Here's three of the best prop bets for this NBA on TNT game, courtesy of FanDuel Sportsbook.
Pelicans vs Suns Player Props
1. Devin Booker - Assists: Over 4.5 (+102)
Devin Booker is dishing the ball extremely well to begin the year. He's racked up at least 4 assists in every game so far, and he has 17 combined dimes over his last two games. The Pelicans own one of the league's leakiest defenses, giving up the seventh-most points per game (114.9) this year. That bodes extremely well for Booker to set up his teammates all night long.
2. Mikal Bridges - Made Threes: Over 1.5 (-156)
Mikal Bridges may be coming off of zero made threes in his last outing, but he nailed at least 2 triples in every game prior to that. Bridges is currently shooting 42.9% from 3-point range in the early going, so it's clear the career-best 42.5% he averaged in 2020-21 was no fluke. New Orleans gives up the second-most made threes per game (14.5) and fifth-best opponent 3-point percentage (38.0%), making this low bar for Bridges very attractive.
3. Chris Paul - Rebounds: Over 3.5 (-112)
Chris Paul has always provided a strong presence on the boards from the guard position. His rebounds per game (3.8) are slightly down from his career average of 4.5, but he could have two factors going in his favor on Tuesday. Not only will Zion Williamson be sidelined for the Pelicans, but Suns big man Deandre Ayton is questionable with a leg injury as well. Williamson's absence already opens up plenty of opportunities on the boards, and Ayton possibly sitting could make Paul's rebounding even more important to his team.
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