NBA 3-Point Play: Pascal Siakam, Karl-Anthony Towns, De'Aaron Fox

Friday's NBA slate has a handful of intriguing matchups, but I'm going away from the games listed high on the marquee.

I've found value in a pair of mismatches for the Toronto Raptors and Minnesota Timberwolves and there is a trend I'm going after with the Sacramento Kings.

The first week of the 3-Point Play produced two winning days and a pair of losing ones. Let's see if I can finish the first weekday stretch on a positive note.

NBA 3-Point Play

Overall Record: 5-7

Pascal Siakam Over 21.5 Points (-114)

The Toronto Raptors should have their way with the Utah Jazz.

Utah will not have Rudy Gobert, Donovan Mitchell, Bojan Bogdanovic and others due to injuries and health and safety protocols.

Pascal Siakam is a high-volume shooter inside the Raptors offense and he could feast down low without Gobert on the floor. Hassan Whiteside is listed as questionable, but even if he plays, Siakam should dominate that matchup.

Siakam put up 25 or more points in four of his last six games and just produced 33 points on Wednesday versus the Milwaukee Bucks.

Get Siakam at 21.5 while you can. The number could rise during the day with all of Utah's absences.

Karl-Anthony Towns Over 9.5 Rebounds (-144)

I'm paying up for what should be an easy prop cash with Karl-Anthony Towns.

Towns recorded 16 rebounds in Wednesday's win over the Oklahoma City Thunder.

The Minnesota Timberwolves are back at it against the Thunder on Friday. OKC will be without two paint players in Isaiah Roby and Derrick Favors and it gives up the most rebounds per game in the NBA.

It might be worth looking into the alternate prop lines for Towns' rebounds as well. If his regular prop is listed at 9.5, you could get a ton of value for him to pull down 10, 12 or even 14.

De'Aaron Fox Over 5.5 Assists (+110)

While most of the focus in the Sacramento Kings offense has been on Tyrese Haliburton's distribution skills, De'Aaron Fox has put up solid assist numbers and he has taken away some of the rookie's assist production.

Fox recorded six assists in each of his last three games and he has gone Over 5.5 assists in five of the seven games since his return to the floor on December 26.

Fox should be at the center of Sacramento's offense all night in Denver and that should provide him with ample opportunities to distribute to the likes of Haliburton, Harrison Barnes and others.

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