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Golden State Warriors vs Boston Celtics Prop Picks (PrizePicks)

We’ve caught a bit of fire, as we’re coming off of another MLB Monkey Knife Fight win last night. Justin Verlander easily surpassed his strikeout total, while Chris Flexen stayed well under his. It was an easy, sweat-free win, which is always the best type of prop win. We’re shifting off of MLB tonight for Game 3 of the NBA Finals. In this article, you’ll find the SPF Predictor’s favorite bet for the Golden State Warriors vs Boston Celtics game.

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2/2 Power Play – Golden State Warriors vs Boston Celtics

Robert Williams over 5.5 points

Williams has dealt with plenty of ups and downs throughout the playoffs. He’s struggled with injuries, and he’s consistently listed as questionable for the Boston Celtics. With that being said, he’s fully expected to suit up once again tonight.

His points have fluctuated a bit with his minutes in recent games. He’s scored 6+ points in 4 of his last 6 games. He played 15 or fewer minutes in both of the games that he failed to reach this total. Overall, the Boston big man’s scored 6+ points in 8 of his last 11 contests.

Williams isn’t a dominant scorer by any means, but he takes high percentage shots. He isn’t going to miss often, and this play almost fully depends on volume. Williams is averaging 6.3 points per game against Golden State throughout the season (4 games), and we could see him get back on track tonight.

He’s easily the SPF Predictor’s favorite play on PrizePicks, as his project is 54% higher than the line is currently set.

Andrew Wiggins over 5.5 rebounds

Wiggins is in such an interesting spot. In recent games, he’s either going well over this total or just under. To show that, he’s hit the over in 4 of his last 8 games. Over that span, he’s averaging 7.3 rebounds per game. He posted 5+ rebounds in each of those 8 games, while also posting double-digit rebounds in 3 of those games.

Wiggins is averaging 5.7 rebounds per game against Boston this season (3 games). He’s also grabbed 5 and 6 rebounds in the first two games of this series.

We should continue to Wiggins find success, specifically with rebounding, and the SPF Predictor has him projected nearly 2 rebounds higher than what his total is set at on PrizePicks.

Bet Robert Williams over 5.5 points and Andrew Wiggins over 5.5 rebounds to win 3x

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