DeMar DeRozan's fantastic first season with the Chicago Bulls resulted in an All-Star start for the Eastern Conference.
DeRozan's first game after that announcement comes against the San Antonio Spurs, one of his former teams.
The 32-year-old is averaging over 30 points per game over the last week-and-a-half and he is a clear star to choose for player props across the 11-game NBA Friday slate.
DeRozan's prop breakdown comes easily, but there are a few others that are more unique because is slate is affected by injury news for a handful of teams.
NBA 3-Point Play
Overall Record: 29-31
DeMar DeRozan Over 25.5 Points
DeMar DeRozan produced 30, 35, 41 and 29 points in his last four trips to the hardwood.
DeRozan should come out to the floor on Friday with a ton of confidence after earning the All-Star start for the Eastern Conference.
DeRozan does not necessarily have bad blood with San Antonio, but his first matchup with the Spurs since leaving San Antonio should boost him just a bit more.
The former Spurs star is going to shoot at a high volume, like he always does, and there should be plenty of shot attempts to spread around in the game with the highest over/under on the board.
Saddiq Bey Over 2.5 Threes
Saddiq Bey found more consistency from beyond the arc over the last four games.
The Villanova product drained at least three three-pointers in that span and he faces a nice matchup against the Orlando Magic.
Orlando gave up 38 three-point makes in its last three losses to the Los Angeles Clippers, Philadelphia 76ers and Los Angeles Lakers.
Detroit will rely on the three ball to beat the Magic and Bey should have his normal high volume from beyond the arc.
Mike Conley Over 16.5 Points
Mike Conley returns to his former home Memphis in an elevated role with the Utah Jazz.
Conley will have more scoring chances with Donovan Mitchell once again out for the contest.
Conley produced 16 points in his last game and he attempted 12 field goals in four of his last five games.
The former Grizzlies guard had 19 and 23 points in his last two meetings with the Western Conference team.
Conley and the Jazz have the potential to put up a ton of points from three-point range since Memphis has the seventh-worst three-point defense.