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Expect some monster performances from some of the NBA’s big men on Saturday, including Giannis who has been producing crazy numbers of late.
Bucks @ Mavericks (2:00pm)
Montrezl Harrell poked the bear (potentially the only thing he’s done this season) with the ladder saga in Philadelphia, and since Giannis has performed at an outrageous level.
In eight games since, Giannis has averaged 35.9 points per game scoring 30+ in every game and covering 30.5 points in seven of them.
The only game Giannis didn’t cover in happened to be against the Mavericks who they face again Saturday, but he still managed 30 points in just 29 minutes due to foul trouble. He’ll clear this time around.
Lakers @ 76ers (11:30am)
AD has produced video game numbers since November 11, and although this match-up with the 76ers is a tough one for centres to score against, the Lakers star still shouldn’t have any issues rebounding.
The 10 games prior to the ‘flu game’ against the Cavs, where he played just eight minutes, Davis averaged 15.4 rebounds per game covering 11.5 in nine of those.
Over the last month Philadelphia is the third easiest team for centres to rebound against at 13% above average, which means we should see another dominant performance from AD on the glass.
Raptors @ Magic (11:00am)
Spicy P has had no issues coming back from injury averaging 6.2 assists per game in his six since returning, but in the last three Pascal Siakam is in triple-double territory.
Siakam averages 8 assists in his last three games, and prior to getting injured against the Mavericks he averaged 8.9 assists per game from his last seven.
This is a nice look against Orlando, who is the easiest team in the NBA for power forwards to produce assists against over the last month at 26% above average. The 8+ assists at $2.20, plus the triple double at $9.14 both present great value.
Saturday NBA Multi
Jazz / Knicks / Pacers = $3.70