Boston Celtics vs Indiana Pacers Top 10 Player props markets available for 2024 NBA Playoffs Game 4 (May 27)

NBA: Playoffs-Indiana Pacers at Boston Celtics
NBA: Playoffs-Indiana Pacers at Boston Celtics

The Boston Celtics looked to bring out the broom on Monday against the reeling Indiana Pacers. Boston crawled out of an 18-point deficit behind Jrue Holiday’s late-game heroics on both sides of the ball to win Game 3 114-111. The Celtics vowed to face an even tougher test as they try to send home the hosts.

Tyrese Haliburton’s presence will be important, but the Pacers have proven they could compete without the All-NBA guard. Regardless of his availability, they will have to compete like they’ve never done before to try and extend the series.

The moneyline for the Boston Celtics is -300 while it is +240 for the Indiana Pacers.

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Boston is a -7.5 favorite, making Indy a +7.5 underdog. Team odds, though, aren’t the only line fans can put their money on. There are also player props that could interest them to make their viewing even more exciting.

Top 10 player props for Boston Celtics vs Indiana Pacers, Game 4

No. 10 - T.J. McConnell to go Over 0.5 3-pointers (-105)

T.J. McConnell was unfazed and showed guts in Game 3 that basketball fans probably did not expect from the Indiana Pacers backup guard.

McConnell’s shooting will be badly needed to avoid a sweep against the Boston Celtics. After a superb performance two nights ago, he could be back for more and top this player prop.

No. 9 - Jaylen Brown to go Over 1.5 3-pointers (-150)

Brown is averaging two 3-pointers in the Celtics-Pacers series. He will be closely guarded but he will have more than his fair share of opportunities to get more than one triple on Monday.

No. 8 - Myles Turner to go Over 1.5 3-pointers (-125)

Myles Turner missed all three of his long-range shots against the Boston Celtics in Game 3. Before that rough shooting night, he went a combined 5-for-8 in the first two games. Like Brown, the Indiana Pacers' big man will get some daylight to jack up shots.

No. 7 - Al Horford to go Over 1.5 (-180) for blocks + steals

The Pacers have been trying to put Al Horford in pick-and-roll situations and attack from there.

Indiana has had success but there have been occasions the veteran more than held up. As he will be tested again, he will have opportunities to top this player prop on Monday.

No. 6 - Jrue Holiday to go Over 1.5 for blocks and steals (-179)

Jrue Holiday is averaging 2.0 steals per game against the Indiana Pacers, the biggest of which came versus Andrew Nembhard late in Game 3.

The Boston Celtics’ defensive ace will again have his hands full trying to guard Indiana’s aggressive and wily guards. Betting over seems to be the more logical choice.

No. 5 - Pascal Siakam to go Over 11.5 for rebounds and assists (+105)

Pascal Siakam is putting up 6.7 rebounds and 5.0 assists for the Indiana Pacers in the ECF against the Boston Celtics.

“Spicy P” will need to help crash the boards and lend a hand in facilitating the offense. In a must-win situation, he's likely getting over 11 rebounds and assists combined.

No. 4 - T.J. McConnell to go Over 14.5 points (-103)

McConnell had his best playoff performance in Game 3, finishing with a 23-point, nine-rebound and six-assist night. He may not have another big-scoring night, but Indiana’s desperation will likely earn him more than 14 points on Monday.

No. 3 - Derrick White to go Under 15.5 points (-105)

Derrick White’s burden on defense may stop him from getting over 15 points in Game 4.

He's usually asked to guard Pascal Siakam or Myles Turner when the Indiana Pacers force a switch. The All-NBA Defensive team guard will continue to play that part and probably not top his points prop.

No. 2 - Andrew Nembhard to go Over 16.5 points (-106)

Andrew Nembhard had the best game of his career two nights ago in the Indiana Pacers’ sorry Game 3 loss to the Boston Celtics.

If Haliburton plays, he isn’t likely to get 30 points again, but he has a big chance of topping 16 points. The Pacers need him to be aggressive in attacking Boston’s defense.

No. 1 Jayson Tatum to go Over 29.5 points (-120)

Tatum has scored 36, 23 and 36 points respectively for the Celtics in the ECF versus the Pacers.

He remains the focal point of Indiana’s defense but he has been able to usually get his points. “JT” has had some big games closing out opponents and might have another one in him on Monday.

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