Last Updated Nov 25, 2022, 10:54 AM
NBA Player Prop Picks for Friday, November 11
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NBA expert Michael Crosson is back to give out his top player prop picks for Friday, November 11th. Check out his predictions below, along with other VI Expert Picks!
Friday's NBA Player Prop Picks
- Jaylen Brown (BOS) Over 6.5 Rebounds (-115)
- Desmond Bane (MEM) Over 4.5 Rebounds (+115)
- Domantas Sabonis (SAC) Over 18.5 Points (-120)
Jaylen Brown (BOS) Over 6.5 Rebounds
Jaylen Brown was surprisingly quiet in the rebounding department during the Celtics’ first two matchups of the season against the Heat and Sixers, as Brown grabbed four boards or less in back-to-back contests to open the year, despite scoring 28+ PTS across 34+ minutes of action in both of those affairs.
However, he’s posted some of the best rebounding numbers of his career since those first two contests, as Brown enters Friday having secured 6+ rebounds in seven of his last nine outings (7.4 REB), with five of those performances ringing in at 8+ rebounds.
So, I’ll back Brown to have another solid night on the glass going up against a Nuggets squad that currently ranks seventh in the league in pace (101.9 PACE).
Desmond Bane (MEM) Over 4.5 Rebounds
Desmond Bane is off to a red-hot start to the season, as the third-year player out of TCU went from averaging 18.2 PPG, 4.4 REB, and 2.7 AST just a year ago, to now averaging 24.7 PPG, 5.1 REB, and 4.7 AST through the Grizzlies’ first 11 games of this season.
I’ll back him to stay hot in the rebounding department here, as Bane enters Friday having secured 5+ rebounds in eight of his last ten outings (5.2 REB), and there should be plenty of missed shots up for grabs in a matchup against a Timberwolves squad that’s currently playing at the third-fastest pace in the league (103.1 PACE).
Domantas Sabonis (SAC) Over 18.5 Points
Domantas Sabonis stumbled out to a surprisingly slow start in his first full campaign with Sacramento, as the former Pacer scored 13 PTS or less in three-of-four contests to open the season, which was somewhat jarring after seeing him average 18.5+ PPG in three straight campaigns prior to this year.
However, he’s cranked up the heat since that opening stretch, as Sabonis has now scored 18+ PTS in five of his last six outings, with three of those performances coming in at 21+ PTS.
So, I’ll back Sabonis to have another solid night on the scoreboard in Friday night’s matchup against a Lakers squad that’s currently playing at the fastest pace in the league (103.6 PACE).