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NBA Player Props Today – 5/10/24 DraftKings Pick6

NBA Draftkings Pick6
May 10, 2024 7:00 pm EDT

The NBA playoffs continue on Friday at 7:00 PM ET with two games taking place, and there is value all across the board with the NBA Player Props Draftkings Pick6. 

Before we look at who should be in your Pick6 lineup, let’s go over a reminder about how the contest works. 

The goal for participants is to make more correct picks than the other participants in each contest. Winning entries receive a share of the available prizes. In Pick6, participants can build lineups of between 2 and 6 players and compete against participants with the same lineup size. The more picks you include in a lineup, the higher a payout could be.

Jamal Murray Under 21.5 Points

Denver Nuggets guard Jamal Murray looks all but checked out of this series, and he’s just waiting for his vacation to Mexico at this point. Jamal Murray in the last game finished with only eight points, and he was throwing things on the court at the refs midgame. The Minnesota Timberwolves defense is elite, and they are going to make life hell on Murray here. Murray is going to finish with only 10 or 11 points. 

Anthony Edwards over 2.5 Three-Pointers Made

Anthony Edwards is quickly becoming a star, and he’s going to light up the scoreboard again here. Edwards in the first game of the series hit three of his seven shots from deep. Edwards is going to light up the scoreboard again from deep, and he will make four or five three-pointers in this game. 

Myles Turner under 0.5 Steals

Indiana Pacers center Myles Turner isn’t going to have a big game here in terms of steals. In four of the last five games, Turner has finished with zero steals. In the last game against the New York Knicks, Turner put up six points, seven rebounds, one assist, one block, and zero steals. Taking a steals prop might not be exciting, but the percentages are there to include in your Pick6. 

Jalen Brunson over 48 points+rebounds+assists

If it wasn’t for missing the entire second quarter in the last game, Jalen Bruson would have probably went over this number. Two games ago in Game 1 against the Pacers, Brunson put up 43 points, six rebounds, and six assists. Even if Bruson isn’t 100 percent here, he’s going to have a huge game and combine for at least 48 points, rebounds, and assists. 

Shane Mickle

Sports is about all Shane knows in this life! He has a passion for sports and writing, which makes working for Sportschatplace a perfect job for him! If you find him cheering for a team it's usually a Minnesota team, or the Kansas Jayhawks!

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