4 Best Prop Bets for Lakers vs Warriors Game 2
Mike Ortiz reveals his NBA Western Conference Semifinals player prop bets for Lakers at Warriors Game 2, with four best bets.
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Best Lakers vs Warriors Player Prop Bets Today for Game 2 on May 4th Anthony Davis The production of Kevon Looney and how he’s performed for the Warriors on the boards has been a nice story for Golden State this postseason as Looney is averaging 18.3 rebounds over his past six games. But Looney is no match for the Lakers forward Anthony Davis and Davis showed that in game one as he had 30 points, 23 rebounds, 5 assists and 4 blocks, a stat line that only Tim Duncan has recorded in the history of the NBA playoffs. Davis will remain the focal point of the Lakers offense for the remainder of the series as he’s a clear mismatch for anyone on Golden State. Expect a big performance out of him every night and especially on the road in game two. While his points and rebounds would be a normal target area for me, adding in assists is a nice one to target too as the big man will likely pass the ball more than he did this season with the Warriors having no choice but to double and triple team him.
The Pick: Anthony Davis over 42.5 points, assists & rebounds (-120)
Andrew Wiggins When everyone thinks of the Golden State Warriors they think of the splash brothers or Draymond Green as the team’s bully. But the true x-factor and the glue of this Warriors team has been and still is Andrew Wiggins. Outside of Curry, who’s shooting 48 percent from the field this postseason, Wiggins is right behind him at 45.9 percent. While he doesn’t always get the bulk of the shots compared to Thompson or Curry, if the Warriors want to make this a series, they have to start getting Wiggins more looks as he’s one of their most consistent scorers. Even though his stats don’t show it, Wiggins is a good facilitator and can crash the boards even though Looney has been in full control of rebounding. Look for Wiggins to have a big bounce back game to help the Warriors attempt to even this series at one game apiece.
The Pick: Andrew Wiggins over 25.5 points, assists & rebounds (-120)
D’Angelo Russell Despite shooting one of five from three point range in game one, Russell still shot 47.4 percent from the field and had 19 points, 3 rebounds and 6 assists. In the Lakers close out game against the Memphis Grizzlies in game 6, Russell was 12-17 from the field and shot 70.6 percent. Look for Russell to get his fair share of attempts again in game two as he’s been a crucial piece since returning to the Lakers before the trade deadline.
The Pick: D’Angelo Russell over 24.5 points, assists & rebounds (-115)
Stephen Curry It’s no question that the offense of the Warriors runs through Steph Curry. While I expect Wiggins to be more involved offensively in game two, the Warriors will still depend on Curry as he’s been their most consistent scorer this season and postseason. In eight postseason games this year, Curry has had 30 points or more five times. With the other three games scoring 28 points, 29 points and 27 points. With their backs against the wall trailing 0-1 to the Lakers and at home, look for Curry to try and take this game over. Another big Curry night is on the horizon.
The Pick: Stephen Curry over 30.5 points (-125)
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