Gabe Vincent has taken full advantage of his opportunity to play more minutes with the Miami Heat.
Vincent scored 41 points in the last two games with Kyle Lowry once again out of the lineup.
Lowry is confirmed out for Thursday's clash between the Heat and the Brooklyn Nets and some of Miami's top players could be dealing with some nagging injuries on the second leg of a back-to-back. Miami lost by one point to the Milwaukee Bucks on Wednesday and Jimmy Butler is listed as questionable.
Vincent could be in line for another high point total in Brooklyn and that is why he headlines the 3-Point Play.
NBA 3-Point Play
Overall Record: 53-58
Gabe Vincent Over 12.5 Points
Gabe Vincent scored 41 points on 28 field-goal attempts in the last two games.
Vincent should have the ball in his hands at a high rate on Thursday night, and that usage rate could increase if Butler is not 100 percent, or misses the contest.
Vincent's three-point shooting should help with the over hitting. He made nine three-point shots in the last two contests with Lowry out of the lineup.
De'Aaron Fox Over 5.5 Assists
De'Aaron Fox averages 5.3 assists per game, so he can be a dicey pick at times with assist props.
However, he faces a great matchup on Thursday against a San Antonio Spurs team that conceded 49 assists in the last two games.
San Antonio gave up six assists each to Desmond Bane and Kyle Anderson and five to Steven Adams against Memphis and Kyle Lowry dished out 10 helpers in the recent Spurs-Heat clash.
Fox only had three assists on Wednesday night versus New Orleans, but he does have three performances with nine or more assists in the last five.
Pascal Siakam Over 8.5 Rebounds
Pascal Siakam hauled in 12 and 11 rebounds in his two previous meetings with the Detroit Pistons.
Detroit gave up nine or more rebounds to an individual player in each of the last three games. Kyle Kuzma, Miles Bridges and Jayson Tatum hurt the Pistons on the boards recently.
Siakam has nine games with eight or more rebounds since February 1, and he could benefit more in the matchup if Fred VanVleet does not play.