The Golden State Warriors and Sacramento Kings have played the most hotly-contested series in the first round, but it could come to an end if the Warriors win Game 6.
Since we may only have one game left in this series, let’s place some prop bets on Friday night’s action.
Kings vs. Warriors best NBA prop bets
- Keegan Murray UNDER 18.5 Points, Rebounds and Assists
- De’Aaron Fox OVER 6.5 Assists
- Andrew Wiggins OVER 18.5 Points
Keegan Murray UNDER 18.5 Points, Rebounds and Assists
Rookie Keegan Murray went off in Game 4, but he’s been quiet the rest of the series, going under this number in each of them.
For the entire series, Murray is averaging 8.6 points, 5.0 rebounds and 0.4 assists per game. I think that oddsmakers may have overreacted to his Game 4 performance with this line, especially since he’s playing a smaller role (24.2 minutes per game) than he did in the regular season.
De’Aaron Fox OVER 6.5 Assists
De’Aaron Fox struggled shooting the ball in Game 5 (9-for-25) while playing through a broken finger.
He’s going to play through it again in Game 6, but I wouldn’t be shocked if he leans on his passing (nine assists in three separate games this series) to carry him in this game.
The Kings need their other role players to step up, and if Fox isn’t shooting it at a high rate, moving the ball could be the best move for the team.
Andrew Wiggins OVER 18.5 Points
Andrew Wiggins has been right around this number all series, scoring 17 (off the bench) 22, 20, 18 and 20 points through five games.
I think this total is a little low with the Warriors at home, especially since Wiggins finished with 18 points in the game where he took his fewest shots (12) of the series.
If the one-time All-Star sees closer to his 16-18 shot usage, he should finish in the low 20s in Game 6.
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