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Cameron Payne O8.5 points (+100) -- PointsBet, 1:00 PM CT
Ken Crites: Cameron Payne plays better when he has the support of the home crowd. Over 48 regular season games, he shot 37.0 percent from the field on the road, but 46.3 percent at home. And as a starter, he averaged 14.9 points per game. Of course, most of those starts were without KD in the lineup. What we learned from Game 5 is that Durant and Booker are running out of gas. Someone else has to step up for the Suns, especially if DeAndre Ayton (ribs) doesn't play. Playing fast, small ball should help Payne's game. Payne has had some stinkers in this series, but I'm betting he's due to return to regular season form.
Jayson Tatum + Jaylen Brown to each score 25+ points (+133) -- FanDuel Sportsbook, 1:00 PM CT
Michael Gillow: Jayson Tatum is averaging 26.6 points per game in this series, including a seven-point outing, while Jaylen Brown is averaging 23.6 points. However, with Boston's backs against the wall, I expect the Celtics to lean into their star players to carry the scoring load. Especially considering Brown is shooting 57.1 percent from the field and 42.9 percent from three across the first five games against the 76ers, he should see an uptick in volume.
James Harden O15.5 AST+REB (+100) -- DraftKings Sportsbook, 1:00 PM CT
Nick Whalen: For most of the series, this number has been set at 14.5, but even at 15.5 I like the value for a player who's gone over 15.5 in each of the last three games. Harden is plenty capable of racking up counting stats under any circumstance, but I look at this as somewhat of a hedge if you think he has another quiet night as a scorer. In the 29 games this season (regular season and playoffs) in which Harden has failed to reach 20 points, he's tallied at least 16 AST+REB in 19 of them.