Last Updated Nov 11, 2022, 9:49 AM
NBA Player Prop Picks for Wednesday, November 9
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NBA expert Michael Crosson is back to give out his top player prop picks for Wednesday, November 9th. Check out his predictions below, along with other VI Expert Picks!
Wednesday's NBA Player Prop Picks
- Tyrese Haliburton (IND) Over 19.5 Points (-120)
- Dillon Brooks (MEM) Over 3.5 Rebounds (+130)
- Marcus Morris (LAC) Over 5.5 Rebounds (-105)
Tyrese Haliburton (IND) Over 19.5 Points (-120)
The Pacers are off to a relatively pedestrian 5-5 start, however, Tyrese Haliburton has stood out as a glowing bright spot for them thus far, as after averaging 17.5 PTS or less in four straight campaigns to open his career, Haliburton has now racked up 21.7 PPG across his first ten outings of this season, with only one performance during that span falling short of 17 PTS.
I’ll back him to have another solid night in the scoring department here, as Haliburton has scored 20+ PTS in seven-of-ten contests for Indiana this season, which already includes five performances of 24+ PTS. And I expect that trend to continue against a Nuggets squad that currently ranks Top 10 in the league in pace (101.4 PACE).
Dillon Brooks (MEM) Over 3.5 Rebounds (+130)
After missing the Grizzlies’ first three games of the season with a thigh injury, Dillon Brooks finally appears to be getting back into the flow of things for Memphis, despite his struggles from the field thus far (40.5% FG), as Brooks has now scored 19+ PTS in three of his last six outings, with his three performances falling short of that number coming in south of 12 PTS.
However, he’s been far more reliable in the rebounding department recently, highlighted by Brooks entering Wednesday having gathered 4+ rebounds in four of his last five contests (4.4 REB), which includes performances of five rebounds against Washington and seven rebounds against Boston in his latest two outings.
So, I’ll back Brooks to keep it going in a matchup that should have plenty of rebounds to go around against a Spurs squad that’s played at the third-fastest pace in the league to open the season (103.4 PACE).
Marcus Morris (LAC) Over 5.5 Rebounds (-105)
Marcus Morris has experienced his fair share of ups and downs to start the season, especially in the scoring department, as he’s scored 18+ PTS in four of the nine contests that he’s partaken in thus far (20.3 PPG), however, he also fell short of 13 PTS in four of those affairs (10.8 PPG).
He’s been far more consistent on the glass, though, as Morris enters Wednesday having secured 6+ rebounds in four of his last six outings, with three of those performances ringing in at 8+ rebounds.
So, I’ll back Morris to have another solid night rebounding in Wednesday’s matchup against a Lakers squad that’s currently playing at the fastest pace in the league (103.8 PACE).