If it is not broken, do not fix it.
That is my betting motto for Wednesday's three Eastern Conference playoff games.
I had success betting on Tobias Harris and OG Anunoby in the Sixers-Raptors series and nothing has changed in regards to their point prop numbers.
Jayson Tatum barely got over his point prop total in the Celtics' Game 1 win over the Nets, but I have no problem going back to him for Game 2.
The Bulls-Bucks nightcap should have more points than the defensively dominated Game 1. I'm willing to go back to the prop I lost on Game 1 because the shot volume was there on Sunday.
NBA Playoff Prop Picks
Overall Record: 11-11 (1-2 Tuesday)
Tobias Harris Over 15.5 Points (-115)
I'm betting on Tobias Harris' point prop over until he does not hit it in consecutive games, or the number adjusts.
Harris recorded 46 total points in the first two games against the Raptors. He finished Game 2 with 20 points, which was 4.5 over his prop total.
Harris attempted 25 field goals in Games 1 and 2 and he knocked down a trio of three-point shots in each contest.
The shooting consistency is there, so why should I back off Harris now?
OG Anunoby Over 17.5 Points (-125)
OG Anunoby has a must-bet player prop up to 20 points.
Anunoby leads the Raptors with 46 points in the series and he thrived in a scoring role with Scottie Barnes out injured in Game 2.
Anunoby attempted 29 field goals in the first two games, and he is 6-for-12 from three-point range.
Toronto should play with some extra juice on its home floor for Game 3 and that should benefit Anunoby's scoring output around Fred VanVleet and Pascal Siakam.
Sixers-Raptors Same Game Parlay (+650)
Tobias Harris 20+ points
OG Anunoby 20+ points
Harris and Anunoby eclipsed the 20-point mark in both of the Sixers-Raptors games.
I'm playing this in addition to the player props because there is a good chance both players reach the 20-point mark again.
The lack of adjustment on Harris' props makes his 20+ points higher and that provides a nice bump the SGP odds alongside Anunoby.
Jayson Tatum Over 30.5 Points (-120)
Jayson Tatum went over his point prop with the game-winning layup in Game 1.
Boston's top scorer had 31 points in the series opener and he should post a similar number off an extra day of rest for Game 2.
Tatum posted at least 31 points in each of his last four postseason games and he will likely be locked in an offensive showdown with Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving once again.
Khris Middleton Over 2.5 Threes (-105)
Khris Middleton had an off night from the field in Game 1, but so did most of the Bucks and Bulls players.
Middleton went 4-for-13 from the field and 1-for-7 from three-point range.
The shot volume is there and the Bulls still struggle with their three-point defense. That did not go away in one postseason game.
I fully expect to see more points from both teams and for the stars on both teams to record higher point totals. Look for Middleton to get going early on to help Milwaukee's cause.