There is an interesting NBA fantasy slate on Sunday, with both a Game 1 and a Game 7 taking place. Two of these teams have been battling it out over the past six games, while the other matchup features two teams that are four wins away from the NBA Finals. Having two very different situations can make creating DFS lineups difficult. So, if you are looking for a different way to play NBA DFS during the playoffs, No House Advantage may be of interest to you with its DFS prop picks setup. Let’s go through three of the best NBA Playoffs DFS props for Clippers vs. Suns Game 2 on No House Advantage today!
No House Advantage NBA Fantasy | Clippers vs. Suns Playoffs
At No House Advantage, gamers are picking over or under for various play props, instead of constructing lineups under a salary cap. This means you can play the props of the players you are most confident in and ignore the players that are causing you difficult.
Devin Booker Assists: Over 6.5
We know Devin Booker can shoot the lights out. However, we continue to see him demand the ball with Chris Paul out, as he is tonight. Last game, Booker had a 37.2% usage rate, which isn’t unusual when Paul is out. The defense is plenty aware of Booker’s scoring, so they commit extra attention to him, and he usually makes the right play by finding open teammates. This led to him getting 11 assists. It should be more of the same today.
NHA NBA Fantasy Picks: Booker Over 6.5 Assists
Paul George Made 3’s: Over 2.5
With Kawhi Leonard out, more of the offensive pressure is placed on Paul George. His team needs him to score, so the sheer shot attempts should lead to this over hitting. In Game 1, George attempted a whopping 15 shots from downtown. He ended up converting on seven of them. If George continues to have at least 10 shot attempts from 3-point range, I feel good about this prop. He also has hit at least three shots from 3-point range in four of his last five games.
NHA NBA Fantasy Picks: George Over 2.5 Made 3’s
Marcus Morris Points: Under 15.5
Clippers coach Tyronn Lue hinted they had been saving DeMarcus Cousins for this series, for some reason. They believe he matches up well with the Suns, and he proved this in Game 1. Unfortunately for Marcus Morris, this led to him playing only 21 minutes. This was his fewest minutes all playoffs long. Morris has also scored single-digits in five of his last seven games, including back-to-back games. Assuming Cousins plays quite a bit again tonight, it will be tough for Morris to score 16 points.
NHA NBA Fantasy Picks: Morris Under 15.5 Points