Welcome back to another preview of the best NBA prop bets on Tuesday, February 1, 2022. In this article, I will identify my best NBA props tonight to make a maximum profit and get us some more money to get going this week.
Tonight, we’ll take a look at a trio of players in the Washington Wizards-Milwaukee Bucks game, the Denver Nuggets and Kyrie Irving.
Best NBA Props Today (2/1/22)
Washington Wizards at Milwaukee Bucks
NBA Prop: Giannis Antetokounmpo, Kyle Kuzma, Jrue Holiday: 20+ Points Each (+290 – DraftKings)
The Bucks are massive 11-point favorites tonight against the Wizards. That number raised a ton of eyebrows, considering Washington won the earlier meeting this season by seven points. There will certainly be plenty of motivation for Milwaukee tonight since it lost the last game by 36 points.
In this contest, we need Antetokounmpo, Kuzma and Holiday to all score 20+ points. The latter of the trio is truly the one that we need to worry – not because Holiday isn’t capable, but he could have his name all over the stat sheet in an up-tempo matchup like this. Holiday, though, has scored 20+ in two of his last four games.
Denver Nuggets at Minnesota Timberwolves
NBA Prop: Denver Nuggets Team Total – Over 113.5 Points (-110)
The Nuggets have been on a roll offensively, scoring at least 116 points in eight of their last 10 games. We can attribute this recent surge of scoring to Nikola Jokic, who has five triple-doubles in his last eight games.
This season’s previous matchups haven’t been fruitful for Nuggets offensively as they have missed this mark in each of the two meetings. The two teams have split the season series, with the T-Wolves winning in a blowout and the Nuggets winning narrowly in the last one.
Brooklyn Nets at Phoenix Suns
NBA Prop: Kyrie Irving – Over 26.5 Points (-115)
Irving isn’t able to play home games, but he is certainly trying to make the most of his time on the road. The only discriminated player in the NBA has scored at least 24 points in each of his last five games, even dropping 30+ in three of his last four.
Tonight’s matchup against the Suns will not be easy, considering this is the best team in the NBA. Irving will need to get himself to the free-throw line just as he did last game when we went 11-for-12 there.