3 Best Prop Bets for Suns vs Clippers NBA Playoffs Game 6 on FanDuel Sportsbook

The three best prop bets for NBA Playoffs Game 6 between the Phoenix Suns and Los Angeles Clippers on FanDuel Sportsbook.
The three best prop bets for NBA Playoffs Game 6 between the Phoenix Suns and Los Angeles Clippers on FanDuel Sportsbook. / Christian Petersen/Getty Images

The Phoenix Suns have a chance to advance to the NBA Finals on Wednesday as they take on the Los Angeles Clippers in Game 6 of the Western Conference Finals. This will be the Suns' second attempt at advancing after losing Game 5, 116-102, on Monday.

FanDuel Sportsbook is projecting that Game 6 could go either way, with both teams having -108 odds to walk out victorious. With that being said, moneyline bets aren't the only available options for tonight's Suns-Clippers matchup.

Here's a look at the three best prop bets for Game 6 of the 2020-21 NBA Western Conference Finals.

Suns vs Clippers Game 6 Player Props

1. Deandre Ayton - Points: Over 16.5 (-112)

After an incredible 19-point, 22-rebound double-double in Game 4, Deandre Ayton finished Game 5 with just 10 points and 11 rebounds. The disappointing performance was just one of the reasons why the Suns lost, but Ayton has a chance to redeem himself tonight. The 22-year-old center was averaging about 20.3 PPG through the first four games of the series. He's also hit over 16.5 points in four of his last five games, so he's got a good shot to reach 17 tonight.

2. Reggie Jackson - Points: Over 20.5 (-110)

With Kawhi Leonard out of the lineup, Reggie Jackson has been one of the Clippers that's been stepping up. Jackson dropped 23 points in Los Angeles' Game 5 victory and he's poised for another performance like that on Wednesday. He's averaging 22.6 PPG over his last seven games played and is also averaging 22.5 PPG in elimination games during the current postseason. If there's one player who shows up when a series is on the line, it's Jackson.

3. Chris Paul - Assists: Under 8.5 (+110)

While Chris Paul is known for being one of the greatest point guards of all time, he's not exactly a guarantee to have a 9-plus-assist game. There was a stretch earlier in the postseason where he had three straight games of double-digit totals, but Paul has recorded 8 or fewer assists in four of his last five games. One reason behind that could be that he's averaged 19.0 field-goal attempts during that span. It's just more difficult to rack up high assist totals when a player is shooting the ball more than anyone except for Devin Booker.

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