Following Wednesday's six-game slate, the board opens up Thursday with a whopping nine.
Here are the five top player props on our radar.
Phoenix doesn't let up an inch. The unit is top four in assists allowed per game to four separate positions on the court, but the best player to fade is McCollum.
The Suns only give up 4.2 assists to shooting guards per contest - the third-best mark in basketball - and McCollum has been held under this total in three of his last four starts.
Murray's averaged 18.3 points over his last four games for the Spurs, but I'm not buying the hot streak; three of those came against bottom-six defenses in points per game allowed to point guards (Trail Blazers, Bucks, Kings).
Thursday's clash against the Knicks is a serious step up in competition.
New York hasn't budged against opposing point guards this season, surrendering a league-low 21.3 points per outing. The position's also shooting just 41.9% from the floor versus the Knicks, the third-worst clip in basketball.
Whereas Detroit flourishes against small forwards - top eight in points, 3-pointers, and shooting percentage allowed over the last 15 - the Nuggets can't stop them. This season, Denver's giving up 22.6 points and three made triples per game on an overall 47.8% shooting clip, which all rank bottom eight.
The Hornets give up the most 3-pointers per game to shooting guards this season (4.1), but I'm still fading George in this spot. The Clippers star has been held to three or fewer makes in nine consecutive.
Thursday's total for the 30-year-old seems awfully low, considering the opponent. The T-Wolves enter the night No. 27 in defensive efficiency and are bottom 10 in points, rebounds, assists, and 3-point makes to point guards this season.
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.