Best NBA prop bets today for Clippers vs. Kings (Norman Powell undervalued on Wednesday)

Norman Powell has been hitting his 3-point prop with relative ease lately. Here's why he's a value against the Kings.

LA Clippers guard Norman Powell.
LA Clippers guard Norman Powell. / Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports
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The Los Angeles Clippers are taking on the Sacramento Kings on Wednesday after the Kings pulled off a thrilling comeback win against the Golden State Warriors in the NBA’s In-Season Tournament Group Play last night. 

Can Sacramento follow that up with a strong performance tonight?

Given the Clippers’ struggles with James Harden, I’m focusing on the prop market for my best bets in this game.

Here are a few plays to consider wagering on for Clippers vs. Kings: 

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Clippers vs. Kings best NBA prop bets

  • Russell Westbrook OVER 20.5 points, rebounds and assists
  • Norman Powell OVER 1.5 3-pointers made

Russell Westbrook OVER 20.5 points, rebounds and assists

With Harden in the fold in Los Angeles, Russell Westbrook has been forced to take a bit of a step back in the offense. 

Yet, he’s cleared this prop in six of his last 10 games including two straight strong performances. 

Russell Westbrook Last Two Games

  • vs. Denver: 14 points (5-of-9 FG), 11 rebounds, three assists
  • vs. Dallas: 14 points (6-of-9 FG), eight rebounds, seven assists

This may not be the norm for Russ going forward, but he is still averaging 12.3 points, 6.5 rebounds and 5.2 assists per game. If he can score 10 or more points, he’s going to have a really good shot at clearing this prop. 

I think he can do that against a Kings team playing the second night of a back-to-back, especially since they rank No. 17 in defense and No. 13 in pace. 

Norman Powell OVER 1.5 3-pointers made

Norman Powell has hit multiple shots from beyond the arc in seven of his last nine games, and he’s done it with great efficiency, shooting 46.4 percent from 3 on the season. 

I would love to see Powell get more volume, but he poured in three made shots from deep in back-to-back games before a 1-for-5 showing in the team's loss to Denver on Monday. 

I expect Powell to return to that form on Wednesday against a Kings team that ranks 23rd in the NBA in opponent 3-point percentage.


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