Heat vs. Celtics Game 4 Player Props and SGPs: Jaylen Brown Continues Stellar Play

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Jaylen Brown is on our watch list for Heat-Celtics Game 4 player props and SGPs (Photo by Melissa Tamez/Icon Sportswire).

An upset by the Heat in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Finals would virtually put the series away. It would be a daunting task for the Celtics to come back from a 3-1 deficit to reach the NBA Finals, a feat that’s been done only a handful of times throughout league history. Here are player props and same-game parlays for Monday’s NBA Playoffs tilt, highlighted by stars and role players from both squads.

Several players on both teams are facing questionable tags for Game 4, leaving opportunities to boost their stats. Expect prop lines to shift accordingly before tip-off.

Miami Heat vs. Boston Celtics Game 4 Odds

Boston bettors can lay 6.5 on several sportsbook apps in Game 4, or pay a -275 premium on the Celtics winning the game outright, per betting lines available Monday morning. Heat faithful can find +7 at FanDuel or a moneyline price as lucrative as +250 on FanDuel.

Heat vs. Celtics Game 4 Player Props

Bam Adebayo ‘Under’ 16.5 Points (+102, FanDuel)

We’re all aware of Bam’s 31-point breakout in Game 3, his high-scoring contest in these playoffs and since the 2020 postseason in the bubble (also against Boston). However, he has been slacking in the points category overall, producing 16-plus points in just five-of-14 games.

In fact, while he has five 16-plus-point games, he has scored in the single digits four times. Bam can give fans a highly efficient night of buckets, but he’s also nearly as susceptible to a dud performance.

Gabe Vincent ‘Over’ 1.5 Threes (+160, DraftKings); Max Strus ‘Over’ 3.5 Threes (+138, FanDuel)

The only Miami players “heating” it up from deep against Boston have been snipers Gabe Vincent and Max Strus. The pair has nailed a combined 17 threes at a 43.6% clip, compared to the rest of the team’s 14 on an ice-cold 24.1% shooting. Vincent’s and Strus’ deep shooting has been a huge reason why Miami has been able to hit the 100-point mark in all three meetings with Boston. 

Al Horford 20+ Points (+1000, FanDuel)

You’re telling me we can get paid out 10-to-1 odds for Horford scoring 20-plus points, a mark he has hit four times in these playoffs? This prop with an implied probability of 9.1% has occurred roughly 31% of the time during the playoffs.

Same-Game Parlay

Jaylen Brown ‘Over’ 24.5 Points, 8+ Rebounds (+255, FanDuel)

After playing second fiddle to Jayson Tatum in the previous rounds, Brown has used his series against Miami to show the betting market why more wagers should be placed on him.

He’s averaging a series-leading 29.3 points per game, with point totals of 24 (twice) and 40.

Scoring hasn’t been Brown’s only strength. He’s also grabbing a series-leading nine rebounds per game. He has secured eight-plus boards in four-straight contests, and a fifth is likely if Miami has a poor shooting night.

In a pivotal Game 4 tilt that’ll decide the Celtics’ season, Brown will have to elevate his game and put on an all-around display of basketball greatness.

Also read:  Odds to win NBA Finals | NBA Finals MVP odds

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Cyrus Eshaghoff

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