3 Best Prop Bets for Bucks vs 76ers on Nov. 18 (Tyrese Maxey Lets It Rain From Deep)

3 Best Prop Bets for Bucks vs 76ers on Nov. 18 (Tyrese Maxey Lets It Rain From Deep)


The 2022-23 NBA season is in full swing with another 11 matchups set for action on Friday night. One of those battles features the Milwaukee Bucks (11-3) and Philadelphia 76ers (7-7) in a showdown between Eastern Conference title threats.

Here are three of the best prop bets for the Bucks-76ers game, courtesy of FanDuel Sportsbook's NBA odds.

Bucks vs 76ers Player Props

1. Tyrese Maxey - Made Threes: Over 2.5 (+102)

This prop bet comes down to volume. The 76ers will be without James Harden again on Friday night as he nurses a foot injury, which means Tyrese Maxey will have the ball in his hands a ton when he is on the floor. Maxey is averaging 7.2 three-point attempts per game over Philadelphia's last five contests. He is also set to face a Milwaukee defense that is allowing an opponent three-point shooting percentage of 39.2% over its last three games. Without Jrue Holiday on the court, the Bucks will likely turn to Jevon Carter and MarJon Beauchamp to guard Maxey. That's a matchup the former Kentucky standout can exploit with his speed and quick shot release.

2. Brook Lopez - Made Threes: Over 1.5 (-160)

Much like Maxey, Brook Lopez should see a ton of scoring opportunities in this game. Khris Middleton and Wesley Matthews remain out alongside Holiday. The Bucks will be missing their best three-point shooters and Lopez stepped up on Wednesday by draining 7 of his 9 attempts from beyond the arc. The veteran big man has sinked at least a pair of three-pointers in four of his last six games and has never been afraid to chuck up a shot. That mentality should come in handy against a Philadelphia defense he torched for 4 three-pointers back on October 20. Bettors afraid to take on the juiced odds here can switch gears to 3+ made threes at +200 odds.

3. Giannis Antetokounmpo - Points: Under 29.5 (-115)

It's never fun to fade one of the most exciting players in basketball, but this is not a stellar matchup for Giannis Antetokounmpo. Joel Embiid is coming off of his best defensive effort of the season as he racked up 7 blocks against the Utah Jazz on Sunday. Giannis also put up only 21 points on 9-of-16 shooting in his first matchup against the 76ers this season. Philadelphia allows just 46.0 points in the paint per game (T-No. 9 in NBA) and has a rested Embiid ready to go. Giannis is going to have to rely on his mid-range jumper more often than usual on Friday night, so seeing him drop 30 points for the first time since November 2 would be surprising.

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