The Denver Nuggets have regained control of the NBA Finals after a 109-94 win over the Miami Heat in Game 3 at Kaseya Center. The Heat will look to erase the deficit and once again even up the series, a position they have found themselves in multiple times throughout the postseason. With Game 4 tipping off on Friday, June 9, we put together some of the best NBA Finals prop bets on the best online sportsbooks.
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Best NBA Finals Prop Bets for Game 4
Each team has a weapon of their own. For Denver, it’s Nikola Jokic. For Miami, it’s Jimmy Butler. Both looking to lead their teams to a championship. Denver looks to take a commanding 3-1 series lead on Friday.
Bam Adebayo OVER 20.5 Points (+100 on DraftKings Sportsbook)
Adebayo has been extremely aggressive on the offensive end against the Nuggets, especially after a passive showing in the Celtics series. He’s up to 23 points per game in the Finals and he’s had 20 or more each time out. Adebayo’s minutes, shot attempts and free throws are all up in this series compared to his playoff averages. Even though he’s shooting under 50%, his increased involvement in the offense and the rising number of free throw attempts are both good signs that Adebayo can break 21 points in Game 4.
Jamal Murray OVER 7.5 Assists (-135 on Caesars Sportsbook)
Nuggets guard Jamal Murray is fresh off a triple-double and has been awesome up to this point of the NBA Finals. His facilitation on this offense has been a clear value add, dishing far more assists than we’ve grown accustomed to over this postseason run.
After exceeding 7.5 assists four out of 15 times leading up to the NBA Finals, Murray has dropped 10 dimes in all three games here against Miami.
His role is to create offense, and that can come in a variety of ways. Seeing how well he’s finding open teammates, it feels prudent to run back his assists prop for Game 4 as Denver looks to take control of the series
Caleb Martin OVER 9.5 Points (+104 on FanDuel Sportsbook)
After two down games to start the NBA Finals, Caleb Martin scratched his way to 10 points with some impressive makes. It’s not the Martin level we grew accustomed to in the Eastern Conference Finals, but he seems to be trending in the right direction.
He got off nine field goal attempts in Game 3, five of which came beyond the arc. If he can maintain or exceed that volume, this is a discount price on Martin’s points.
Martin has gone for 10+ points in seven of his last nine home games and with Miami’s back against the wall, we expect more involvement out of the forward.
Article contributed by Mariah Janos.