- Kevin Durant has -126 odds to go over 30.5 points in Game 2 against the Boston Celtics.
- KD and Kyrie Irving have +350 odds to score 70+ combined points.
BROOKLYN – The Brooklyn Nets and Boston Celtics are set to face off in Game 2 after Game 1 was decided by a buzzer-beater that had the Celtics on top. Going into this game though, there are player props to focus on. More specifically on Kevin Durant.
Legal online sportsbooks have given KD a scoring total of 30.5 points with shading on the over. If history repeats itself like it has been, these odds could be considered a lock.
Kevin Durant – Total Points Odds
- Over 30.5 -126
- Under 30.5 -104
Immediately backing up the Over, since 2019, following a playoff loss Kevin Durant has averaged 38.9 points per game while shooting 54.4% from the field and 36.8% from three-point range.
Durant has also been on fire the past few months. Dating back to the beginning of March, Durant has averaged over 30.5 ppg in each month. Also, leading up to the playoffs, he has gone over 30.5 points in three of the Nets’ last five games.
When looking to take these odds, Bovada is offering the most value compared to BetOnline. BetOnline is offering the point total at 31.5 points. For those that are experienced bettors, one point could make all the difference.
KD Scoring Prop With Great Value
Kevin Durant + Kyri Irving To Combine For 70+ Points Odds
- Yes +350
These NBA odds have tremendous value to them being that both KD and Kyrie Irving are two of the elite scorers in the league. With Durant putting up nearly 40 points per game after a playoff loss, there should be no worries on if he will hold up his side of the bet.
As for Kyrie, he came out swinging in Game 1 dropping 39 points. With Irving also being hot, it is hard seeing him slow things down meaning these odds are well worth the risk.
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