NBA Player Prop Bets: Fred VanVleet, Honorary Splash Bro

Jan 27, 2023
NBA Player Prop Bets (January 27, 2023)

The last week of January comes to a close with an unusually small NBA slate for a Friday, as we only have five games on the slate. Despite the low number of games, we have a slate full of superstars and injury implications, so there will be no shortage of player props to bet on. My three favorite props for the slate are outlined below.

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Today’s NBA Player Prop Bets (January 27, 2023)

Fred VanVleet Over 19.5 Points (-119 at Caesars)

The Raptors have been an underwhelming team this season with Fred VanVleet being underwhelming in his own right, but Friday presents him with a great opportunity to improve his overall disappointing play and build on a recent stretch of good play.

Speaking of this stretch, over his last five games, VanVleet has averaged 28.4 points on 19.8 shots per game, shooting a remarkable 43.8% from three over this span. Coming into Friday in such good form, an impending matchup with the defending champs looks like a great opportunity to continue this stretch.

On the season, the Warriors have allowed 118.0 total points per game, ranking 27th out of the 30 NBA teams, while ranking bottom-10 in three-pointers allowed per game (23rd, 13.0) and also allowing the most free throws per game (26.5). He should get to tee off against a weak defensive backcourt in Steph Curry and Jordan Poole while Draymond Green is focused on Pascal Siakam, which should open up VanVleet even more on the offensive end.

In a game with a rising total and a tight spread (five points), VanVleet should see a ton of volume in a pace-up spot, catering to the over.

Risk: 1.19 units on Caesars to win 1 unit.

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