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Handicapper Stuart Durst gives his favorite NBA Player Prop picks for Monday's Game 5 NBA Finals action between the Golden State Warriors and the Boston Celtics. He has his eyes on Robert Williams, Kevon Looney, and Steph Curry.

Celtics vs. Warriors Game 5 Prop Picks: Build Around Robert Williams, Kevon Looney, Steph Curry

Warriors vs. Celtics Game 5 Start Time, Where to Watch, and Odds

Date: June 13, 2022

When: 9:00 PM ET

Where to Watch: ABC

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Golden State Warriors vs. Boston Celtics Game 5 Player Props

Robert Williams 2+ Blocks/Kevon Looney 2+ 1Q Rebounds -125 (Bet $125 to win $100)

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Going heavy on a player like Robert Williams (who has struggled with injuries all postseason) definitely has some risk, but I’m willing to gamble on it today. Williams has played 26 and 31 minutes in back-to-back games, and with only three playoff games remaining, I have to imagine he’s gonna power through as much as possible. In nine playoff games with 20+ minutes, Timelord has a 100% success rate getting 2+ blocks, I’m expecting another impressive defensive performance. 

As for Looney 2+ 1Q rebounds, that's been as consistent as you can get. Looney threw a loop in our plans by not starting the last game, but I think that affects his scoring a bit more than his rebounding. I’m expecting Looney to be back in the starting lineup, and will likely go back to points. He's 10/10 at 2+ rebounds since becoming a starter, and 9/10 at 3+. While he didn't start the last game, he still cashed this rebound number very easily. Rebounding will be a priority for this Warriors team after what happened last game. 

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Robert Williams 6+ Rebounds/Stephen Curry 4+ AST & 1+ 1Q Rebound -140 (Bet $140 to win $100)

The Williams' leg is very simple, he’s absolutely dominated on the boards over the last two games grabbing 10 and 12. The Warriors will adjust but they simply don't have the personnel necessary to slow him down. Six rebounds is incredibly low, and I'll take advantage of that number for what is likely the last day it will ever be an option.

Curry has 4+ assists in 19 of 20 playoff games and after some incredible scoring performances and should be the primary focus of the Boston defense. Curry has shown he can hit this number even when scoring 30+ points, four assists is very attainable. Lastly, we have 1+ 1Q rebound, Curry is averaging over two rebounds per 1Q and has hit this in 13 of his last 14 playoff games. He has 2+ in eight of his last nine and should continue to play the full first quarter.

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Stuart Durst, also known as @MonotoneFootbal on Twitter, is a writer and sports bettor specializing in the NFL, NBA and CFB. When he’s not writing for OddsChecker, he enjoys playing basketball and talking player props with his community.


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