NBA 3-Point Play: Anthony Edwards, Darius Garland, Desmond Bane

The Charlotte Hornets-Minnesota Timberwolves game is a prop bettor's dream.

The Over/Under sits at 244.5 for the clash between playoff hopefuls and headlining matchup is between LaMelo Ball and Anthony Edwards.

Ball and Edwards have been fantastic in their young careers, and Tuesday's game could be a showcase of their talents.

Edwards comes into Tuesday with three consecutive 25-point games and that is a comforting factor for someone betting on his player props.

There are so many angles you can take with the Hornets-Wolves matchup, but it's best to go after the stars with the highest volume for player props.

NBA 3-Point Play

Overall Record: 46-47

Anthony Edwards Over 24.5 Points (+100)

Anthony Edwards produced 26, 31 and 37 points in his last three games.

Edwards made at least 10 field goals in each of those contests and he reached the free-throw line on 17 occasions.

The second-year player is in terrific shooting form and he should thrive in the matchup against Charlotte's defense, which ranks 28th in scoring defense.

Darius Garland Over 2.5 Threes (+115)

Darius Garland has four straight games with three three-point makes.

Garland does not perfectly fit the shooting guard versus Atlanta Hawks matchup, but he should get off a handful of shots from deep against the Hawks defense.

Garland has showed no fear to shoot from beyond the arc as the season has gone on, and he should be vital part of Cleveland's success on the road at Atlanta.

He should be considered on his points (20.5) and assists (8.5) props as well in what should be an exciting Eastern Conference showdown.

Desmond Bane Over 2.5 Threes (-140)

Desmond Bane and the Memphis Grizzlies face a New Orleans Pelicans defense that gives up the fourth-highest three-point percentage in the NBA.

New Orleans is also on the second end of a back-to-back, while Memphis is rested and on the first end of a back-to-back. The second leg is a home contest with Portland, so the attention should be on Tuesday.

Bane produced 47 points and seven three-pointers in the last two games. Those numbers came against Charlotte and Detroit, who also rank in the bottom 10 in three-point defense.

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