Friday’s NBA: Top Betting Picks, Player Props, and DFS Lineup Tips

In the NBA, there are a variety of betting options available for the 82-game regular season, such as point spreads, moneylines, and totals. With 1,230 regular season games, it can be difficult to navigate through the odds, but advanced statistics can help narrow down the choices. numberFire’s NBA power rankings and daily projections, combined with advanced stats from the NBA, can offer a winning edge. Here are some best bets for today’s NBA odds from FanDuel Sportsbook.

Brooklyn Nets at Boston Celtics
Brooklyn Nets +11.5 (-110)
The Boston Celtics are favored to win this game, with an 83.3% win probability. However, the Nets have performed well in previous games, and there’s a good chance they will cover the spread. The Celtics have only had two games this season decided by more than 10 points. While their offense is strong, their bench unit may be a weakness. The Nets, meanwhile, have been competitive in all their games, and have a strong offense that could challenge Boston’s defense. So, the Nets are likely to keep this game close.

Los Angeles Clippers at Dallas Mavericks
Dallas Mavericks -1.0 (-112)
The Dallas Mavericks have a 6-2 record and have proven to be capable of winning this game. The Clippers, on the other hand, have a 3-4 record and are still figuring out their offense. They have lost three straight games and have struggled to score points since acquiring James Harden. Considering these factors, the Mavericks have a good chance of winning this game.

NBA Prop Bets
Kelly Oubre Jr. Over 13.5 Points (-111)
Kelly Oubre Jr. is likely to exceed 13.5 points in this game. He has consistently scored above this average in previous games, and has a strong track record against the Detroit Pistons. The Pistons’ defense will offer Oubre opportunities to score points.

Derrick White Over 12.5 Points (-120)
Derrick White has been performing well this season and has consistently surpassed the 12.5 points mark. Against the Brooklyn Nets, he is likely to continue this trend and contribute to the Celtics’ success.

LaMelo Ball ($9,100)
LaMelo Ball is a strong play for a lower price than Luka Doncic. He has a high fantasy ceiling and has been averaging a good number of fantasy points per game. Ball has shown that he is ready to compete.