Donte DiVincenzo Under 11.5 Pts (-108 DK)

DiVincenzo has had a great second half of the season and has provided some great sparks with his three-point shooting, but his volume has been down this series only taking eight three-point attempts or less in all five games so far. On top of all that he has played 28 or less minutes in four of the five games as well, including 25.7 minutes in the last game that had overtime. In game five he had little room to work with to get clean shots off watching the film. He only played 16 seconds of overtime after picking up a quick foul, but that was only his third foul the entire game. This is now back to back games where he is not closing in the fourth quarter (last five minutes of the game) and overall it is three games he has not closed as they rather go with Miles McBride to close. When McBride is on the court, DiVincenzo is averaging only 8 points per 36 minutes this series along with the second lowest usage rate on the team with Mitchell Robinson being the only player with a worse usage rate with McBride on the court. When he has played between 20-30 minutes with Brunson and Anunoby playing, he is under in 8 of 14 games this season. But when you factor in taking 8 three-point attempts or less, he’s gone under in 8 of 10 games. The 76ers are trying to avoid doubling Brunson off DiVincenzo. They’ve tried to use a lot of handoffs with Hartenstein to get him going and it’s turned into some good looks but also some tough shots as well. If he starts off cold again, they may look for other options possibly or just not use him offensively as this is a critical closeout game they need to take care of tonight.

Mitchell Robinson Under 4.5 Pts (-128 FD)

Robinson relies heavily on putbacks and with the 76ers continuing to put an emphasis on crashing the boards, he has not gone over this line since Game 1. 46% of his points during the regular season came off putbacks and during the playoffs he has a 59% frequency. Noting how the 76ers want to crash the boards, he is only scoring 0.70 points per possession on these putbacks. He has zero offensive game and when they want to get a big man involved, it is going to be Hartenstein. He is still banged up with an injury and since that big game in Game 1, he has seen his minutes reduced to 18 and 25 (I did not include his injured game where he missed the second half). In games without Julius Randle playing 18-27 minutes, he’s gone under in 4 of 6 games. He is used as a screen setter in the pick & roll but is not used as a scorer when he rolls to the basket.