Tons of NBA Props Tonight – January 3


There are 12 NBA games tonight and that means a lot of NBA props on the board. Here at Sports Hub, many of our expert handicappers offer NBA props picks for our members. There are some cappers that specialize and bet primarily on props bets in all sports. With the final week of the NFL season coming this weekend, there will be plenty of NFL props available too.

Tons of NBA Props Tonight - January 3
Check out today’s best NBA props

The most popular of the NBA props are all the statistics-based props. Bettors love to wager on point, rebound, assist, and block totals. With scoring being king in the NBA, the points prop is the most popular for NBA bettors. In tonight’s late-night TV game, bettors can take a shot at LeBron James’ points prop in the Heat-Lakers game. James’ total is 27.5 and bettors can wager on the Over at -115 odds and the Under at -111. That’s just the tip of iceberg.

Why Bet NBA Props

Betting on NBA props is something different than the standard moneyline, spread, and totals bets. They add a layer of excitement to any game and keep bettors locked into the action. As I mentioned, the more popular NBA props are those related to statistics. There are both individual and team props in this category.

Individual NBA props include betting on a player’s total points, rebounds, assists, steals, or blocks. There are also combination bets like the PRA wager. Bettors bet the Over or Under on a player’s Points + Rebounds + Assists total. There are also NBA props for 10+ points, 20+ points, and more. Bettors wager on a player to score at least 10, 20, or more points.

Tons of NBA Props Tonight - January 3
Heat-Lakers PRA prop tonight

There are also a number of team NBA props. You can bet on the first team to score 10 or 20 points in a game, for example. Then, there are simple Yes/No props like Will There Be Overtime? There are NBA props on the board each night that are not related to player performance. The bottom line is that betting NBA props is fun and it can be very lucrative.

Top 3 Clean Sweep for Sports Hub Cappers

It was a clean sweep by our Sports Hub expert handicappers yesterday. Nos. 1, 2, and 3 on yesterday’s leaderboard were all Sports Hub experts. The trio combined to go 10-1 and earn $890 in profits. It’s likely to happen again tomorrow. Our cappers already have dozens of NBA and college basketball picks in the database. You may even find some NBA props in there…just sayin’.

Let’s look at yesterday’s leaderboard.

  • Al Grant: Al was a perfect 3-0 yesterday, hitting two college basketball picks and one NBA pick. With $300 in winnings, Al is now up $1023 for the last 30 days. Al has won 58.1 percent of his 86 bets over the last month. He’s got one college basketball pick in the system for today. Check throughout the day for more from Al.
  • Jimmy Liu: Like Al, Jimmy also went 3-0 yesterday. And, like Al, Jimmy also hit on two college basketball picks and one in the NBA. He also earned $300, which puts him up $2258 for the last 30 days. 
Tons of NBA Props Tonight - January 3
Sports Hub cappers sweep the top-3!
  • Bill Blatt: Over the last month, Bill has been one of our hottest handicappers. Yesterday, he went 4-1. His only loss came when the Rangers lost to the Hurricanes in the NHL. Bill earned $290 yesterday which gives him a total of $2106 for the last 30 days. He is No. 2 on the 30-day leaderboard, having won 60.48 percent of his 124 picks. 
  • Computer Picks: Our legendary Computer Picks, which have won at a 59 percent clip over the past four-plus years, got in on the action last night. Our AI-generated picks went 9-5 and won $185 yesterday. Over the last seven days, Computer Picks is No. 2 on the NBA leaderboard with $670 in winnings. For the last month, CP is up $1335. 

Wednesday’s Trending Sports

Staying on top of what’s going on in the sports world can help any bettor. Our experts here at Sports Hub are always tuned into what’s happening with players, teams, etc. If you’re into NBA props, it pays to know that the Bulls’ Zach LaVine will be back in the lineup soon. 

Maybe you’re into NFL props. The Jets cut a certain veteran running back so that he might be able to sign with a team going to the playoffs. That’s some solid information to have as the NFL enters its postseason. There’s plenty more too.

Read on to see what’s trending in sports.

  1. Jets cut Cook: The Jets cut RB Dalvin Cook, who hasn’t really done much at all this season. He carried the ball just 67 times and gained 214 yards. New York signed Cook in the offseason to a 1-year deal with $7 million. Once Cook clears waivers, he’ll be eligible to sign with any other NFL team.
  2. Clark does it again: Caitlin Clark of Iowa is truly something to watch. Clark drilled a game-winning three-pointer last night from about 30 feet to lead the Hawkeyes to a 76-73 win over Michigan State. Clark finished with 40 points on 14-of-34 shooting.
  1. Worth mentioning: It’s not everyday a college basketball team wins by 141. Grambling University’s women’s team beat the College of Biblical Studies 159-18 last night. It was the largest margin of victory in the history of women’s Division I college basketball.
  2. Reporting:  With the whole Detroit Lions fiasco last week, the NFL has reminded teams and players to clearly report to the official that they will be an eligible receiver. Any player wearing a number between 50-79 or 90-99 must report to the referee in order to be an eligible receiver. Detroit’s Taylor Decker appeared to do exactly that in the Lions loss to Dallas last week. Referee Brad Allen instead declared Dan Skipper eligible and Decker’s two-point conversion catch was disallowed.

Plenty of NBA Props on Today’s Schedule

With a huge NBA schedule tonight, NBA props bettors will be salivating. There are a dozen games with each game having multiple NBA props bets. None of the 12 games have been taken off the board. The Hornets-Kings game was not available until later in the day. Interestingly, the Hornets were a +825 underdog on the moneyline. Charlotte won 111-104.

The NBA isn’t the only thing on tonight’s schedule. We’ve got a couple NHL games and the college basketball schedule is a big one. There is plenty to bet on tonight. What will you choose?

Here’s a look at tonight’s schedule.

  1. Get your NBA props: It’s Wednesday and that means an NBA doubleheader. The early game is on ABC and pits the Knicks against the Bulls. The late game is on ESPN and features Miami and the Los Angeles Lakers. There are 12 total games on the schedule tonight. That means a lot of NBA props on the betting board.
  1. Slow night in the NHL: There are only two NHL games on the schedule tonight. New Jersey is at Washington, which beat Pittsburgh last night 4-3. That game is on TNT. In the other game, Toronto is at Anaheim.
  2. Spanish La Liga: There are four La Liga matches today. None of the other top leagues in the world play today. Three leagues in Africa – the Ghanaian Premier League, Zambian Super League, and Ugandan Premier League – have matches today.
  3. College basketball is back: As mentioned yesterday, college basketball teams will dive into the meat of their conference schedules this month. It continues tonight with several dozen games. No. 23 Providence hosts Seton Hall in a Big East matchup. No. 16 Clemson plays at Miami in an ACC clash.
  4. Tennis: For the men, the Brisbane International, the ASB Classic and the Bank of China Hong Kong Tennis Open all continue today. The WTA Tour is playing both the Brisbane International and the ASB Classic as well as the Workday Canberra International.