NBA Playoff Props: Fred VanVleet, OG Anunoby, Tobias Harris, More

The Philadelphia 76ers can close out their series with the Toronto Raptors on Saturday afternoon.

The Sixers have all the momentum in the series, but there is a slight bit of concern about Joel Embiid's thumb injury.

Philadelphia could rely more on its supporting cast around Embiid to take care of the Raptors, which is why I'm going back to my Tobias Harris point prop bets.

Toronto will play with desperation and it should use its best players to take control of the contest. Fred VanVleet and OG Anunoby should be at the forefront of the offensive game plan with Pascal Siakam and Gary Trent Jr.

VanVleet and Anunoby have some manageable point prop totals that are worth going after because of the situation inside Scotiabank Arena.

As for the other three games, I have no clue how Dallas-Utah will play out so I'm avoiding that. The Nets need more out of their stars at home against the Celtics and the Wolves need to find some way to respond to their collapse against Memphis in Game 3.

NBA Playoff Props

Overall Record: 17-16

Tobias Harris Over 15.5 Points (-105)

Tobias Harris slacked off his offensive production in Game 3 with 11 points.

Harris only attempted nine field goals, but that total could rise in Game 4 if Joel Embiid's thumb injury bothers him at any point.

I expect a majority of the Sixers' shot attempts to come from Harris, Embiid, James Harden and Tyrese Maxey.

Harris should have a double-digit total of shots and he may be asked to take more three-point shots to combat whatever is thrown at the Sixers from a desperate Raptors team.

OG Anunoby Over 17.5 Points (-125)

OG Anunoby is Toronto's leading scorer in the series with 72 points.

Anunoby has been fantastic on the offensive end with a 57.4 field-goal percentage and a 47.6 three-point percentage.

Anunoby's point prop has not moved from where it was ahead of Game 3, so I'm willing to take it again because of how much he has been relied on.

Fred VanVleet Over 18.5 Points (-110)

Fred VanVleet needs to play better on the offensive end for the Raptors to steal a game at home.

VanVleet is 17-for-48 from the field and 11-for-33 from three-point range, so the shot volume is there for a 20-point performance.

The same thinking with Anunoby applies to VanVleet. Toronto needs its best scorers to show up in order for a victory to happen in Ontario on Saturday afternoon.

Kyrie Irving Over 27.5 Points (-115)

Brooklyn needs Kyrie Irving to produce a massive performance in Game 3 to get back in the series against the Celtics.

Irving is away from the angry Boston fans that may have distracted him a bit throughout Games 1 and 2 and he is back in the home comforts of the Barclays Center.

Irving was the better shooter compared to Kevin Durant during the first two games in Boston. Irving shot 48.5 percent from the field, 54.5 percent from three-point range and he made all of his 11 free throws.

Anthony Edwards Over 23.5 Points (-110)

Minnesota needs to rebound from its epic collapse on its home floor against Memphis.

Anthony Edwards needs to step into the starring role since Karl-Anthony Towns has had some lackluster performances in the postseason.

Edwards attempted nine more field goals than any other Wolves player and he is shooting 40 percent from three-point range in the series.

I think we will see Edwards go after the Memphis defense right away to try and get the crowd into the contest and allow the Wolves to play somewhat loose

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