Payton Pritchard over 1.5 rebounds (-111) vs. Warriors
I have a tough time getting a feel for this series, so I'm just going with this prop that I only saw offered by BetMGM. Pritchard has 10 rebounds in 34 minutes in this series, leading all players on the Celtics in rebounding percentage in the Finals. While that's probably going to end up being an anomaly, he's been third on the team in rebounds per 36 for the whole postseason, and I think he'll continue seeing real minutes in this series. He's an option against Stephen Curry, and it's possible Boston leans toward smaller lineups with Robert Williams less than 100 percent healthy.
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Jayson Tatum O27.5 points (-125) vs. Warriors
There's a reason this number is shaded fairly heavily toward the over, as it seems like a pretty friendly number for Tatum, who got back on track in Game 2 after a very shaky Game 1. Had the game been closer, it's fair to say Tatum would've played 8-to-10 more minutes and likely eclipsed 30 points with ease.
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Robert Williams U6.5 points (-150) vs. Warriors
Betting any point total this low is dicey, but Williams is coming off of a Game 2 in which he scored just two points in 14 minutes. More importantly, Williams never looked comfortable – especially after Marcus Smart rolled into his lower-leg. From a betting perspective, I'm looking at this as a situation in which Williams could start the game, not look healthy, and not see much action the rest of the way.