3 Best Prop Bets for Warriors vs Kings NBA Game 2 on April 17 (Fox's Encore Performance Doesn't Disappoint)

Best Golden State Warriors vs. Sacramento Kings prop bets for NBA Playoffs Game 2 on Monday, April 17, 2023.
Best Golden State Warriors vs. Sacramento Kings prop bets for NBA Playoffs Game 2 on Monday, April 17, 2023. / AP Photo/José Luis Villegas

Monday's slate of NBA postseason games includes a Game 2 between the Golden State Warriors and Sacramento Kings. FanDuel Sportsbook's latest odds list the Warriors as the 1.5-point road favorite with the projected total set at 240.

Here's three of the best prop bets for the Warriors-Kings game, courtesy of FanDuel Sportsbook.

Warriors vs Kings Player Props

1. De'Aaron Fox — Points: Over 28.5 (-106)

The Warriors had no answer for De'Aaron Fox's attack in Game 1, allowing the veteran guard to drop 38 points on 48.1% shooting. Although an encore performance won't be easy, I see him at least finishing with the over on the above prop bet. Finishing with 29-plus points is something that Fox has done 16 times over his last 30 games. He's also averaging 29.2 PPG in his last six encounters with the Warriors. At the end of the day, the Warriors aren't fast enough to keep up with Fox's blistering speed, putting him in a good position for another solid offensive showing.

2. Stephen Curry — Threes Made: Over 4.5 (-125)

Although his Warriors didn't win Game 1, Stephen Curry still had a solid solo performance, finishing with 30 points while shooting 6-of-14 from behind the arc. There's no reason why he shouldn't have a similar performance from distance tonight. For starts, the Kings allow opponents to average 12.5 threes (No. 19) on 37.2% shooting (No. 25). Secondly, Curry is averaging 5.3 threes made on 44.0% shooting over his last seven games, finishing with over 4.5 five times. Having hit the over on this prop in three of his last five games against Sacramento, Curry will thrive on the outside again.

3. Draymond Green — Rebounds: Over 7.5 (-102)

Draymond Green has some momentum on his side following a nine-rebound performance in Game 1. He's now finished with more than 7.5 rebounds in three of his last five games — a trend I see him continuing tonight. While the Kings allowed the seventh-fewest rebounds (50.0), this regular season, they've surrendered an average of 57.3 over their last three games — fifth most in that span. With a project point total of 240, there should be plenty of opportunities for Green to pick up loose balls, hitting the over in the process.

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