from his injury since playing 30+ minutes, he has eclipsed 7 rebounds in four of the five games. Drummond, aside from a no-rebound anomaly in his last game, had at least 7 boards in 12 straight games.

Paul George, Marcus Morris and Kentavious Caldwell-Pope: 2+ 3PT Each (+175)

Online sportsbooks suggest that this won’t happen, but it could be more possible than they think.

Paul George has hit at least two shots from behind the arc in 12 of his last 14 games, Marcus Morris has done so in 17 of his last 20 games and Kentavious Caldwell-Pope has hit at least two three-pointers in 12 of his last 16 games.

The Clippers as a team are shooting 41.7% from three this season which ranks as the best of the league. KCP will likely be the toughest leg of this parlay, but is taking an average of 6.9 three-point attempts over his last eight games.

Kawhi Leonard Reb + Ast: Over 13.5 (+105)

Kawhi Leonard has put up a modest pair of stat lines in his last two games, but shouldn’t much trouble hitting this figure against the Lakers. In the month of April alone, Leonard averaged 16.0 Reb + Ast including a 10-rebound and 8-assist outing against the Lakers.

Ivica Zubac Points: under 9.5 (-130)

Ivica Zubac is not on the court to score points, he’s there to rebound and protect the rim. Given that he’s already not much of a scoring threat and now will be matched up against Davis and Drummond, the Under 9.5 points seems to have some value.

Zubac scored just six points in his last outing against the Lakers and could even find himself struggling to get shots up. Tyronn Lue will likely send Zubac on the court with the sole intention of using all his energy trying to stop Davis from scoring, while guys like Leonard and George handle the offense.

How to Watch

The game is set to tip off at 10 p.m. EST and will be broadcasted on TNT.

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