NBA Tuesday player props: Fade Paul George's 3-point total
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Devin Booker hit his rebound prop, Dillon Brooks and Brandon Ingram cashed their 3-point totals, and Donovan Mitchell was held under his assist total en route to a perfect 4-0 night on our picks Monday.

Let's keep the good times rolling. Here are the top five bets for Tuesday's seven-game slate.

Paul George under 2.5 made threes

The Pacers' defense quietly ranks sixth in the NBA in 3-point makes per game (11.6) and is giving up a paltry 7.3 over the last three.

That run won't last forever, but we'll ride Indiana's hot perimeter defense here against George, who's been limited to two or fewer made threes in seven of his previous nine outings.

Domantas Sabonis under 11.5 rebounds

Same game, another under.

Sabonis' rebound totals aren't for the faint of heart. He's averaging 11.5 this season and has reached double digits in seven straight starts. However, there's enough cushion here to take the under.

Sabonis and Co. draw the Clippers, who allow the fourth-fewest rebounds per game to centers (13.4) and the fewest per game (47.7) overall.

Devin Booker under 4.5 rebounds

Monday was a great spot to play Booker's rebound total over. The Rockets allow the most boards per game (56.6) and the fifth-most to shooting guards this season (6.8). Tuesday's game against the Heat? Not so much.

Miami surrenders the sixth-fewest rebounds per game (6.1) to shooting guards, and Booker hasn't necessarily been hot in this department - he's collected five or more in just three of his last eight starts.

Markieff Morris over 1.5 assists

Morris' assist total is one I can get behind. He's only averaging 1.1 with the Lakers this season, but he's recorded more than one in four of the last seven and is fresh off a four-assist night against the stingy Knicks.

If he can pull that off, he should have no problem against the Hornets: They concede the most assists per game to power forwards (4.7).

Robert Covington under 5.5 rebounds

The Celtics rank in the top 10 league-wide in total rebounds allowed and have given up just 47 per game over the last three. Covington's gone under this number in three straight despite playing 32 minutes or more each time. He in particular has a tough matchup against a Boston defense surrendering 9.1 rebounds to power forwards, the third-lowest clip in the league.

Alex Kolodziej is a betting writer for theScore. He can quote every line from "Rounders" and appreciates franchises that regularly wear alternate jerseys. Find him on Twitter @AJKolodziej.

NBA Tuesday player props: Fade Paul George's 3-point total
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