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3 Best Prop Bets for Suns vs Bucks NBA Finals Game 3 on FanDuel Sportsbook

Devon Platana
NBA Finals player prop bets for Phoenix Suns vs Milwaukee Bucks Game 3 on Sunday, July 11.
NBA Finals player prop bets for Phoenix Suns vs Milwaukee Bucks Game 3 on Sunday, July 11. / Ralph Freso/Getty Images

After taking the 2-0 series lead, the Phoenix Suns will look for another win in the 2020-21 NBA Finals as they take on the Milwaukee Bucks in Game 3 on Sunday, July 11.

Here's three of the best best player prop bets heading into Game 3, courtesy of FanDuel Sportsbook.

Suns vs Bucks Game 3 Player Props

1. Devin Booker - Points: Under 28.5 (-108)

Devin Booker is, undoubtedly, one of the main reasons why the Suns are in the NBA Finals. However, despite his ability to score the ball, 'D-Book' isn't as consistent on the road as he is at home. When he's played at Phoenix Suns Arena this postseason, Booker is averaging 28.3 PPG on .468/.397/.930 shooting splits. However, when it comes to road games, he's averaging 25.9 PPG on .413/.302/.907 splits. That could make it tough for Booker to reach this lofty total.

2. Deandre Ayton - Rebounds: Over 12.5 (-106)

The 2020-21 NBA Playoffs have been a coming-out party for Deandre Ayton as he's shown the basketball world what he can do. Over his last five games played, Ayton is averaging 16.0 RPG — including a 19-rebound performance in Game 1 of the Finals. Yes, rebounds are harder to come by as Giannis Antetokoumpo is averaging 14.5 per game on the series, but that doesn't mean that Ayton can't hit the 12.5 over on Sunday. He's averaging 12.6 RPG on the road in the playoffs, so look for him to make his presence known in the paint for Game 3.

3. Khris Middleton - Points: Over 24.5 (-116)

Despite being the Bucks' No. 2 player, Khris Middleton has been largely inconsistent throughout the postseason. While he's had numerous games with 25 or more points, he has the knack for following it up with a stinker — as made evident by the 11 points he had in Game 2. However, Middleton has shown that he actually bounces back from these disappointing performances quite well. He's averaging 25.4 PPG this postseason following games in which he scores fewer than 20 points. With the Bucks needing a huge win on Sunday to keep their championship hopes alive, they'll be counting on Middleton to continue this trend.

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