We closed out last week on a high note as a profitable Friday night made it four straight winning days in the NBA player prop market.
Following a reset over the weekend, here's what we have in store for Monday's six-game slate.
Scary Terry's been frightening to fade - he's now got 30 or more in four straight - but tonight's tilt against the Jazz is the optimal time to do so. Utah's No. 7 in the NBA in opponent three-point percentage (35.2%) and No. 2 in made threes per game by opposing shooting guards (2.74).
White's rebound total for Monday is interesting. He only averages 4.7 per game this season, but he's cashed this number in three of the last four and gets a Rockets defense allowing the third-most boards to opposing point guards (7.25).
This one's worth a flier between two teams who are both top five in pace.
The fourth-year center's rounding into a solid offensive player. After grading out negatively in offensive box plus/minus in each of his first two seasons, he posted a 1.4 mark en route to an All-Star bid last year. Now, the University of Kentucky product is up to a personal-best 2.8 in 2020-21, leading the club in minutes, points, and rebounds, among other categories.
Adebayo's shooting 56.7% from the field this campaign but has been held under that clip in five of the last seven. He'll likely get back on track against the Thunder, who allow the highest shooting percentage to centers.
Doncic is finally playing to the level we're accustomed to seeing, as he's posted back-to-back 40-plus-point performances, with 10 total threes. Overall, he's second in the NBA in usage rate (36.1%), averaging 29.1 points, 9.4 assists, and 8.7 rebounds per contest. He'll have the hot hand again versus the Grizzlies.
Doncic draws a Memphis defense allowing the third-most assists and ninth-most threes to point guards. With the total climbing past 230, expect some fireworks.
Paul's taken 10 or fewer shots from the floor in two of his last four games after just four instances in his first 24 contests to open the season. Still, the veteran point guard has averaged 18 points per outing over the recent stretch, which is higher than his 17.1 season average.
I wouldn't be surprised if Paul's volume increases Monday. The Trail Blazers are incapable of defending point guards, evident by allowing the NBA's highest shooting mark.
(Odds source: theScore Bet)
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.