Here's three of the best prop bets for the Hawks-Knicks game, courtesy of FanDuel Sportsbook.
Hawks vs Knicks Player Props
1. Trae Young - Points: Over 27.5 (-116)
Few players are hated as much by an opposing fanbase as Trae Young is after last season's first-round playoff match between the Knicks and Hawks. Look for Young to rile up the New York faithful at Madison Garden even more tonight. He's already had scoring success against the Knicks this season, averaging 31.0 PPG in two previous contests. Adding in the fact that he has two 46-plus-point outings in his last four games this season, look for Young to have another strong showing tonight.
2. Evan Fournier - Threes Made: Over 3.5 (-104)
Evan Fournier hasn't exactly lived up to expectations in his first season with the Knicks. Having said that, he has found success from range, averaging a career-high 3.1 threes made in 69 games. Although that's below the total for this prop, Fournier has been playing even better from beyond the arc recently. He's 19-of-38 (.500) from three-point range in his last four contests, hitting the over on this prop in each of those games. Meanwhile, the Hawks have been allowing opponents to convert on .368 of three-point attempts in their last 10 games, which ranks 11th-worst over that span. Assuming the volume is there, Fournier should continue having three-point success against Atlanta.
3. Mitchell Robinson - Rebounds: Under 9.5 (-118)
Although his offense is limited, Mitchell Robinson has been having a career year in the paint, with a new personal best of 8.6 RPG. Unfortunately, his numbers have been inconsistent as of late. For starters, he's averaging 8.2 RPG over his last 15 games, which is below the total on his prop. In addition to that, Robinson has finished with nine or fewer rebounds in nine of those contests — including three times in the last four games. Things won't get much easier with Robinson having to go one-on-one with Clint Capela (11.9 RPG) in the pain. Keeping that in mind, temper expectations for the Knicks' center.
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