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Hawks vs. Bucks Game 4 Prop Bets: Best Prop Picks for Eastern Conference Finals

Posted: Jun 29, 2021Last updated: Jun 29, 2021

For Tuesday, Mike Barner has your Hawks vs. Bucks Game 4 Prop Bets: Best Prop Picks for Eastern Conference Finals. All odds for NBA Bet Prop Picks of the Day: Best Basketball Props Today 6/29/21 were provided by our friends at PointsBet.

Tuesday brings Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Finals between the Milwaukee Bucks and the Atlanta Hawks. I’ll try to improve on my season record of 99-95 (-13.77 units) with the following two player props to consider.

Hawks vs. Bucks Game 4 Prop Bets: Best Prop Picks for Eastern Conference Finals

Khris Middleton, Milwaukee Bucks at Atlanta Hawks

Over 6.5 Rebounds (-140)

Wager: 1 unit (win would pay 1.71 units)

Middleton was the story of Game 3. He took over late in the contest, finishing with 38 points and six three-pointers. Somewhat lost in all of that scoring was the fact that he grabbed 11 rebounds. He’s reached double digits in that department in three of the last five games and is averaging 7.9 rebounds per game during the entirety of the Bucks’ playoff run.

It’s helped that he’s also averaged 39 minutes per game. With all of the playing time that he can handle likely coming his way in Game 4, he could quickly surpass this number.

Brook Lopez, Milwaukee Bucks at Atlanta Hawks

Under 4.5 Rebounds (-140)

Wager: 1 unit (win would pay 1.71 units)

Although Lopez continues to start for the Bucks, his role has clearly declined in this series. He averaged 33 minutes per game in the previous series versus the Nets, but he hasn’t played more than 25 minutes in any of the three contests versus the Hawks. Add in a tough matchup against Clint Capela and Lopez has a total of six rebounds in the series. Expect him to play limited minutes in Game 4, as well.

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Mike Barner

Mike started covering fantasy sports in 2007. In addition to The Game Day, Mike has written for RotoWire, Sportsline, Sports Illustrated, DK Live and RealTime Fantasy Sports. In 2018, he was a finalist for the 2018 FSWA Basketball Writer of the Year award. .

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