NBA playoffs prop bets: 10 props for Celtics-Bucks Game 6

Can the Celtics extend the series in Milwaukee? Make your predictions for the game here!

The Boston Celtics face a must-win scenario on the road in Game 6, as the defending champion Milwaukee Bucks eye a return to the Eastern Conference Finals.

Friday’s game will begin at 7:30 p.m. ET on ESPN.

Before the game tips off, make your picks on the top prop bets for the Celtics-Bucks showdown at Fiserv Forum.

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NBA playoffs prop bets: 10 props for Celtics-Bucks Game 5

Make your prop bet predictions for Game 5 of the Celtics-Bucks series.

The Boston Celtics host the defending champion Milwaukee Bucks on Wednesday night for a pivotal Game 5 with the series tied 2-2.

Wednesday’s game will begin at 7 p.m. ET on TNT.

Before the game tips off, make your picks on the top prop bets for the Celtics-Bucks showdown at TD Garden.

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Celtics vs. Bucks series predictions: Breaking down the second-round matchup

Answering the biggest questions ahead of the Celtics-Bucks series.

The Boston Celtics and Milwaukee Bucks will meet in the playoffs with a spot in the 2022 Eastern Conference Finals on the line. Jayson Tatum and the Celtics’ stifling defense shut down the Brooklyn Nets in the first round, and Boston completed an impressive four-game sweep over Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving.

Milwaukee, the defending NBA champion, eased past the overmatched Chicago Bulls in just five games, a series that ended with three blowout Bucks victories perhaps presaging the uptick in difficulty Milwaukee will present. The Celtics and Bucks split the regular-season series 2-2, with the home team winning every game.

How with the Celtics-Bucks series play out? Here are our predictions for seven series prop bets ahead of Game 1 on Sunday.

Boston Celtics prop bets: 11 props for Celtics vs. Nets Game 2

Will Jaylen Brown outscore Kyrie Irving in Game 2? Make your predictions for the game here and see if other fans agree with your picks!

Boston’s first-round series with the Brooklyn Nets will continue on Wednesday night as Jayson Tatum and the Celtics look to take a 2-0 lead before heading to Brooklyn.

Wednesday’s game will begin at 7 p.m. ET on TNT. You can see our prediction and best bet for the game here.

Before the game tips off, make your picks on the top prop bets for the Celtics-Nets showdown at TD Garden.

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Boston Celtics ranked 3rd-most likely winner of East Finals in 2022 playoffs per Tipico

They will likely have the toughest path to them if they succeed, however.

The Boston Celtics are looking like a solid bet to finish out the postseason representing the NBA’s Eastern Conference in the 2022 NBA Finals according to new odds released by Tipico Sportsbook US. The Sports Betting Provider of USA TODAY sites sees the Celtics as the third most likely bet to represent the East in the Finals at +425 to win out as Eastern Conference champions, with only the Milwaukee Bucks (+240) and Brooklyn Nets (+320) posting better odds to win the conference.

Boston is followed fairly closely by the Miami Heat (+480) and Philadelphia 76ers (+500), with the Toronto Raptors (+2,000),  Chicago Bulls (+3,000),  Atlanta Hawks (+5,000),  and Charlotte Hornets (+10,000) trailing considerably further behind in odds projections.

Currently in the East’s second seed and awaiting the winner of the seven – eight play-in game for their first-round opponent, it is not unlikely the Celtics will have the toughest path of any contender to hanging a banner.

To do so, they may need to play not only the two teams with better odds to win it all (Milwaukee and Brooklyn) in Tipico’s estimation, but also the team next after them (Miami) to make it to the Finals.

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Celtics vs. Pacers: 5 prop bets for Monday’s game

Make your prop bet predictions for Monday’s Celtics vs. Pacers game.

The Boston Celtics snapped a two-game losing streak with a dominant performance at home against the Knicks on Saturday, and they’ll now move ahead to a home-and-home series against the Indiana Pacers.

Monday’s game will begin at 7:30 p.m. ET on NBC Sports Boston and Bally Sports Indiana. The teams will meet again in Indianapolis on Wednesday.

Before the game tips off, make your picks on the top prop bets for the Celtics-Pacers showdown at TD Garden.

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Celtics at Knicks: 7 prop bets for Thursday’s game

Make your prop bet predictions for Thursday’s nationally televised Celtics vs. Knicks game.

The Boston Celtics and New York Knicks will meet for the third time this season on Thursday night, and the two Eastern Conference rivals have split the opening two matchups. The Celtics are playing the second night of a back-to-back after falling in a close game at home to the Spurs, 99-97.

Thursday’s game will begin at 7:30 p.m. ET on TNT.

Before the game tips off, make your picks on the top prop bets for the Celtics-Knicks showdown at Madison Square Garden.

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Celtics-Spurs: Five prop bets for Wednesday’s game

Celtics Wire presents five proposition bets for the Boston-San Antonio game on Wednesday.

Don’t look now, but the Boston Celtics might be building some momentum.

The Celtics (18-19) have won two games in a row and have to feel good after watching Jaylen Brown produce a 50-point effort Sunday against Orlando. Boston will look to build on that momentum and match the team’s longest winning streak of the season when it hosts the San Antonio Spurs (14-22) at 7:30 p.m. EST Wednesday at TD Garden.

Jayson Tatum, Boston’s leading scorer at 25.6 points per game, is expected to be back in the lineup Wednesday after a second bout with COVID-19.

The Celtics are 7½-point favorites over the Spurs, according to Tipico Sportsbook.

With all that in mind, Celtics Wire presents five proposition bets for Wednesday’s Celtics-Spurs matchup:

Celtics vs. Suns: 5 prop bets for New Year’s Eve

Will Jaylen Brown outscore Devin Booker on New Year’s Eve?

The Boston Celtics will try to close 2021 with a win at home on New Year’s Eve, but they’ll be underdogs against one of the best teams in the NBA. The Phoenix Suns have the joint-best record in the NBA at 27-7, and have the second-best away record in the league at 11-3.

Friday’s game will begin at 1 ET on NBC Sports Boston and Bally Sports Arizona (Suns).

Before the game tips off, make your picks on the top prop bets for the Celtics-Suns showdown at TD Garden.

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Celtics vs. Clippers: 5 prop bets for Wednesday’s game

Will Jaylen Brown lead all scorers in Wednesday’s Celtics vs. Clippers game?

Without Jayson Tatum, the Celtics fell to the Timberwolves on Monday to lose a second consecutive game, but they’ll have a chance to bounce back against an equally short-handed Clippers team on Wednesday night at home.

Wednesday’s game will begin at 7:30 ET on NBC Sports Boston and Bally Sports SoCal (Clippers).

Before the game tips off, make your picks on the top prop bets for the Celtics-Clippers showdown at TD Garden.

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