The Toronto Raptors are 1-0 since the OG Anunoby trade, and they saw solid contributions from both Immanuel Quickley and RJ Barrett on Monday night against Cleveland.
Why not take a stab at betting on both players in the prop market on Wednesday?
Plus, there is a prop for Ja Morant that is worth taking advantage of – even for Raps fans.
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Let’s break down my favorite prop picks for this game:
Raptors vs. Grizzlies best NBA prop bets
- Immanuel Quickley OVER 15.5 points
- Ja Morant OVER 7.5 assists
- RJ Barrett OVER 4.5 rebounds
Immanuel Quickley OVER 15.5 points
Immanuel Quickley played a big role for Toronto in his first game, getting the start over Dennis Schroder and playing nearly 29 minutes even though he was in foul trouble in the first half (four fouls in the second quarter).
Quickley took 13 shots, shooting 5-for-13 from the field, 2-for-5 from 3 and 2-for-3 from the line.
He’s averaging 15.0 points per game, and now his role is expanding in a big way on this Toronto team. I expect Quickley’s minutes to rise if he can avoid fouls, and he should push around his season average. He’s worth a shot to go OVER in a feature role.
This may be one of the few chances we get Quickley at this number if he explodes in Toronto.
Ja Morant OVER 7.5 assists
Ja Morant has been back for seven games, and he has at least eight assists in five of them, averaging 8.1 dimes per game on the season.
Toronto ranks 23rd in the NBA in opponent assists per game, and Morant has double-digit dimes in three of his last five games.
He’s a solid bet to clear this prop on Wednesday.
RJ Barrett OVER 4.5 rebounds
RJ Barrett had nine rebounds in his Raptors debut, and he could be in line for a bigger role on the glass with his new team.
After playing with the Knicks (No. 1 in the NBA in rebounding percentage), Barrett now joins a Raps team that is just 13th in that category and doesn’t have Mitchell Robinson, Isaiah Hartenstein and Julius Randle gobbling up boards.
I think Barrett could make his presence felt on the glass with his new team. He’s worth a shot to go OVER 4.5 boards, a number he’s cleared seven times in his last eight games.
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