Enes Kanter (C, Oklahoma City Thunder)
Kanter is averaging 11.9 ppg with 55.1% from the field and 85.1% from the free throw line, which is a slight improvement from his career average. His team, Oklahoma City Thunder have started the season with 6 wins out of 7 matches played, but now they are positioned in the middle of Western Conference table, with 0.556. On the positive note, they have bounced back from 3 game losing streak, with a win in overtime against Denver Nuggets (129:132) and are now on 2 game winning streak. Kater and his team will face off against Knicks in the upcoming fixture and the question is; will he be able to repeat his performances from last 5 games, when he averaged 11.8 pts? To be fair I don’t believe that will happen. Kanter was able to play decent in his previous matches but not good enough to convince me. The prediction of under 12.5 points has a great value on it.
Prediction: Enes Kanter Under 12.5 points
DeMarcus Cousins ( C, Sacramento Kings)
It would be hard to argue that DeMarcus Cousins isn’t the most impactful player in the Sacramento Kings this season. He is averaging 28.3 ppg with 47,2 FG% and even does some work from afar, with 40.8% from behind the arc. Cousins truly is a machine, which he showed in his previous match against Brooklyn Nets when he scored 37pts. Kings are going to be playing Washington tonight in a 2nd consecutive road game. Cousins had an excellent night, but he had to work hard to do so. So I expect fatigue to affect the Kings star player. He will probably still leave his mark in that match, but I don’t see him passing the 30 point mark.
Prediction: DeMarcus Cousins Under 29.5 points
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