Julius Randle has several prop bets set for Monday’s matchup between his New York Knicks and the Brooklyn Nets. Here’s a deep dive into his points and three-pointer props as it relates to the totals the books have set for him in this game against the Nets.
Julius Randle Prop Bets
Points Prop Insights
- Randle has had a points prop bet set in 34 of the 39 games he has played this season.
- Monday’s scoring over/under for Randle is set at 23.5 points. That’s 0.6 more points than his season average of 22.9.
- In 22 of 39 games this season (56.4%) Randle has scored more than 23.5 points.
- Randle’s average points prop this season has been set at 22.6 points, which he’s outscored by 0.3 points on average this year.
- Randle has hit the over on his point totals in 19 chances (55.9%) out of 34 opportunities.
- In 23 of 39 games this season (59%), Randle scored more than his average points over/under of 22.6.
- The Nets’ opponents are scoring 115.4 points per game, which is the fourth-most given up by an NBA squad this season.
Three Pointers Prop Insights
- Randle has had a made three-pointer prop bet set 33 times this season.
- Randle has averaged 1.9 made three-pointers per game, 0.4 more threes than his over/under in Monday’s game (1.5).
- In 59% of his games this season (23 out of his 39 games), Randle has hit more than 1.5 threes.
- Randle’s average made three-pointer prop bet over/under is 1.4. He has hit 0.5 more three-pointers per game than that average.
- Randle has gone over on his made three-pointer prop bets in 19 of his 33 opportunities (57.6% of his matchups).
- In 23 of 39 games (59%), Randle has made more threes than his 1.4 average prop bet total.
- Opponents of the Nets have connected on 12.7 three-pointers per game this season, the 16th-most against any NBA squad.
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