NBA PrizePicks: Two Picks for Monday, Nov. 20

The NBA season continues with an eight-game Monday slate. While the matchups are not the best, there are still plenty of games for NBA bettors to take advantage of. If you need help finding some winners, we have got you covered with our best NBA PrizePicks for tonight, Monday, Nov. 20. 

PrizePicks Promo CodeNone needed
Type of Welcome BonusFirst deposit match
Welcome Bonus AmountUp to $100
Best FeatureUser-friendly gameplay format
Wagering RequirementsN/A
Apple App Store Rating4.8/5
Google Play Store Rating4.5/5
Minimum Deposit$10
States where PrizePicks is LegalAK, AL, AZ, CA, CO, D.C., GA, IL, KS, KY, MA, MI, MN, NE, NM, NC, ND, NY, OK, OR, RI, SC, TX, UT, VT, VA, WI, WY
Date Last VerifiedMay 19, 2024

PrizePicks gives bettors a new way to place a wager on the NBA. All you have to do is pick 2-6 players every night and predict if they will have MORE or LESS on a specific stat. For experienced bettors, this is exactly like placing an NBA player prop parlay, but PrizePicks is a platform to place player props with more ways to win. 

If you want to make tonight’s NBA slate more enjoyable, we advise you to check out our two best NBA PrizePicks. 

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NBA PrizePicks for Monday, Nov. 20

Here, we have included the NBA odds from some of our top-rated sports betting apps for each game we have a pick on tonight. 

Deni Avdija MORE Than 10.5 Rebounds + Assists

So far, Deni Avdija is putting up a career year in his fourth NBA season. Through 12 games, Avdija is scoring 13.2 points per game, hauling in 5.6 rebounds, and dishing out 3.8 assists per game. His shooting numbers are also way up, especially from deep, as he is shooting a career-best 42.1% from three. 

However, we are more interested in what he does outside his scoring abilities tonight. Advija’s usage rate is at a career-high, he is getting more minutes than ever, and he ranks second on the Wizards in rebound chance rate and first in adjusted rebound rate. 

Over his last five games, Advija has exceeded this number three times, averaging 6 rebounds and 4 assists. While going up against a quality team like the Milwaukee Bucks will be challenging for Avdija and the Wizards, Milwaukee’s defense has been pretty weak this season. 

The Bucks’ defense ranks 20th in rebounding, 16th in assists per game, and they rank toward the bottom of the league in rebound chances. While Washington is dead last in that category, Avdija has been playing some of the best ball of his career, and the box score reflects that, especially on the glass. 

Washington plays with the second-fastest tempo in the NBA, which should translate to more assist and rebound opportunities. As long as Milwukee’s defense doesn’t show up for the first time this season, Avdija should be in for a big night. 

Mitchell Robinson MORE Than 9.0 Rebounds

This line feels a little off. Mitchell Robinson is having a career year, especially in the rebounding department. 

He is averaging career highs in rebounds per game (11.6) and hauling in six offensive boards per game, which ranks first in the league by a significant margin. For context, Bismack Biyombo ranks second in OReb per game (4.6). The difference between Robinson and Biyombo is the same as the difference between Biyombo and the player ranked 12th in OREB per game (Evan Mobley). 

Robinson also leads the league in contested offensive rebound rate and offensive rebound chances. It is good that he can clean up the glass on the offensive end because the New York Knicks just absolutely love missing shots. 

As a team, the Knicks rank 25th in field goals made per game and 27th in shooting percentage, and they are taking the seventh-most shots per game. While the Timberwolves are a solid rebounding team, Karl-Anthony Towns is having one of the worst rebounding seasons of his career. 

Robinson has gone over this number in nine of 13 games this season. In those games, he is averaging 13.7 rebounds per game. This number feels very low, given Robinson’s production this season. 

NBA PrizePicks Odds

Before submitting your NBA PrizePicks for tonight, you have two options:

  1. Power Play: Get a 5x payout on your initial wager if all three picks hit.
  2. Flex Play: Gives you protection on your PrizePicks. 

The power play option makes your PrizePicks just a simple prop parlay. With our two NBA PrizePicks, we are given a 3x payout if both bets win. For example, a $100 wager would return $300 in winnings if both our PrizePicks are winners. 

For Flex Play, it gives you insurance on your PrizePicks but reduces your payout. With Flex Play, a minimum of three PrizePicks is required, so our NBA PrizePicks would be ineligible for Flex Play tonight. If you find another play you like, you can select Flex Play, and if one of your PrizePicks does not hit but the other two win, you will get a 1.25x payout. If you select Flex play, and all three picks win, you will get a 2.25x payout.

However, if you add more picks, your payout will increase. For example, a four-pick slip gives you a 10x payout with the power play option, while flex play gives you a 1.5x payout for three out of four picks and a 5x payout for all four picks hitting.

Number of PicksFlex Play Payout MultiplierPower Play Payout Multiplier
Two2x your stake (0.5x if 1/2 picks are correct)3x your stake
Three2.23x your stake (1.12x if 2/3 picks are correct)5x your stake
Four5x your stake (1.5x if 3/4 picks are correct)10x your stake
Five10x your stake (2x if 4/5 picks are correct; 0.4x if 3/5 picks are correct)N/A
Six25x your stake (2x if 5/6 picks are correct; 0.4x if 4/6 picks are correct)N/A

About the Author
DJ Corrigan

DJ Corrigan

DJ Corrigan is a sports betting writer for Gaming Today and has been covering the world of wagering since his days at Ohio State University. Corrigan's love of betting the Over and chasing the hungry dogs has led him to a career crunching numbers with an emphasis on NCAAF, NCAAB, NFL, and MLB betting.

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