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Best NBA Player Props Tonight: Anthony Davis, Devin Booker, Shai Gilgeous-Alexander

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Los Angeles Lakers star Anthony Davis

The 2022-2023 NBA season continues on Saturday, November 26th, with eight teams scheduled to play. Take a look at three strong player props for tonight's action, featuring Anthony Davis, Devin Booker, and Shai Gilgeous-Alexander.


NBA Player Prop #1: Anthony Davis Over 12.5 Rebounds (-105)

Anthony Davis has been dominant so far this season. The Los Angeles Lakers star is averaging 26.3 points per game, 12.8 rebounds per game, 2.5 assists per game, 1.6 steals per game, and 2.2 blocks per game while shooting 57.0% from the field and 82.5% from the free-throw line. Over his past five games, in which he has led the Lakers to four wins, Davis has averaged 33.4 points per game, 17.6 rebounds per game, 2.4 assists per game, 2.0 steals per game, and 2.6 blocks per game while shooting 64.4% from the field and 89.5% from the free-throw line.

In two games against the San Antonio Spurs, Davis has grabbed 18 and 15 rebounds. Look for the eight-time All-Star to continue his dominance on the boards by grabbing at least 13 rebounds.


NBA Player Prop #2: Devin Booker Over 27.5 Points (-105)

Devin Booker remains among the best scorers in basketball. The Phoenix Suns star is averaging 27.1 points per game while shooting 47.3% from the field, 37.4% from three-point range, and 86.7% from the free-throw line. In his lone meeting with the Utah Jazz, and their bottom-ten defense, Booker erupted for 49 points in what has been his best performance of the season. The three-time All-Star will now get the opportunity to face the Jazz in front of his home crowd. While he may not be able to replicate his strong performance to that level, look for Booker to finish with at least 28 points.


NBA Player Prop #3: Shai Gilgeous-Alexander Over 30.5 Points (-115)

Shai Gilgeous-Alexander may be on his way to winning the NBA's Most Improved Player of the Year. The Oklahoma City Thunder star had never averaged more than 24.5 points per game entering this season. He is currently tied for third in the NBA, averaging 31.0 points per game. Furthermore, he is shooting 51.2% from the field, 35.8% from three-point range, and 91.9% from the free-throw line. Gilgeous-Alexander has also been very consistent this season, scoring at least 30 points in 13 of his 18 games played. Look for Gilgeous-Alexander to take advantage of a Houston Rockets defense that has been awful all season by scoring at least 31 points.

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Edited by Lucas Abrenica