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NBA DFS Prop Picks for 11/18/19 - Monkey Knife Fight

Hey RotoBallers. Tommy Bell here returning to the land of all things fantasy sports analysis. Some of you may have followed me back in the day as Tom Bellucco. I hope to smoothly jump right back into the swing of things and help you all in MLB, NFL, and NBA.

Today we’re talking Prop Bets on Monkey Knife Fight for a nice nine game NBA slate. There are plenty of players to choose from, so let’s try to pinpoint the best lines for value and help you earn some cash to start the week.

You can still follow me on Twitter @BellRoto. Happy to be back in the fold with the NFL in full swing and the NBA really ramping up. If you have more questions about this prop bets or other NBA DFS situations, hit me up throughout the day on Twitter. Let’s do it!

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Pascal Siakam (TOR) OVER 8.5 Rebounds

The Raptors all-purpose point forward is playing massive minutes since the departures of Serge Ibaka and Kyle Lowry. His rebounds have been lacking the last two contests, leading to a deflated line here. When Siakam plays 40+ minutes against a fast team like Charlotte, he should corral double-digit rebounds easily. Lock it in.

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Terry Rozier (CHA) OVER 17.5 POINTS

Let’s stay in the same game. The former Celtics guard is up to a 24.5% usage rate on the season for Charlotte. He was quiet last time out against the Knicks, but had really started a tear prior to that game, putting up shots at will, especially from beyond the arc. Rozier is typically a very efficient shooter, and gets to the line well in transition too. He should be able to top 20 points here.

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Myles Turner (IND) OVER 8.5 Rebounds

Returning from injury on Saturday, Turner played 33 minutes against the Bucks and looked like his usual self, pulling down 11 rebounds while being extremely involved on both sides of the floor. Now he gets to hang out near the rim with DeAndre Jordan and the Brooklyn Nets all night. Getting to nine rebounds should be a breeze.

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CJ McCollum (POR) OVER 2.5 Three Pointers

McCollum is playing big minutes of late, and he’s been scoring at will. He’s gotten more aggressive as a result of his high effectiveness from the floor, and that’s evidenced by his 29 three point attempts in the last four games. He’ll need to be chucking if Portland is going to keep this one closs. I also like Russell Westbrook Assists vs CJ McCollum Assists (+3.5).

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Kawhi Leonard (LAC) UNDER 27.5 Points

With Paul George back in the fold tonight for the Clippers, I think we see Leonard defer to him as the main scorer against a woeful Thunder opponent. The lack of aggression on offense and a possible blowout is enough for me to project the under for Kawhi here.

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Donovan Mitchell (UTA) OVER 24.5 Points

The Timberwolves are playing as fast as anyone this season, and Mitchell thrives in that environment. The Utah guard has 29 and 30 points in his last two contests with a 32% usage rate… and that’s all while going 1-for-13 from three point land. The over is the play here.

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