LA Clippers vs Dallas Mavericks Top 10 Player props markets available for 2024 NBA Playoffs Game 4 (April 28)

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LA Clippers vs Dallas Mavericks player props for Game 4 on April 28

After a testy Game 3 showdown that resulted in two ejections, the LA Clippers and the Dallas Mavericks will collide again on Sunday. The Mavericks earned a hard-fought 101-90 victory in a game that was chippy throughout. Dallas leaned on defense, like they did in LA to grab a 2-1 series lead.

The Clippers’ task will only get more difficult if Kawhi Leonard is unable to play. “The Claw” looked out of sorts in Game 3 as his right knee clearly bothered him. The moneyline for LA is +190, likely due to the uncertainty of Leonard’s status, while it’s -230 for Dallas.

The LA Clippers are +6.0 underdogs, conversely making the Dallas Mavericks -6.0 favorites. Team odds aren’t the only betting lines available on Sunday. There are also player props that can help spice up the viewing experience of some.

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Top 10 Player props for LA Clippers vs Dallas Mavericks, Game 4

No. 10 - James Harden to go Under 3.5 3-pointers (+135)

James Harden is averaging 4.3 3-pointers for the LA Clippers against the Dallas Mavericks. But, Luka Doncic was so pissed up with his team’s coverage of Harden in the previous game that the Mavericks will likely adjust. The hosts could hold “The Beard” to not more than three triples on Sunday.

No. 9 - Kyrie Irving to go Under 3.5 3-pointers (-150)

“Uncle Drew” has been content to jack up shots from deep from kickouts. He hasn’t forced anything from beyond the arc in the series. Irving is likely to get his average and not get more than 3 3-pointers in Game 4.

No. 8 - Luka Doncic to go Over 4.5 3-pointers (-113)

“Luka Legend” has been very aggressive hoisting up 3-pointers for the Dallas Mavericks. So far, the LA Clippers' defense has held up, limiting him to four makes out of roughly 13 attempts per game. That might change in Game 4 and besides, betting against Doncic isn’t always sensible.

No. 7 - James Harden to go Under 12.5 for Rebs+Asts (-102)

James Harden is averaging 10.3 rebounds and assists combined in the series. “The Beard” has been asked to orchestrate his team’s offense but hasn’t been spending much energy crashing the boards. He is unlikely to get over this prop on Sunday.

No. 6 - Paul George to go Over 1.5 for Stls+Blks (-155)

Foul trouble limited Paul George’s impact on defense for the LA Clippers against the Dallas Mavericks in Game 3. “Playoff P” should be able to adjust to the calls and submit any combination of blocks and steals over 1.5.

No. 5 - Dereck Lively II to go Over 1.5 for Stls and Blks (-152)

The Dallas Mavericks’ defense intensifies when the rookie is on the floor. Dereck Lively II’s activity, hustle and nose for the ball often allow him to tally over 1.5 for blocks and steals. He will get his share to go over this prop on Sunday.

No. 4 - Ivica Zubac to go Over 9.5 rebounds (-122)

Ivica Zubac averaged 13.5 rebounds in the first two games of the series for the LA Clippers before submitting just eight in Game 3. The big Croat should know how invaluable his rebounding is for his team to try and even the series. He is likely snaring more than nine rebounds in Game 4.

No. 3 - Kyrie Irving to go Over 23.5 points (-125)

After dropping 31 points in Game 1, Kyrie Irving has not scored over 23 points in the last two games. He could be due for another big scoring night as the Dallas Mavericks try to take a 3-1 series edge against the LA Clippers.

No. 2 - Paul George to go Over 20.5 points (-108)

Paul George was pissed off that he could only contribute seven points in Game 3 due to foul trouble. The All-Star forward will likely vent his frustrations on the Dallas Mavericks in Game 4 and top 20 points on Sunday.

No. 1 - Luka Doncic to go Over 32.5 points (-122)

Like Paul George, Luka Doncic had a rough-shooting night, hitting just 7-for-25 shots for 22 points. The Slovenian isn’t likely to have another night of less than 32 points for the Dallas Mavericks versus the LA Clippers.

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