NBA 3-Point Play: Coby White, D'Angelo Russell, Davion Mitchell

The NBA is back in our lives after a week-long absence that felt like a month.

Play opens back up with seven games spread across the United States, two of which have eye-popping over/under numbers.

The Atlanta Hawks-Chicago Bulls game should be very exciting and there are a few player props that intrigue me. I settled on the one trend that made me a good amount of money before the All-Star break.

Memphis and Minnesota also have a high over/under for their clash, and I'm sticking with another reliable prop in that game instead of going too out of my comfort zone with multiple picks.

The late-night pick is a but risky, but I feel like it could pay with how much playing time Davion Mitchell has earned.

NBA 3-Point Play

Overall Record: 51-51

Coby White Over 2.5 Threes

The Hawks gave up 29 three-point makes in their last two games before the All-Star break.

Coby White knocked down at least four three-point shots in his last four games.

That's the simple logic that leads me to taking Coby White's three-point prop.

White is averaging 7.6 three-point attempts per contest and he should shoot at a high rate in a game that has an over/under of 240 points.

D'Angelo Russell Over 6.5 Assists

D'Angelo Russell is averaging 7.4 assists per game in February.

The Minnesota point guard had fewer than six handouts once over his last seven games.

Russell has 18 assists in three games this season versus Memphis and he should be in position to assist on a good amount of shots in a game that is tied with Atlanta-Chicago for the highest over/under on the board.

Davion Mitchell Over 9.5 Points

Davion Mitchell's playing time has not been impacted one way or the other by Sacramento's dealings at the trade deadline.

Mitchell played 26 and 20 minutes in his last two games. He had 13 points on 14 field-goal attempts in his last trip to the hardwood.

Mitchell should receive all sorts of opportunities to thrive until the end of the regular season to see what the Kings have for the future.

The rookie's shot production and minutes are there for him to get 10 points in a game that could favor his minutes if Denver goes ahead big on the Kings.

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