Boston Celtics vs Miami Heat Top 10 Player props markets available for 2024 NBA Playoffs Game 3 (April 27)

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Boston Celtics vs Miami Heat Game 3 Player props on April 27

The Miami Heat after stunning the NBA and the Boston Celtics with a 111-101 win in Game 2, will be looking to sustain that theme on Saturday. Despite missing Jimmy Butler and Terry Rozier in the first two games, the Heat brought the series to South Beach with the home-court advantage. Miami remains undermanned but is confident that it has enough to grab a 2-1 series lead.

Despite the loss, the money line sees the Celtics getting -425, while the Heat is at +325. Boston remains a -9.5 favorite over Miami’s +9.5 line. The over/under points prop for both teams is set at 202.5.

Team odds aren’t the only line basketball fans can put their money on. They can also explore player props that can spice up their viewing experience.

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Top 10 Player props for Boston Celtics vs Miami Heat, Game 3

No. 10 - Caleb Martin to get Over 1.5 3-pointers (-104)

Caleb Martin just has something extra for the Boston Celtics. He could struggle all season long for the Miami Heat, but when push comes to shove, he delivers for the Miami Heat.

No. 9 - Tyler Herro to go Over - 3.5 3-pointers (-108)

Tyler Herro shot 6-for-11 in Game 2 against the Boston Celtics. Without Jimmy Butler and Terry Rozier, the green light continues to shine for him to launch shots from deep. He's likely hitting over this player's props, considering that the game is in Miami.

No. 8 - Kristaps Porzingis to go Over 1.5 3-pointers (-148)

The undermanned Miami Heat made some gambles in Game 2 against the Boston Celtics. He missed all four of his attempts from deep but isn’t likely to stay there.

No. 7 - Bam Adebayo to go Over 29.5 for Pts+Rbs (-106)

Betting against Bam Adebayo on the Miami Heat’s home floor is just not quite good.

He has been spectacular in the regular season, so he's likely to keep that trend in front of their home fans in the playoffs. He's averaging just north of 30.0 for points and rebounds combined in the series, a figure he will likely keep up.

No. 6 - Jaylen Brown to go Under 28.5 for points and rebounds (-108)

Jaylen Brown wilted against the Miami Heat last year and he is likely on that trend as well.

Caleb Martin outplayed him in Game 2. Brown put up 25 points and eight rebounds in the series but disappeared when the Boston Celtics needed him most.

No. 5 - Jaime Jaquez Jr. to go Over 19.5 for Pts+Rbs (-108)

Miami Heat rookie Jaime Jaquez Jr. is showing he is built for the playoff pressures. Erik Spoelstra has given him an increased role due to the injuries. He's likely getting over 19.5 for points and rebounds.

No. 4 - Jayson Tatum to go Under 26.5 - (-105)

The Miami Heat defense will unquestionably be on Jayson Tatum. They will let others have some open looks but not him. Miami will crowd him and send every available defender on Boston’s All-NBA forward. He isn’t likely going over his point prop.

No. 3 - Kristaps Porzingis to go Under 15.5 points (-105)

The Miami Heat know that the Boston Celtics offense thrives on Kristaps Porzingis hitting his shots. They will contest it and make it uncomfortable for Porzingis to launch his shots.

No. 2 - Nikola Jovic to go Under 7.5 points (-105)

Nikola Jovic is averaging 10.5 PPG in his first playoffs. The Celtics will concede him some shots, but they will not be open. The Serb isn’t likely to go over seven points in Game 3 versus the Boston Celtics.

No 1. Jayson Tatum to go over 26.5 points (-120)

Jayson Tatum is averaging 25.5 in the first two games of the series between the Boston Celtics and Heat. He knows the vitriol thrown against him and might likely put up over his points prop.

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