NBA Finals Game 2 Player Props

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(TheSpread) – The 2013 NBA Finals get started later tonight. Here is a look at the player prop odds available for Game 2 of the series.

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Game 2 of the NBA Finals features the Miami Heat hosting the San Antonio Spurs at 8PM ET, with the Spurs leading the series, 1-0. According to oddsmakers at Bovada.lv, the Heat are the favorite in the game, as they have odds of -6 points against the Spurs, and the over/under total has been set at 187.5 points. When it comes to players in this game, the spotlight will be on Tony Parker of the Spurs and Chris Bosh of the Heat.

For Parker, he has been given over/under odds of 21.5 points for tonight’s game. Parker was the hero for the Spurs in Game 1, scoring 21 points on 9 of 18 shooting. Parker had the key basket late in the game as the shot clock expired, giving San Antonio the four-point lead in the closing seconds. When it comes to the playoffs, Parker is averaging 22.9 points per game for San Antonio. He has scored at least 22 points in seven of the 15 playoff games. Parker is currently shooting 47.7 percent in the postseason, but he has shot 50 percent or better in three straight games.

Bosh will be a focal point of this game because of Miami’s need for him to be more physical than he was in Game 1. For Game 2, Bosh has been given over/under odds of 6 rebounds. The 6-11 forward is averaging 6.5 rebounds per game in the playoffs thus far. In Game 1, Bosh pulled down just five rebounds. He has had at least 6 rebounds in eight of Miami’s 17 playoff games this year, but he has only done that one time in his last eight games.

Bet on NBA Finals Player Prop Odds

For the player prop odds available for Game 2 of the NBA Finals, see below.

NBA Finals Game 2 Odds

701 San Antonio Spurs +6 (187.5)

702 Miami Heat -6

Player to score the first point

LeBron James (Heat) +350

Tony Parker (Spurs) +450

Tim Duncan (Spurs) +550

Dwyane Wade (Heat) +650

Chris Bosh (Heat) +800

Kawhi Leonard (Spurs) +900

Mario Chalmers (Heat) +1100

Danny Green (Spurs) +1200

Tiago Splitter (Spurs) +1400

Udonis Haslem (Heat) +1800

Player to make the first 3-point field goal

Danny Green (Spurs) +400

LeBron James (Heat) +400

Kawhi Leonard (Spurs) +600

Tony Parker (Spurs) +800

Mario Chalmers (Heat) +800

Chris Bosh (Heat) +1000

Manu Ginobili (Spurs) +1000

Ray Allen (Heat) +1500

Dwyane Wade (Heat) +1800

Matt Bonner (Spurs) +2000

Norris Cole (Heat) +2000

Gary Neal (Spurs) +2000

Shane Battier (Heat) +3000

Individual Prop Odds

Total points for Tony Parker (Spurs): Over/Under 21.5

Total assists for Parker: Over/Under 6.5

Total 3-point field goals made for Parker: Over/Under 0.5

Total made free throws for Parker: Over/Under 4.5

Total points+rebounds for Tim Duncan (Spurs): Over/Under 31

Total field goal attempts for Duncan: Over/Under 16

Total made free throws for Duncan: Over/Under 4

Total points+rebounds for Kawhi Leonard (Spurs): Over/Under 19.5

What will Leonard do first: Make a 3 (+140) Miss a 3 (-180)

Total points+assists for Manu Ginobili (Spurs): Over/Under 16.5

Total 3-point field goals made for Ginobili: Over/Under 1.5

Total made free throws for Ginobili: Over/Under 3.5

Total points+rebounds+assists for Danny Green (Spurs): Over/Under 15.5

Total points+rebounds for Tiago Splitter (Spurs): Over/Under 11.5

Total points for LeBron James (Heat): Over/Under 29

Total rebounds+assists for James: Over/Under 16.5

Total 3-point field goals missed for James: Over/Under 2.5

Total made free throws for James: Over/Under 6.5

Total points+rebounds for Dwayne Wade (Heat): Over/Under 21.5

Total assists for Wade: Over/Under 4.5

Total made free throws for Wade: Over/Under 4

Total points for Chris Bosh (Heat): Over/Under 14.5

Total rebounds for Bosh: Over/Under 6

Total blocked shots for Bosh: Over/Under 1.5

Total points+rebounds for Udonis Haslem (Heat): Over/Under 8

Total points+assists for Mario Chalmers (Heat): Over/Under 12.5

Total 3-point field goals made for Chalmers: Over/Under 1.5

Total points+rebounds+assists for Ray Allen (Heat): Over/Under 13

What will Allen do first: Make a 3 (+130) Miss a 3 (-160)

Total points for Norris Cole (Heat): Over/Under 6

Total points+rebounds+blocked shots for Chris Andersen (Heat): Over/Under 10.5

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