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NBA playoff prop bets: Brooklyn Nets Joe Harris props for 6/1/2021

Tuesday’s NBA Playoffs slate features the Brooklyn Nets and plenty of betting action, including lines for Joe Harris prop bets. Harris has an over/under of 12.5 points in Tuesday’s contest against the Boston Celtics.

Harris finishes with an average of 14.1 points per contest this season, while connecting on 50.4% of his shot attempts. Over just his last five games, he’s averaged 14.8 points in each matchup and has shot 47.5% from the floor.

Game 5 of the First Round series between the Nets and Celtics begins at 7:30 PM ET on Tuesday. Bookmakers have installed the Nets as 12.5-point favorites, while the over/under is set at 233.5 points. Let’s dig into some insights and stats to figure out how Harris will fare in this matchup, especially as it pertains to his betting markets.

Joe Harris prop bets breakdown

  • Points Over/Under: 12.5
  • Over Odds: -118
  • Under Odds: -111
  • Points per game: 14.1

Odds via BetMGM; access USA TODAY Sports’ betting odds for a full list.
Lines last updated at 1:46 PM EST on June 1, 2021.

Joe Harris points insights

  • The 12.5 point total set for Harris on Tuesday is 1.6 fewer points than his season scoring average (14.1).
  • Harris has put up more than 12.5 points 41 times this season (out of 73 total games — 56.2%).
  • Harris’ season-long average points prop bet total, 13.4 points, is 0.7 fewer points than his per-game scoring average.
  • In less than half of his opportunities — 25 of 59 this year (42.4%) — Harris has gone over his point total.
  • Less than half of the time — 49.3% of his matchups this year — Harris has hit the over on his season-long average point total of 13.4 points (in 36 of his 73 games).
  • Opponents of the Celtics have scored 107.3 points per game this season, the 29th-most against any NBA squad.

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Joe Harris rebound insights

  • Harris has collected 3.6 rebounds per game, 0.1 more boards than his prop bet for Tuesday’s game (3.5).
  • In 35 of 73 games this season (47.9%), Harris has snagged more than 3.5 rebounds.
  • The average prop bet over/under Harris has had set for rebounds this year is 3.9. He usually has gone under that number as he has grabbed 3.6 rebounds per game, 0.3 fewer rebounds than his average prop.
  • In just 25 of his 59 chances (42.4%), Harris has gone over his rebounds prop bet total.
  • In just 47.9% of his games (35 out of 73 contests), Harris has outpaced his average rebounds prop bet total (3.9).
  • Teams are collecting 44.3 rebounds per game against the Celtics this season, the 20th-most given up by a squad.

Joe Harris assists insights

  • Harris has averaged 1.9 assists per game this year, 0.4 assists more than his prop bet for the matchup on Tuesday (1.5).
  • Harris has dished out more than 1.5 assists in 40 out of 73 games this season (54.8%).
  • Harris has averaged 0.2 more assists per game than his average assist prop bet over/under of 1.7.
  • Harris has gone over his average assist prop bet total (1.7) in 40 of his 73 contests (54.8%).
  • The Celtics’ opponents are averaging 22.4 assists per game, which is the 29th-most given up by an NBA squad this season.

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