Underdog Fantasy NBA Picks: Monday, October 25

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There’s a chance that you’ve heard of Underdog Fantasy. Whether it’s their infamous best ball fantasy drafts or their pick ’em prop challenges, Underdog has something for everyone. This article will focus on the second part of that, uncovering some of the best Underdog Fantasy NBA Picks for the robust slate on Monday, October 25.

The process is simple:

  • Create an account on Underdog Fantasy.
  • Use the promo code PROP to claim an extra $10 on your first deposit.
  • Go to the Pick ’em Games.
  • Make two or more selections to receive a correlated payout of 3x, 6x, 10x, 20x.
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It’s pretty fun, and Underdog Fantasy is available in most states except for the following: Arizona, Connecticut, Hawaii, Idaho, Nevada, Louisiana, Montana, Washington, Delaware, and Iowa.

With that, let’s take a look at some Underdog Fantasy NBA picks to get you started for Monday, Oct. 25.

Indiana PF Domantas Sabonis: UNDER 20.5 Points

  • When looking at Domantas Sabonis’ BetPrep player page, you can see that he’s performed well under his expected 20.5 point total.
  • Now that the Indiana Pacers have more scorers, less is required of Sabonis, which is why his point total is so low.
  • He’s playing the Milwaukee Bucks, pitting him against an incredible defender, Giannis Antetokounmpo.

Milwaukee PG George Hill: OVER 6.5 Points

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  • George Hill has taken a more prominent role in the Milwaukee offense with Jrue Holiday out.
  • He scored 15 points in the Bucks’ last game against San Antonio.
  • He has scored over seven points in 180 of his last 214 games and, with Holiday out, has a chance to repeat his 15-point performance.

Charlotte SF Gordon Hayward: UNDER 18.5 Points

  • Although Hayward averages over 18 points usually, Charlotte’s facing the Boston Celtics, which is a tough matchup.
  • This places him against Jayson Tatum, one of the better defenders in the NBA.
  • The Hornets will likely try to work the ball away from Tatum, which will inevitably curb Gordon Hayward’s point total.

Boston C Enes Kanter: OVER 7.5 Rebounds

  • On average, Enes Kanter claims over ten rebounds per game.
  • Boston clearly needs rebounding in order to win games which means Kanter will likely see more time on the court.
  • The Charlotte Hornets take a lot of shots meaning Kanter will have even more chances to snag rebounds.

Atlanta PF Danilo Gallinari: OVER 3.5 Rebounds

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  • Gallinari averages nearly five rebounds per game, and the Atlanta Hawks will rely on him to snag more.
  • Gallinari is a vital part of the Hawks’ offense, which usually sees him on the court.
  • The Pistons have a poor shooting percentage which equals more missed shots and more opportunities for Danilo to get rebounds.

Indiana SF Chris Duarte: OVER 2.5 Assists

  • Although Duarte has only gone over his expected assists total once, he’s seeing a lot more time on the court these days.
  • With Caris LeVert out, Duarte should have more time on the court against the Milwaukee Bucks. This will give him more chances to land assists.
  • The main focus of the Pacers is going to be off-ball scoring. A lot of flashing plays and screens to get players open. This will lead to Duarte working the ball to the open man, which leads to assists.