NBA 3-Point Play: Grayson Allen, Nassir Little, Keldon Johnson

It did not take me long to find three props on Monday night's NBA slate that I absolutely love.

Grayson Allen, Nassir Little and Keldon Johnson have had props that I have loved throughout the season and all of them are at reasonable prices tonight.

Allen has been hot from three-point range recently and he faces a favorable matchup against the Atlanta Hawks, Little has been cashing his points prop a lot recently and Johnson has consistently knocked down multiple three-point shots since his return from health and safety protocols.

NBA 3-Point Play

Grayson Allen Over 11.5 Points (+100)

The Atlanta Hawks allowed 43 three-point makes in their last three contests.

Atlanta gave up multiple three-point shots to four New York Knicks players on Saturday and Miami's plethora of shooters torched the Hawks defense.

Grayson Allen hit multiple three-point shots in three of his last four games and he reached the 15-point mark in all of those appearances.

Allen should take full advantage of Atlanta's poor defense against shooting guards.

Nassir Little Over 11.5 Points (-110)

Nassir Little is averaging 14 points per game in January and this is the final spot we can advantage of with the Portland small forward.

C.J. McCollum and Norman Powell both could play on Monday against the Orlando Magic, but they are coming off long layoffs. That could lead to some rusty shooting legs and a few more opportunities for Little.

Little and his teammates should have plenty of scoring chances against an Orlando defense that is far from great. That should lend itself to the over as well.

Keldon Johnson Over 1.5 Threes (-110)

Keldon Johnson is averaging 2.3 three-point makes in January.

The 22-year-old knocked down multiple three-point shots in each of his three games after returning from health and safety protocols.

Johnson faces a tough matchup against the Phoenix defense. His numbers were not great in two previous meetings with the Suns, but those totals occurred before Johnson started taking more three-point attempts.

The Kentucky product went from 2.7 threes per game in November to 4.3 in December and up to 5.7 in January. That volume should help him go over this prop for most of the month.

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