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NBA Player Prop Bets Today for Friday, November 24, 2023

At some point in the years ahead, Steph Curry is going to retire and take every career 3-point record along with him as he figures out what to do with the rest of his life. However, that retirement is still a long ways away based on what we have seen from him this season.

No, the Golden State Warriors are not playing like an elite team, but any veteran NBA observer knows that players and coaches with a lot of tread on their tires treat the NBA regular season as a necessary evil that allows them to go for the real goal once springtime arrives.

Curry and the Warriors have played in the NBA Finals in six of the past nine years, and they are going to be a tough out for somebody in the postseason for one reason above all others: Curry has lost nothing off his game. On Monday night, he became the first NBA player to make at least four 3-pointers in the first 13 games of a season.

That streak ended Wednesday when he went 1-for-8 from deep in a loss to the Phoenix Suns, and Golden State will take a 7-9 record into Friday night’s game against the San Antonio Spurs.

The last time Curry made just one 3-pointer in a game was March 16, 2022, when he played only 14 minutes in a meaningless regular-season finale against the Boston Celtics. He also went 0-for-9 from 3-point range in the NBA Finals that spring, but you get the picture: Curry being off-target from long range is a rarity.

So, with that as our jumping off thought, let’s have a look at four of the best player props we could find out there for Friday night’s slate of NBA games.

Best Spurs vs. Warriors Player-Prop Bet

Steph Curry, 40+ points

The oddsmakers have made it too tough to wager on Steph Curry’s 3-pointers. He is +110 to make six or more, and just +210 to make seven or more. So, if we go ahead and assume that he is going to make a whole bunch of them, the next logical step is to find a wager that would make his great shooting pay off for us. Curry has had two 40-point games this season but he has not had one since Oct. 30. He is overdue, and Friday night’s Warriors game against Wemby and the Spurs will be televised on ESPN. We like him to remind the tall rookie -- and everyone else -- that the NBA is still ruled by its elders.

The Pick: Steph Curry to score 40 or more points (+600)  

Best Nuggets vs Rockets Player-Prop Bet

Alperen Şengün, 25+ points

The second-year center from Turkey followed up his best game of the season -- 30 points and 13 rebounds against Golden State -- with an absolute dud of a game against Memphis. Alperen Şengün scored a season-low 11 points against a Grizzlies team dealing with significant injury issues. On Friday night, he goes up against another fairly decent European center in Nikola Jokic, and these Europeans tend to go a little harder against someone from their own continent. Şengün is going to be a beast in the NBA for a long time. He is also playing against a Denver team that is road-weary.

The Pick: Alperen Şengün to score 25 or more points (+600)

Best Pelicans vs. Clippers Player-Prop Bet

James Harden, 12+ assists

Ever since Russell Westbrook was moved out of the Clippers’ starting lineup, James Harden has been playing better for his new team, even though the Clips were fooling themselves when they envisioned a starting five with two ball-dominant guards working effectively. Harden’s assist totals in the past two games have been 10 and 9, and he is due to go for a dozen or more. Last season, he did it 23 times.

The Pick: James Harden to have 12 or more assists (+650)

Best Wizards vs. Bucks Player-Prop Bet

Malik Beasley, 15+ points

Most of the offseason attention surrounding the Bucks related to their acquisition of Damian Lillard, who had played his entire career in Portland and was a seven-time All-Star and former Rookie of the Year. Lillard is known for his long-distance shooting, but so is another one of Milwaukee’s offseason additions, Malik Beasley, who made 235 3-pointers for the Jazz and Lakers. Beasley is off to a slow start this season, and the hunch here is that head coach Adrian Griffin will try to feed him the ball more often against a weak opponent to help boost his confidence.

The Pick: Malik Beasley to score 15 or more points (+400)

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