Best NBA prop bets today for Clippers vs. Pacers (How to bet Paul George)

Breaking down the best prop bets for the Los Angeles Clippers' matchup with the Indiana Pacers.

LA Clippers forward Paul George.
LA Clippers forward Paul George. / Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports
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The Los Angeles Clippers have the longest winning streak in the NBA heading into Monday night’s matchup with a suddenly banged up Indiana Pacers team. 

Tyrese Haliburton missed Indiana’s last game, and he’s listed as questionable for Monday’s matchup. 

That’s led to sportsbooks waiting to put Pacers prop bets out, so I’m going to focus on two Clippers to bet for this matchup. 

First, we’re starting with a Paul George prop after he bounced back against the New York Knicks, and I have my favorite plus money prop in this game as well.  

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Clippers vs. Pacers best NBA prop bets

  • Paul George OVER 23.5 points
  • Ivica Zubac to record a double-double

Paul George OVER 23.5 points

On the season, George is averaging 22.7 points per game, but he’s facing a Pacers team that ranks 28th in defensive rating and first in pace, which means plenty of possessions will be had on both sides. 

George had 25 against New York on Saturday night, and he’s still cleared 23.5 points in nine games going back to Nov. 12. There have been some clunkers mixed in, but it’s hard to do that against a Pacers team that is consistently playing high-scoring games. 

Also, the Clippers star saw a steady dosage of shots (18) against the Knicks, which is on par for what he’s seen most of the season. I think if his usage stays the same, he’s a great bet to clear this number. 

Ivica Zubac to record a double-double

One key when betting double-double props is opportunity, and Ivica Zubac will have that against a fast-paced Indiana team. 

The Clippers center is averaging 12.0 points and 9.0 rebounds per game this season, picking up seven double-doubles on the season, including five in his last 11 games. 

Indiana ranks just 23rd in rebounding percentage this season, so I’d expect a big game on the glass for the Clippers center.


Game odds refresh periodically and are subject to change.

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