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The NBA has four games on tonight's slate. Handicapper Jason Radowitz gives us three of his best NBA player props for Tuesday.

NBA Player Prop Picks for Tuesday: Kristaps Porzingis, Chris Paul, and More

It's a small slate in the NBA tonight, with just four games on the schedule. However, we have a TNT doubleheader with a couple of intriguing matchups. I've looked through all of the NBA player props and found my favorite.

Here are three prop bets to consider for tonight's NBA slate.

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Best NBA Player Props for Tuesday, October 25

Kristaps Porzingis Over 8.5 Rebounds: -113) (Bet $100 to collect $189) -- Click here for the best odds, available at Caesars

Porzingis has two games with 10 and 11 rebounds, but then one game where he collected just three rebounds. In that game where he had just three rebounds, Porzingis fouled out against the Bulls and played just 29 minutes. He was never able to get in a rhythm due to his fouls. But as long as he limits the fouls and stays on the floor for over 30 minutes, he should be able to achieve nine rebounds against the Pistons tonight.

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Chris Paul Over 9.5 Assists: +106 (Bet $100 to collect $206) -- Click here for the best odds, available at DraftKings

Paul has averaged 10.7 assists per game this season. He's shot so poorly to begin the year that he has to start passing. In three games this season, he's got nine, 12, and 11 assists per game. He's also limited turnovers to just two per game. The Phoenix offense hasn't been as good as last year. Paul hasn't helped, shooting 32.1% from the field this year. Look for Paul to distribute even more in tonight's game.

Kevon Looney Under 2.5 Assists: -104 (Bet $100 to collect $196) -- Click here for the best odds, available at DraftKings

I'm not buying the Kevon Looney assists. He added four against Denver and six against the Kings. Last year, you'd get lucky if he had two assists in the game. Looking back, he averaged just two assists per game. I don't see his average up ticking this season to three. Knowing how much the Suns have fouled to begin the year, the Warriors will end up scoring a large portion of their points from the line without any assists.

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Jason grew up an avid sports fan. His passion for sports writing grew in high school and he developed a blog that was strictly for New York Sports. From his work, you will quickly realize that he loves looking at games from an analytical and numbers perspective and hopes to provide you with that same perspective in his articles.


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