NBA 3-Point Play: Spencer Dinwiddie, Cade Cunningham, Dejounte Murray

The Washington Wizards need to make up for Bradley Beal's lost scoring production on Tuesday night.

Spencer Dinwiddie will shoulder some of the load that Beal left open with the absence caused by his wrist injury.

Dinwiddie fared well in the last six games Beal missed and that makes him one of my favorite plays on the Tuesday NBA slate.

Dinwiddie headlines the 3-Point Play along with two other players that I like on assist props, including the one player that I've been red hot with for the last few weeks.

NBA 3-Point Play

Overall Record: 29-34

Spencer Dinwiddie Over 17.5 Points

Spencer Dinwiddie scored at least 17 points in each of the last six games he played without Bradley Beal in the lineup.

Beal is out for the next two games at minimum with a sprained wrist. That means Dinwiddie is one of Washington's top two scoring options along with Kyle Kuzma.

Dinwiddie reached the 20-point mark in four of the last six games Beal missed that he played in.

He had at least 13 field-goal attempts and he made it to the free-throw line at least five times in those contests.

Everything points to Dinwiddie having a high volume and close to 20 points against the Milwaukee Bucks.

Cade Cunningham Over 5.5 Assists

Cade Cunningham is not worth trusting on points and three-point shots right now.

The No. 1 overall pick averaged 5.6 assists per game in January and he has eight or more handouts in three of his last four games.

Cunningham should have plenty of opportunities to deliver assists against the New Orleans Pelicans, who give up the sixth-highest field-goal percentage in the NBA.

Dejounte Murray Over 8.5 Assists

I'm going back to old reliable.

Dejounte Murray has 10 or more assists in each of his last six games.

Murray is the focal point of the San Antonio offense and he could record another double-digit handout total against a Golden State Warriors team coming off a tough game against the Houston Rockets.

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