Everyone has the Atlanta Hawks' trip to Madison Square Garden circled for Trae Young.
The Hawks superstar could go off on Tuesday night, but he is not the best player to target when it comes to player props from the Eastern Conference clash.
That title belongs to Evan Fournier, who has tortured the Hawks with his three-point shooting this season.
Fournier hit 11 three-pointers in three head-to-head matchups with the Hawks this season and he should put up more shots with Julius Randle ruled out.
Another potential high-scoring night for Fournier is where we begin the return of the NBA 3-Point Play.
NBA 3-Point Play
Overall Record: 58-64
Evan Fournier Over 16.5 Points (-105)
Evan Fournier has 18, 15 and 20 points in his three games against Atlanta this season.
Fournier nailed 11 three-point shots in those matchups and he should take advantage of Atlanta's fifth-worst three-point defense again on Tuesday.
Fournier should take a few more shots with Julius Randle not on the floor. That may lead to a few more layups that help pad his point total.
Same Game Parlay: 18+ Points, 5 + Threes (+210)
If you want to go for more value on Fournier, take this same game parlay.
Fournier attempted 20 three-point shots in the three games against Atlanta and he hit five three-pointers in three of his last four games.
Cole Anthony Over 5.5 Assists (+120)
Cole Anthony produced seven assists in each of his last three games.
The Orlando Magic point guard will be on the ball for most of the time he is on the court on Tuesday because Jalen Suggs is still out and Markelle Fultz is on a minutes limit.
Anthony produced at least five assists in seven of his 10 March appearances.
Orlando could be more competitive than expected against Golden State since this is the Warriors' second game without Stephen Curry and they should still be figuring out how to use their rotations in his normal spots.
Anthony's distribution should be helped by that factor because it is not a lock that the Warriors come into central Florida and blow out the Magic.
Reggie Jackson Over 2.5 Threes (+140)
The last time we saw the Los Angeles Clippers on the floor was Friday.
Ty Lue benched the majority of his starters, including Reggie Jackson, at halftime after a horrendous second quarter against the Utah Jazz.
Jackson and the Clippers starters should use that benching as motivation to come out in better form against the Denver Nuggets on Tuesday.
Prior to Friday, Jackson hit his Over 2.5 threes prop in four consecutive games.
Same Game Parlay: Over 5.5 Assists/3+ Threes (+240)
Jackson is averaging 6.3 assists and 2.7 three-point makes per game in March.
Jackson had at least six assists and a trio of triples in three of the four games before the benching in Utah.
His assist prop sits at 6.5 right now, but if you drop it down one number and add the threes, you get pretty good value.