Welcome back to another preview of the best NBA prop bets on Friday, February 11, 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 Nikola Jokic and Zach LaVine, in addition to a team total for the Atlanta Hawks.
Best NBA Props Today (2/11/22)
San Antonio Spurs at Atlanta Hawks
NBA Prop: Hawks Team Total – Over 120.5 Points (-120)
The Hawks just got back on the good foot in their last game, a 21-point victory at home against the Pacers. Atlanta is a massive eight-point favorite heading into this matchup against San Antonio, which plays the fifth-fastest pace in the NBA. That uptick in tempo will lead the Hawks to have more possessions in a game total of 232.5.
Atlanta is a much better team when playing at home, so this also elevates the expectation of scoring. 120.5 is an enormous number to hit, but I believe it’s set that high for a reason. Both teams’ point guards are some of the best in the business at pushing the ball up the court.
Denver Nuggets at Boston Celtics
NBA Prop: Nikola Jokic – Over 1.5 Made 3-pointers (+155)
Jokic has failed to make a single 3-pointer in each of his last two games. However, I believe that can all change with a couple of buckets from behind the arc. The Celtics are pretty good at defending centers down low, so this could be a chance for Jokic to move his game to the perimeter.
Just because Jokic hasn’t knocked down any 3-pointers in the last two games, he did have 2+ made 3-pointers in eight of his previous 10 games. The matchup against Robert Williams should have him on the perimeter much more in this game.
Minnesota Timberwolves at Chicago Bulls
NBA Prop: Zach LaVine – Over 35.5 Points + Rebounds + Assists (-115)
After a recent dip in production, LaVine has come back with two strong performances in back-to-back games. This is all taking place under the radar while DeMar DeRozan goes on his historic run.
This is also a chance for LaVine to stick it to his former franchise, the one that traded him away to the Bulls. Look for LaVine to fly under the radar again and have a huge night in a matchup that favors him greatly.