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Looking for NBA prop picks for the Pacers vs. Celtics Game 2? Jason Radowitz provides his best NBA prop bets for Thursday's game. Tail these Pacers vs. Celtics Game 2 player prop picks.

Best NBA Prop Picks: Lock In This Expert's Best NBA Prop Bets for Thursday

We finished with another profitable day in the NBA last night! Let's keep it moving with another three NBA player props for tonight's Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Finals.

May 23 Best NBA Player Props

Jrue Holiday Over 13.5 Points (-121) Click here to see which sportsbook has the best odds

I'm going to buy in on Jrue Holiday. Holiday added 28 points after shooting 10-for-16 from the field. He also hit 4-for-8 from three and added four foul shots in Game 1.

Holiday looked comfortable playing fast and almost notched a triple-double. While he's the forgotten man in Boston, Holiday still has a lot to give.

That said, Holiday has added at least 16 points in three of his last four games. In the game without 16 points, he scored 13 after attempting only nine shots. Tonight's game has a total of 224.5. There should be plenty of scoring.

Holiday will contribute.

Jayson Tatum Over 10.5 Rebounds (+102) Click here to see which sportsbook has the best odds

Jayson Tatum has added at least 11 rebounds in three of his last four games. Although Tatum hasn't been efficient from the field throughout the playoffs, he's been consistent on the glass.

With Indiana's fast pace of play, Tatum and the rest of the Celtics should get more opportunities to haul in more rebounds. Although Indiana out-rebounded the Celtics in Game 1, Boston should ultimately end up out-rebounding the Pacers in this series.

Tatum has already earned at least 11 rebounds in seven of 11 playoff games. That's more than 50%, but we're getting his odds at +102 right now.

Andrew Nembhard Under 18.5 Points + Rebounds + Assists (-110) Click here to see which sportsbook has the best odds

Andrew Nembhard added 12 points with seven assists and three rebounds in Game 1 against the Celtics. Clearly, his Game 1 numbers went Over this prop.

However, despite playing 35 minutes, he only took ten shots. Since the series against the Knicks, Nembhard hasn't attempted more than ten shots in seven of his last eight games.

In Game 1, he pulled up for a couple of difficult two-point jumpers that went in. But those are such low-percentage shots. I'd love to see him take those again.

Don't expect Nembhard to be efficient on the glass in Game 2. I'd also expect the Pacers to finally regress offensively against Boston on the road, which will hurt his assist numbers.

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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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