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Last Updated Jun 14, 2022, 01:05 AM

NBA Player Props for Monday, June 13

Prop betting expert Stuart Durst gives his top prop bets to consider for NBA Playoffs action on Monday, June 13. Check out his top play for the hardwood action below.

  • Robert Williams (BOS) Over 1.5 Blocks + Marcus Smart (BOS) Over 0.5 Assists 1Q (-115) at DraftKings
  • Andrew Wiggins (GSW) Over 13.5 Points + Kevon Looney (GSW) Over 1.5 Assists (-125) at DraftKings

Robert Williams (BOS) Over 1.5 Blocks + Marcus Smart (BOS) Over 0.5 Assists 1Q (-115)

Anyone that's been following this article throughout the playoffs knows that Robert Williams has been an absolute money-maker. Williams is a defensive monster, and a great per-minute producer, it all comes down to health with him. After looking rather slow at the end of the Miami series, and the beginning of Golden State, he’s now played 26 and 31 minutes these last two games. In those games he recorded 4 and 2 blocks, and if he can get to that 26 minute mark should easily be able to get there again. Williams has 2+ blocks in 9/9 postseason games with 20+ minutes, I think he’s healthy enough to cash this once again.

If you don't have 1st quarter betting you can substitute this with another safe leg, I’m going to continue to take advantage of these bad Marcus Smart 1Q lines. Smart is averaging 1.9 assists in the first quarter this postseason, and has 1+ 18/19 games. This is the most consistent prop on the board, and Smart’s number should be starting at 2 (which he’s had in his last 3 games against the Warriors this series).

Andrew Wiggins (GSW) Over 13.5 Points + Kevon Looney (GSW) Over 1.5 Assists (-125)

Looney has 2+ assists in 4/4 games this series with 5, 2, 3, and 2. He’s averaging 2.2 assists in the postseason and has 2+ in 11 of his last 12 playoff games, he’s never been the most aggressive player in the world and is constantly creating on screens for Curry/Klay. Wiggins has 20, 11 (blowout), 18, and 17 points this series, averaging 15.9 in the postseason. With Curry, Klay, and Poole all able to get hot at any time, it's clear that Boston is fine with Wiggins getting his today. Wiggins is playing the most out of any Warriors player, a 40+ minute workload is a likely outcome today.

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