NBA Tips For Tonight: Best Prop Bets For Players To Consider For Wednesday October 20th

NBA action for the 2021-22 season continues with 11 games on Wednesday. That means plenty of options for potential bettors when it comes to player props. Here’s a look at three players who are putting up some of the best Wednesday performances.

Zach LaVine, over 24.5 points (-115)

The Chicago Bulls took some big strides during the off-season, revamping the roster to vie for a playoff spot. However, LaVine remains the central figure of an aspiring team. He is aiming for a contract extension after the season and should immediately return to his sure-footed paths against the Pistons.

Julius Randle, over 8.5 rebounds (-125)

Randle comes from a season in which he averaged 10.2 rebounds per contest. Celtic’s Big Man Al Horford has already been excluded. While Robert Williams is a tough challenge inside, Randle is good enough to pull down at least nine boards. In three games against Boston last season, the striker averaged 9.3 rebounds per game.

Spencer Dinwiddie, over 15.5 points (-120)

Dinwiddie was the big off-season addition to the Washington Wizards, taking on point guard for the late Russell Westbrook. He is expected to work well with Bradley Beal, who is a free agent at the end of the season. Dinwiddie was supposed to get off to a quick start against Raptors to show he was worth the risk for Washington.

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