Bucks vs. Hawks Player Props: Giannis, Trae Young Featured In National Spot

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Bucks vs. Hawks player props feature picks on Giannis Antetokounmpo and Trae Young. We’ll dive into the numbers and help you find the best NBA player props for tonight’s slate.

Bucks vs. Hawks Odds & Best NBA Player Props Tonight

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Bucks vs. Hawks Player Props & Picks

Giannis Antetokounmpo Over 45.5 Points + Rebounds

The Greek Freak is in the midst of an electrifying run in the scoring and rebounding departments (34.4 points, 13.3 rebounds over last 10). The odds and matchup suggest a competitive, uptempo contest with a healthy dose of scoring.

The Hawks are down their best rebounder and tend to funnel opposing teams into two-point attempts. That plays into Antetokounmpo’s game, especially in terms of getting to the line, where he’s averaging nearly 16 attempts over the aforementioned 10-game span (71.1%).

Trae Young Over 11.5 Rebounds + Assists

Milwaukee is one of the best defenses in the league, so Young will have his work cut out for him. However, we like the current run he’s enjoying. He’s averaging 10.8 assists over his last 11 and reached 12 dimes in four of those contests.

Young is averaging 10.8 assists at home and nearly 40 minutes per game coming off two days of rest. It’s the increased floor time that pushes us to the Over. He’s not a big rebounder, but he should play enough to chip in with the boards he needs to complement his assists.

John Collins Under 24.5 Points + Rebounds + Assists

It’s a challenging spot for Collins, who doesn’t shoot the three-ball well or get to the line frequently. He will have to contend with one of the game’s best two-point defenses. Making matters even more difficult for Collins is that the Bucks are the best rebounding team in the NBA.

The ingredients are present for Collins to struggle in the rebounding and scoring departments, and we don’t expect him to make up for it with his passing. He’s dished out four assists one time in 32 games.

Grayson Allen Under 1.5 Three Pointers

Allen’s three-point efficiency on the year (38.7%) is respectable, but he has not been particularly sharp in recent contests. He’s shooting 35.2% on a modest 5.4 attempts over his last 10. Not only that, but his long-range accuracy craters on the road (31.6%).

Atlanta defends the three very well. They rank top 10 in opponents’ three-point attempts and percentage. Two three-point makes isn’t a tall task in general, but it will take improved volume and efficiency on Allen’s part in a tough spot.