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Best NBA Player Prop Bets Today: Friday, March 3 Damian Lillard It used to come in stretches, but every time Lillard steps on the court these days, he is 100 percent Dame Time. Lillard, who currently sits third in the NBA in points-per-game with 32.3, will likely pass Luka Doncic and Joel Embiid over the next few games, and there’s no sign of him slowing down. With his backcourt mate Anferee Simons still out due to an ankle injury, Lillard will have to carry the load again on Friday night with his Blazers 1.5 games out of a Western Conference play-in spot.

The Atlanta Hawks can score, too, as their 116.9 points-per-game average ranks sixth in the NBA. Lillard will have to go for about 40 to 50 points if he wants to keep the Blazers in this game. Dame Time, anyone? Sign me up, please.

The Pick: Damian Lillard over 36.5 points (-110)
Kevin Durant Kevin Durant will remain on a minutes restriction on Friday night since he’s still recovering from a sprained knee. In his Phoenix Suns debut on Wednesday, Durant scored 23 points on 10-for-15 shooting -- including going 2-for-4 from 3-point range in just 27 minutes of playing time.

While Durant is known for his midrange and can get to the basket with ease, he’s still coming back from injury and adjusting to a new system. I think his over for 3-pointers in this game is just a bingo-free play. The Chicago Bulls are allowing the fifth-most 3-point attempts in the NBA this season, and with Durant still looking to get back to 100 percent, I can see him shooting more than driving in this one.

The Pick: Kevin Durant over 1.5 three-pointers (-110)
Ja Morant The second-place Memphis Grizzlies currently sit five games behind the Western Conference-leading Denver Nuggets, and it’s likely they won’t catch Denver. This is the regular season’s last Grizzlies-Nuggets matchup, and you better believe that Memphis will try to make a statement on Friday night.

The Grizzlies have had their struggles against Western Conference teams this season, and they’ve certainly heard about it. Expect a big game from Morant on Friday night, as he’ll look to carry this young Memphis team to the upset victory.

In 38 minutes of playing time, Morant had 35 points, one rebound, and 10 assists in a 105-91 loss at Denver on Dec. 20. When the Grizzlies avenged that defeat at home last weekend, Morant scored 23 points to go with seven rebounds and four assists despite playing just 24 minutes in Memphis’ 112-94 win. I expect this matchup to be a lot closer on Friday night, and if Morant reaches 30-plus minutes, he’ll certainly exceed his over.  
The Pick: Ja Morant over 42.5 points, assists and rebounds (-110)
Anthony Davis The big man is back on campus. After missing a game with a foot injury -- likely just a load-management game -- Davis returns to the Lakers’ lineup and will look to lead Los Angeles to victory on Friday night. A win on Friday might get the Lakers into a play-in spot, depending on what the New Orleans Pelicans do against the Golden State Warriors.

Either way, the Lakers will need a big game on Friday night and more big games from Davis going forward. He’ll have to carry the load with LeBron James sidelined for a few weeks with his foot injury. That shouldn’t be a problem for the big man, who’s averaging 25.8 points and 12.6 rebounds per game this season.

The Timberwolves allow the 14th most points in the paint this season, and it won’t get any easier for them when they try to stop Davis. As for rebounding, the Timberwolves allow opponents the fourth-most rebounds of any NBA team. That’s not good news for them, because Davis has averaged 14.4 rebounds over his last 10 games. Davis will have a monster night as he tries to push his Lakers into the postseason.

The Pick: Anthony Davis over 40.5 points and rebounds (-135)