3 Best Prop Bets for Warriors vs Kings Game 7 on April 30 (De'Aaron Fox Spreads the Ball Around in Sacramento)

3 Best Prop Bets for Warriors vs Kings Game 7 on April 30 (De'Aaron Fox Spreads the Ball Around in Sacramento)


Sunday's NBA Playoffs slate includes an exciting Game 7 showdown between the Golden State Warriors and Sacramento Kings. The Kings forced a win-or-go-home situation with a 118-99 road victory in Game 6 and now host Game 7 with a trip to the Western Conference Semifinals on the line.

Here are three of the best prop bets for Warriors-Kings Game 7, courtesy of FanDuel Sportsbook.

Warriors vs Kings Game 7 Player Props

1. De'Aaron Fox - Assists: Over 7.5 (+106)

De'Aaron Fox is doing everything he can in an attempt to lead the Kings to the first playoff series win since 2004, including playing through a fractured finger on his shooting hand. Fox's hindered ability to shoot is forcing him to look toward his teammates more often. The All-Star has tallied at least 8 assists in four of the six games in this series and just put up 11 dimes in Game 6. Fox cashed this prop bet in two of his three regular-season meetings against the Warriors, too. Golden State allows the fifth-most opponent assists per away game (26.8), so expect another great performance from Fox on Sunday.

2. Malik Monk - Points: Over 17.5 (-105)

This prop bet goes hand in hand with the reasoning for Fox's assists prop bet. Fox is going to be looking to spread the ball around and Malik Monk has proven he is one of the Kings' best shooters in this series. He has tallied at least 18 points in four of the six games despite coming off the bench in every game. The former Kentucky standout is also shooting 43.0% from the floor, which checks in higher than the shooting percentage of players like Kevin Huerter and Harrison Barnes. Monk played in a series-high 32 minutes in Game 6 and should see a similar role in Game 7 against a Warriors defense that allows 12.9 made three-pointers per game (No. 24 in NBA).

3. Jordan Poole - Points: Under 13.5 (-114)

This has not been a great series for Jordan Poole. The fourth-year pro is averaging only 12.7 points per game on a 33.8% shooting mark, which is concerning as he is only on the court to score the basketball. He has never been known as a shutdown defender and head coach Steve Kerr doesn't have the time to let Poole figure it out in Game 7. Look for a defensive player like Gary Peyton II to see more minutes as the Warriors try to keep the Kings in check. Sacramento has held Poole to just 31 total points in their three home games in this series and has held him to under 14 points in 11 of 19 all-time meetings.

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