NBA 3-Point Play: Jaylen Brown, James Harden, Jordan Clarkson

Welcome back to the NBA 3-Point Play!

The perfect way to kick off the season full of NBA prop betting is to go after three-point props, which was the initial inspiration for the 3-Point Play.

The NBA's three worst three-point defenses are in action on Monday night against some of the better shooters in the league.

The three matchups I specifically targeted all feature players that I love betting on, including one Philadelphia 76ers star, so let's start the season there.

Jaylen Brown Over 2.5 Threes (+105)

Jaylen Brown is about to receive one heck of a birthday present from the Chicago Bulls.

Chicago comes into Monday with the worst opponent three-point percentage in the NBA of 46.9 percent.

Tyler Herro, Max Strus, Kyle Kuzma, Caris LeVert, Kevin Love and Donovan Mitchell all hit three or more threes against the Bulls in the opening week of the season.

Brown produced over 25 points in two of Boston's three games. He is averaging 19.3 field goal attempts and seven three-point attempts per game.

The shot volume is there and so is the extra motivation to perform on his birthday. The Bulls' struggles against the three should also help Brown's output on Monday.

Jordan Clarkson Over 2.5 Threes (-115)

The Utah Jazz are one of the best early stories of the NBA season.

Utah is supposed to be tanking, but it is 3-0 and scoring at a high rate. Utah scored over 120 points in each of its three contests.

Utah ranks eighth in three-point percentage, and on Monday, it faces a Houston team that allowed the third-worst three-point percentage in the NBA.

Jordan Clarkson has 22 three-point attempts in his last two games. He knocked down seven on Friday and three on Sunday.

The shot volume is always there for Clarkson and I don't think either team will be struggling for points in Houston.

James Harden Over 2.5 Threes (+120)

The Sixers sit an ideal spot to finally get their first win on Monday against the Indiana Pacers.

The Pacers have the second-worst opponent three-point percentage in the NBA. The decision here was between James Harden and Tyrese Maxey.

Harden averages 7.3 three-point attempts per game compared to 5.3 out of Maxey. Harden is 2-for-13 from three in his last two games, but the important here is that the shot volume is there.

3-Point Parlay (+743)

Jaylen Brown Over 2.5 Threes

Jordan Clarkson Over 2.5 Threes

James Harden Over 2.5 Threes

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