Tyrese Haliburton Over 22.5 Points
The Pacers are a completely different team when they have Haliburton in the lineup. Indiana is 2-11 without him but 27-26 with him. It is insane the impact this one player has on the team. They are a playoff contender with him, but without him, they are bidding for the number one overall draft pick.
Halliburton has been on a tear of late; he has averaged 28 points per game over his last five games. Talking on a Houston team that will have no answers for him, he could easily have 23 by halftime.
Rickard Rakell Under 3 Shots on Goal
Rickard Rakell has been extremely valuable to the Penguins this season. Three players on the Penguins have more points than Rakell this season, but his presence on the ice has helped open up the ice to give other guys more chances. That’s not to take anything away from Rakell, as his 44 points are nothing to scoff at.
Rakell is a precise player who only takes shots when advised. Rakell is meticulous; he has 21 goals in 63 games, averaging exactly three goals per game. In the past month, he has taken more than three shots just three times. This is a great, safe play.
Bo Horvat Over 2.5 Shots on Goal
The addition of Bo Horvat has uplifted this entire New York squad. The Islanders are 8-6 since Horvat joined the team, and half of their losses were OT Ls. This team is climbing up the standings, and they will be a hard out when Playoffs come around.
Horvat’s shots have been hard to predict as they have ranged from zero to seven since joining the Islanders; he’s averaging three shots per game with New York. This will be the third time he has faced the Penguins in the past month. His totals climbed each time he faced them, and three shots is not much to expect from the young stud.
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