Best NBA Player Prop Picks for Wednesday, January 10

Matt Brown
By Matt BrownPublished: January 10, 2024
Best NBA Player Prop Picks for Wednesday, January 10

After a key point guard injury in Indiana, look for Benn Mathruin to emerge as a key contributor, while Victor Wembanyama and Domantas Sabonis should continue to dominate as paint playmakers. Check out the rest of our NBA player prop picks card for Wednesday, January 10 below.

F Victor Wembanyama (SAS) OVER 12.5 REB+AST

Wemby has played like a ROY frontrunner the past five outings, hitting the 20-point mark in each game accompanied 10 or more REB+AST in four of those five games.

While this mark is a tall task for the prodigy, Detroit is allowing the fourth-most PPG in the league and the third-most APG over their last three.

With Victor getting more and more playmaking opportunities in Pop’s offense, look for one of the best performances of his career to come against the worst team in the association today.

G Killian Hayes (DET) UNDER 20.5 PTS+REB+AST

Speaking of the worst team in basketball, Killian Hayes has a chance to play big minutes today and make one of the few positive impacts for Detroit basketball in 2023/24.

With that being said, the Frenchman hasn’t scored over 10 points since December 8th, while shooting less than 30% from downtown this season.

Facing a lanky defense headed by Sochan, Wemby, and Johnson, look for the guard to struggle once again.

F Domantas Sabonis (SAC) OVER 8.0 AST

One of the hottest post players in basketball, Sabonis has notched a triple-double in four of his last six outings while posting a 37/13/10 game last night against the Pistons.

Facing a Hornet defense in the bottom five in assists allowed to opponents, look for the Kings’ centerpiece to find their shooters in a favorable matchup.

Sabonis averages 8.5 APG in wins and just 6.2 APG in losses. Kings are favored by 7 ½ tonight, so jump at his over.

F Bilal Coulibaly (WAS) OVER 1.5 STOCKS

One of our favorite pre-draft prospects, Bilal Coulibaly has shown flashes of becoming an elite 3 & D wing for Washington this season. Playing 30 minutes per contest in January so far, the team wants on-court development to occur for the raw prospect.

In January games, Bilal has hit this mark in three of four games, with 5 total stocks on the 3rd against Cleveland. With the Pacers playing without Hali in this one, there should be more turnover opportunities for Bilal to capitalize on.

G Bennedict Mathurin (IND) OVER 17.5 PTS

With Haliburton out, we will look for 2nd year emerging star Bennedict Mathurin to pick up some of the usage. Mathurin has averaged 18 PPG in 25 career games without his superstar point guard, and with the Pacers favored to win there’s reason to jump at a huge game from the former Wildcat.

Benn averages 16.7 points in wins to just less than 12 PPG in Indiana losses. In four of the Pacers’ January wins, he’s dropped 26, 18, 16, and 25 points respectively. Look for a big day from the athletic wing.

Matt Brown

Matt Brown

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Matt's deep-rooted enthusiasm for sports betting and daily fantasy sports infuses the EatWatchDraft team with valuable expertise in football, hockey, and baseball. His forward-thinking perspectives are grounded in a solid academic foundation, including a B.S. in Aeronautical Computer Science and an M.S. in Project Management. This combination of sports passion and technical knowledge fuels Matt's innovative input to the platform.