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NBA playoff prop bets: Dallas Mavericks Kristaps Porzingis props for 5/30/2021

The Dallas Mavericks take to the court Sunday for a night of NBA Playoff basketball with some interesting betting options. Let’s focus in on Kristaps Porzingis’ prop bets and lines for his upcoming matchup. The over/under for Porzingis’ points in Sunday’s game against the Los Angeles Clippers is 18.5.

So far this season, Porzingis has recorded an average of 19.7 points and 8.5 rebounds every contest, while over his last five performances, he’s averaging 16.4 points. He’s shooting 47.4% from the floor this season and 46.9% in his last five games.

The Clippers are being picked to win the contest by bookmakers, who list them as 3.5-point favorites, while the over/under is set at 220.5 points. The teams will take to the court on Sunday in Game 4 of their First Round series, starting at 9:30 PM ET. Let’s dig into some insights and stats to figure out how Porzingis will perform in this matchup, especially as it pertains to his betting markets.

Kristaps Porzingis prop bets breakdown

  • Points Over/Under: 18.5
  • Over Odds: -110
  • Under Odds: -125
  • Points per game: 19.7

Odds via BetMGM; access USA TODAY Sports’ betting odds for a full list.
Lines last updated at 1:49 PM EST on May 30, 2021.

Kristaps Porzingis points insights

  • The 18.5 point total set for Porzingis’ game Sunday is 1.2 fewer points than his per-game scoring average.
  • Porzingis has put up more than 18.5 points 27 times this season (out of 46 total games — 58.7%).
  • Porzingis’ season-long average points prop bet total is 1.3 points higher than his per-game scoring average (19.7 points).
  • Less than half of the time — 34.3% of his matchups this year — Porzingis has gone over his point total (12 out of 35 chances).
  • In less than half of his contests — 15 of 46 this year (32.6%) — Porzingis has hit the over on his season average points prop bet total (21).
  • The Clippers’ opponents are scoring 109.9 points per game, which is the 18th-most allowed by an NBA team this season.

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Kristaps Porzingis rebound insights

  • Porzingis’ per-game rebound average of 8.5 is 1.0 more rebound than his prop bet over/under for Sunday’s game (7.5).
  • In 60.9% of his games this year (28 out of 46), Porzingis has pulled down more than 7.5 boards.
  • Porzingis has reeled in 0.4 fewer rebounds (8.5 per game) than his season average prop bet (8.9).
  • Only 45.7% of the time this season (16 out of 35 outings), Porzingis has hit the over on his rebounds prop bet total.
  • In only 21 of his 46 contests (45.7%), Porzingis has gone over his average rebounds prop bet total of 8.9 boards.
  • Teams are averaging 45.3 rebounds per game against the Clippers this season, the 14th-most given up by a team.

Kristaps Porzingis assists insights

  • Porzingis’ season-long assist average — 1.6 per game — is 0.1 assists higher than Sunday’s assist over/under (1.5).
  • Porzingis has dished out more than 1.5 assists in 17 out of 46 games this season (37%).
  • Porzingis’ per-game assist average (1.6) is equal to his average assist prop bet over/under.
  • In just 37% of Porzingis’ contests (17 out of 46) he has dished out more than 1.6 assists (his average assist prop over/under this season).
  • The Clippers’ opponents are dishing out 23.7 assists per game, which is the 22nd-most allowed by an NBA team this season.

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