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The Warriors are still finding their stride, but they get a good matchup, at least on the glass, tonight against Miami. The Heat have a low rebounding rate, which bodes well for Draymond Green, who is ranked first in our favorite NBA player props.

Even though there are only four games starting on Tuesday night, there are hundreds of NBA props to choose from.

Today, I’m betting on Draymond Green’s rebound total, hoping for some positive regression from Luguentz Dort, and avoiding D’Angelo Russell against a stingy Phoenix defense.

Here are my top free NBA predictions for November 1.

NBA player predictions for November 1st

Picks were made on November 1, 2022 at 1:20 p.m. ET.
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Draymond extinguishes the flames

Tonight, the Miami Heat take on the Golden State Warriors, with both teams looking to rebound from consecutive losses.

The Heat have struggled on the glass, ranking 27th in the NBA in terms of rebounding rate. Last week, the Dubs won the rebounding battle 50-31, with Draymond Green pulling down seven rebounds.

Green averaged 7.3 rebounds in 46 games last season, and while his rebounding numbers have dropped slightly this season, he has still grabbed at least seven boards in four consecutive games.

Expect him to hit that mark again tonight, and take the Over 6.5 on his rebounds total.

Over 6.5 rebounds (+105) for Draymond Green

Dorts Slingin’

Luguentz Dort of the Thunder is averaging 14 points per game but shooting 35.9% from the field, including just 17.1% from beyond the arc. Dort, on the other hand, averaged 17.2 points per game on 40.4% shooting last season and drained 2.5 points per game from beyond the arc on 33.2% shooting.

Those shooting percentages are below average, but they are still significantly higher than what he has been doing in a smaller sample size this season, so positive regression appears likely.

Dort is averaging 13 field goal attempts and 5.8 3-point attempts per game, indicating that the shooting volume is there, and with Josh Giddey ruled out for the fourth game in a row, his usage rate will likely remain high.

Tonight, the Thunder are 3.5-point favorites over the Magic. The Magic have been solid defensively this season, but their backcourt is banged up, and they will struggle to match up with OKC on the perimeter, especially if they focus on slowing down Shai Gilgeous-Alexander. On Dort’s point total, I’m going with the Over 14.5.

Dort, Luguentz Over 14.5 point bet (-117)

Russell has been targeted by the Suns.

The Suns look to keep their hot start going tonight when they host the Timberwolves as 4-point favorites. The Suns rank fourth in the NBA in defensive rating, limiting opponents to 106.3 points per game, the third-best mark in the league.

The Timberwolves’ offense has been led by Anthony Edwards and Karl-Anthony Towns, but point guard D’Angelo Russell has struggled from the field.

Russell is coming off a poor performance against the Spurs in which he shot 5-for-17 for 10 points. He has scored 12 or fewer points in four of his last five games and is averaging just 12.8 points per game during that time. Fade Russell’s point total for today.

Russell, D’Angelo Under 16.5 points is the bet (-118)

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