NBA 3-Point Play: Stephen Curry, De'Aaron Fox, Kevin Huerter

Stephen Curry got two great presents for his 34th birthday.

The Golden State Warriors star welcomes Draymond Green back to the lineup and he gets to play the Washington Wizards at home.

The Warriors should feast on the offensive side of the ball against a defense that conceded 115 or more points in the last five games.

Curry's contest with the Wizards headlines a handful of favorable matchups that go in favor of player props on Monday's slate.

NBA 3-Point Play

Overall Record: 57-62

Stephen Curry Over 23.5 Points

Stephen Curry has the perfect formula at his hands to surge over his player point prop.

Curry gets to play a brutal Washington defense while playing alongside Draymond Green for the first time in almost two months.

Add in the fact that Curry needs a bounce-back performance after scoring eight points on Saturday and you have a great recipe for a high-scoring night.

De'Aaron Fox Over 6.5 Assists

De'Aaron Fox has been on an offensive tear since the Sacramento Kings traded for Domantas Sabonis.

Fox produced 21 assists in the last two games and he is averaging 7.7 handouts per game in March.

Fox's streak will likely continue against a Chicago Bulls team that typically gives up a ton of points.

There should be plenty of assist opportunities for Fox.

Kevin Huerter Over 2.5 Threes

Portland has the highest opponent three-point field-goal percentage in the NBA.

Atlanta will be without John Collins and Danilo Gallinari, which will clear the runway for more shots out of Kevin Huerter.

Huerter knocked down four three-pointers in each of the last three games and his matchup with the Blazers favors him.

Portland gave up 27 to Bojan Bogdanovic and 26 to Kentavious Caldwell-Pope in the last two games.

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