PrizePicks Picks – 2/27/23

RJ Davis Under 16.5 Points

RJ Davis is averaging 16/5/3 this season. Mandatory Credit: Matt Cashore-USA TODAY Sports

This is a wild line for RJ Davis.

The Tar Heels travel to Tallahassee to take on the Seminoles for the first time this season. It’s an odd trend, but the home team has won in the last eight meetings between these teams — just a stat straight bettors may want to know.

As for Davis, the Junior has been stellar this season, but this line is far too high. Davis has scored 17+ points just twice in his last nine games; he scored 17 on Clemson and 23 on Miami. So he is not even capable of blowing that number up; at worst, he edges it out. This is a great, safe play for PrizePicks players.

David Pastrnak Under 1 Point

David Pastrnak has recorded 79 points this season. Mandatory Credit: Paul Rutherford-USA TODAY Sports

Pastrnak has been on a tear recently; the winger has had three multi-point games in his last six. He has been a stud all season for Boston, but he has a challenge today, heading to Alberta to take on a red-hot Oilers squad. Edmonton hit a stumble last time out visiting Columbus, but they will bounce back today at home.

It will be hard to hold Pastrnak to under one point, but they shouldn’t have any trouble keeping him to less than two. Bettors will see a push at worst on this one.

Jayson Tatum Under 31.5 Points

Jayson Tatum is averaging 30/9/5 this season. Mandatory Credit: Petre Thomas-USA TODAY Sports

I touched on this in my NBA Best Bets article; this is another total that is too high.

Tatum has been playing great ball lately, but he is mostly scoring 30+ points against lower-tier teams. Today the Celtics head to New York to take on a Kicks team that has been playing exceptionally well lately. It will be a challenge for both teams, and Tatum should have a solid game, but he will score less than 31 points.



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