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The NBA card for Tuesday features a whopping nine games. With plenty of value opportunities on the board, here are the seven best player props you should look at.
Sexton has played 18 games against teams that currently rank top five in preventing fantasy points from point guards. He's been held to 29 or fewer combined points, rebounds, and assists in 13 of those games. The Bulls are seemingly irrelevant in the playoff picture, but you can't knock their defensive statistics in key areas. They're the No. 1 defense against point guards, having allowed the fewest points and the second-fewest made threes per game to the position.
It's a similar thought process here with Valanciunas, who will face the league's best defense against centers. The Magic surrender the fourth-fewest points and the third-fewest rebounds to the position, making this a difficult spot for the Grizzlies big man.
Barrett's made some nice strides down the stretch of his rookie season. He's up to 14.1 points per game and has scored at least 15 in four of his last six contests. On Tuesday, he'll face a Wizards defense that allows the most points and three-point makes to shooting guards. Barrett scored 16 versus Washington in the prior meeting this season despite shooting 5-of-16 from the floor.
This is an ideal buy-low spot on Harden, who typically records point totals in the 35.5-36.5 range. He's in the midst of a bit of a drought - by his standards - posting 30 or fewer points in each of his last three games. But this is the perfect opportunity to get back on track, as the Timberwolves allow the most points per game to point guards.
Williams only has nine dimes over his last three outings, but I'm not going to let that trend sway me here. The Clippers guard had posted at least five assists in three of his previous four and is averaging 5.7 per game for the season. I think he'll surpass 4.5 against a Warriors defense that allows the most assists per game to shooting guards.
Booker has recorded at least five rebounds in back-to-back outings and in six of his last 10 overall. He's also posted at least five boards in each of his last two meetings against the Trail Blazers, who allow the second-most rebounds per game to shooting guards.
Alex Kolodziej is a betting writer for theScore. He's a graduate of Eastern Illinois who has been involved in the sports betting industry for 12 years. He can quote every line from "Rounders" and appreciates franchises that regularly wear alternate jerseys. Find him on Twitter @AJKolodziej.