The Boston Celtics and Golden State Warriors square off in Game 4 of the NBA Finals at TD Garden on Friday, with the Celtics holding a 2-1 series lead.
NBA championship odds have the Celtics as the favorites to win the title.
And for Friday’s Game 4, most will focus on NBA betting lines but don’t forget about prop bets.
Here are a few player props to consider with the stage set for a critical Game 4.
Klay Thompson – Over 20.5 points (-115)
Klay Thompson had his best game of the series in Game 3, pouring in 25 points on 7-for-17 shooting, 5-for-13 from distance. He will likely get all the minutes he can handle, and with Steph Curry at less than 100%, Thompson will look to take on more of the offensive load.
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Jaylen Brown – Over 24.5 points (-110)
Jaylen Brown exploded out of the gate in Game 3, scoring 17 first-quarter points, finishing with 27 on 9 of 16 shooting, and a torrid 4-for-8 from beyond the arc. He played 40 minutes in Game 3, and with Draymond Green struggling to contain him, the Celtics will turn to the 25-year-old early and often.
Stephen Curry – Under 28.5 points (-110)
Curry has indicated he will play in Game 4 but will be hampered by an ankle injury. Curry will unlikely be the dominant offensive force he’s been in this year’s postseason. At a minimum, his ability to drive and cut will likely be mitigated somewhat, making his 28.5 points prop a challenge to surpass.
Andrew Wiggins – Over 5.5 rebounds (-139)
Andrew Wiggins hauled seven rebounds in Game 3 and can once again be expected to play a ton of minutes (40 in Game 3). With the Warriors looking for a better effort on the glass, Wiggins exceeding this prop looks attractive.