The Milwaukee Bucks are looking to take a 3-1 series lead over the Atlanta Hawks in the NBA Eastern Conference Finals as Game 4 is scheduled for Tuesday. The Bucks are entering the game as the -255 moneyline favorites while the Hawks are underdogs at +210 odds, according to FanDuel Sportsbook.
However, moneyline markets aren't the only available betting options. Here's a look at three of the best prop bets for Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Finals between the Bucks and Hawks.
Bucks vs Hawks Game 4 Player Props
1. Jrue Holiday - Points: Over 19.5 (+100)
While the Bucks may have won Game 3, Jrue Holiday finished the contest with just 6 points on 2-for-11 shooting from the field. Holiday is much better than that stat line, which was made evident by him averaging 27.5 points per game through the first two games of the series. The three-time All-Defensive guard has scored at least 20 points in three of his last five games, so he has a good shot to do it again tonight. Trae Young is also questionable for tonight's game due to a bone bruise in his foot. Look for Holliday to take advantage of a matchup with potentially hobbled Young.
2. Clint Capela - Rebounds: Under 12.5 (-114)
After averaging 13.4 rebounds per game in Round 1, Clint Capela has averaged exactly 11.0 RPG in the 10 subsequent games. There's no doubt about it: he's a talented rebounder, but the Bucks out-rebounded the Hawks 50-35 in Game 3. You have to think that Milwaukee will approach Game 4 with the same game plan, which means that life could be difficult for Capela. He's only hit over 12.5 rebounds once in his last six games, and it's hard to see him turning it around tonight.
3. Khris Middleton - Points: Under 23.5 (-116)
Khris Middleton was one of the biggest reasons why the Bucks managed to win Game 3 as he dropped 38 points on the Hawks. While the team would love for him to replicate that performance, the fact is that Middleton is one of the streakier scorers this postseason. He's scored 30-plus points on two other occasions in the 2020-21 NBA Playoffs, however, he's averaging just 21 PPG in the following contests. As great as Middleton can be, it seems like he'll always follow up a great shooting game with a poor performance. Only time will tell if he can snap the streak in Game 4.
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