Welcome back to another preview of the best NBA prop bets on Thursday, February 10, 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 three different player/team total props on the slate to make a maximum profit. We’ll take a look at player props on Chris Paul and Khris Middleton, in addition to team totals for the Brooklyn Nets and New York Knicks.
Best NBA Props Today (2/10/22)
Brooklyn Nets at Washington Wizards
NBA Prop: Nets Team Total – Under 107.5 Points (-110)
The Nets are the laughingstock of the NBA once again, losing nine straight games amidst a whirlwind of trade rumors with star player James Harden. Speaking of trades, today is the NBA’s trade deadline and Brooklyn could certainly make some moves before it’s all said and done. If that’s the case, the Nets will be completely shorthanded tonight.
Brooklyn gets the added benefit of having Kyrie Irving on the road. However, it hasn’t really mattered who has been on the court lately. The Nets are averaging a disappointing 102.5 points per game over the last six contests- all Nets’ losses.
Milwaukee Bucks at Phoenix Suns
NBA Prop: Khris Middleton + Devin Booker: 4+ Made 3-Pointers Each (+900)
Of course, this bet is a longshot. But we’re getting fantastic +900 odds on this prop bet from DraftKings. The Bucks and Suns met in last year’s NBA Finals, with the Bucks winning the series 4-2. We are certainly going to see a fun back-and-forth game tonight.
It is worth noting that the Bucks are one of the worst teams in the NBA at defending 3-pointers. Booker was in a little bit of a rut from behind the arc, but he has gone 8-for-18 there over the last two games. Middleton is the one that really needs to pick it up, considering he hasn’t knocked down four 3-pointers in a game since Jan. 22.
New York Knicks at Golden State Warriors
NBA Prop: Warriors Team Total – Over 114.5 Points (-110)
The Warriors got absolutely clobbered in the second half by the Utah Jazz last night. That beating gave them enough time to lick their wounds and try it all over again tonight against the Knicks; if you’re the Warriors, you love that it’s the Knicks in town.
That loss snapped a nine-game winning streak for Golden State. Meanwhile, New York is looking to snap a four-game losing streak. I believe the Warriors come out determined and hungry after last night’s embarrassing loss on national TV.