NBA props: Two three-pointer bets for Tuesday night

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Monday night was another good one here on Yardbarker as we continue to target volume for three-point props.

It’s a smaller slate Tuesday night, but there are still two players worth targeting,

I will note that the Milwaukee Bucks are a team to target on most nights for three-point props, as they put up the most per game in the NBA.

However, no one on Chicago has the volume I’d want to follow, and after seeing they rank second-to-last in the league in percentage of points from three, it makes sense.

Feel free to hope that someone like Zach LaVine gets hot, but he doesn’t quite shoot enough to qualify for this article.

Let’s get to the two that do.

Klay Thompson

Without Steph Curry, shots will continue to be up for grabs in Golden State, and Klay Thompson has been capitalizing.

Thompson is averaging 12.25 three-point attempts per game in his last four, a beautiful number to see.

Jordan Poole doesn’t look too shabby, either, if you’re looking to spread your net.

The Warriors will face off against a Magic team allowing the fifth-most threes per game, the fourth-best opponent 3P%, and the worst shooting guard defense in the NBA.

All signs point to a monster game from Klay.

Thompson has his makes accompanying this recent rise in shots, going over 3.5 in three of his last four games.

Betting options:

  • 4+ threes (-148 FanDuel)
  • 5+ threes (+160 FD)

Evan Fournier

Fournier is another familiar name, loaded back up in a game against the Atlanta Hawks.

The Hawks are allowing the ninth-most threes per game, and are letting opponents shoot 36.4% from deep, the fifth-highest percentage in the league.

Fournier has made four-plus threes in four straight and has 11 total 3PM in three games against Atlanta.

Averaging 9.0 attempts from long-range per game in his last five, Fournier’s role with the Knicks is established.

Betting options:

  • 4+ threes (-104 FD)
  • 5+ threes (+220 FD)

Good luck Tuesday night!



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