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Aaron Gordon Goes Under? Monday’s Best NBA Prop (4/19)

  • My best NBA prop tonight (4/19) keys in on the PRA line for Nuggets forward Aaron Gordon 
  • His Nuggets are at home against the Memphis Grizzlies  — tip-off at 9:00 PM EST
  • The Nuggets are 7-point favorites in a game with a 227-point total

The grind continues, and we’re back in the saddle with my best NBA prop tonight. Aaron Gordon has been a welcome addition to a Nuggets team that had NBA title aspirations prior to losing star guard Jamal Murray due to a devastating knee injury.

They still boast the odds-on favorite for the MVP award and feature plenty of ancillary talent. Let’s jump in to the analysis. 

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Best NBA Prop for 4/19

Aaron Gordon UNDER 21.5 Points Rebounds and Assists (-105 @ Fanduel)

The newly acquired Nugget has been a jack of all trades since the deadline deal that brought him to Denver. Gordon is still adjusting to his new team as he transitions from a featured player to more of a complementary role. The former Wildcat is primarily tasked with guarding the opposing team’s best wing scorer and offensively isn’t asked to do much.

  • Since joining the Nuggets, Gordon has scored in double figures five times out of 11 games
  • He’s averaging only 18 PRA and is only attempting 8 shots a night, his lowest total since his sophomore campaign in the 15-16 season
  • In addition to the drop off in production, he hasn’t exceeded 26 minutes in Denver’s last three games

Gordon has only exceeded this total only once in his last seven games, averaging 9.8 points, 4.2 rebounds, and 2.4 assists over this span, good for only 16.4 PRA.

Blockin’ in Memphis

Gordon faces a Memphis team that ranks seventh in Defensive Efficiency. The Grizzlies have also been stingy on the prop front, holding opposing power forwards have under their PRA total 60% of the time this year.

Memphis will also be shorthanded tonight. Four rotation players are listed as questionable, and starting center Jonas Valanciunas has been declared out. This will also be the Grizzlies’ third game in four days, so I could also see a path to the under via blowout.


Between the blowout potential, minimal playing time, and Gordon just not being tasked with doing much offensively, I think he’ll have a hard time reaching his PRA total.

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