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Evaluating the top-5 potential scoring leaders in Celtics-Nets Game 2


Published: 04/20/22
Evaluating the top-5 potential scoring leaders in Celtics-Nets Game 2

Jayson Tatum +180 (bet $100 to win $180)

Just call him the man of the moment. Tatum recorded a team-high 31 points, dished a team-leading eight assists, grabbed four rebounds and blocked two shots in a masterful performance in Game 1. After capping the first of the series with a clutch game-winner, we love his odds to continue to roll and score BUCKETS.

Kevin Durant +190 (bet $100 to win $190)

He might have struggled for his standards in Game 1, but it’s Kevin Durant, guys.

Kyrie Irving +290 (bet $100 to win $290)

This line looks mighty tasty after Irving posted a game-high 39 points in his return to Boston. After being fined $50K for flipping off several Celtics fans at TD Garden, he’s back for more. The fans could cool off in Game 2, but it’s likely Irving is still red-hot after an emotional loss to open the series.

Jaylen Brown +500 (bet $100 to win $500)

Brown was the definition of what it means to dig deep in Game 1 against the Nets. He motivated his team in the face of adversity and WENT OFF for 23 points, five rebounds, three assists, four steals and two blocks in an all-around dominant outing. That being said, we still like him to co-star in Round 2.

Seth Curry +10000 (bet $100 to win $10,000)

This is what we like to call a LONGSHOT. Will this happen? Odds say no. But if you’re a huge Seth Curry fan, why not throw a dollar or two and hope for the best?

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Evaluating the top-5 potential scoring leaders in Celtics-Nets Game 2


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