NCAA Basketball Championship Game DFS Prop Picks – PrizePicks

Hello once again everyone! Welcome to more college basketball tournament action on PrizePicks. Our friends over at PrizePicks have a TON of great props we can look to take advantage of. With the championship here, the stakes hit their highest point.

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Final Four DFS Props for PrizePicks

Caleb Love over 16.5 points. Besides, the Brady Manek free square of 0.5 points, there is the more challenging Caleb Love prop. It is surprising that Love’s prop has mostly stayed steady. The 28 points against Duke was not a surprise. It was that second half outburst that scares people and Kansas. The Jayhawks can be a bit vulnerable defensively to a slasher who can shoot from the perimeter. Yes, Love can get cold but he can heat up just as fast. There is a potential that the North Carolina guard could do it again on Monday.

Ochai Agbaji over 16.5 points. The hope is that the Kansas guard shoots more than eight times from the field on Monday. The Jayhawks had one big push early and Villanova never recovered. That resulted in Agbaji being more of a defensive stopper than anything else. It was odd. He did little else other than those six three-point shots. This is where David McCormack riding and his 11.5 point prop from him. That is even more wise especially if Armando Bacot is not 100% in any way. Think about this. Now, this is not the Manek free square boost but it is reasonable.

Armando Bacot under 39.5 Fantasy Score. The injury late against Duke is the big motivator here. Even if the power forward looked okay, that adrenaline makes his health a question mark. Armando Bacot went 11-21 and did little else. There is just this feeling that too much hesitation exists to think 40 points for a fantasy score is viable. Also, the “4” fouled out very late in the game. The argument there was that Bacot’s mobility was limited. If that truly is the case, then taking it under again may just work once again.

Christian Braun over 26.2 Fantasy Score. The prop stayed steady and we slid with the under and got lucky on Saturday as Kansas routed Villanova. When the Jayhawks went up by too many points, the fantasy score was bound to not rise too much above 25 and that is where it stayed thanks to the late two turnovers. Braun can put up a few points but he can block shots and get some rebounds. He may have an increased chance against a slower Bacot on Monday. It is a risk worth taking. Braun underperformed by a good margin. That likely does not happen in the title game. Take the over.

Dajuan Harris Jr. over 14.5 Fantasy Score. This is one that should not happen but Harris found a way to hit on Saturday and managed to get 30 minutes of playing time. If he gets anywhere close to that again, Dajuan Harris Jr. can shoot from the perimeter better than most expect. He is a fast and speedy guard who can get a few steals and even blocks shots occasionally as well. It is those peripherals that make this prop worthwhile. This is a Jayhawk prop we will risk and go with the over on Monday night.

Some others to eye up:

One of the more fun picks could be Brady Manek over 2.5 three-pointers made. Collin Gillespie will likely hover near the under but Manek can catch fire much like Love. They make for an interesting duo that needs to drain shots early to keep Kansas honest. Manek has 3 or more three-pointers made in five straight and eight of his last nine games. Risk the over.

Finally, do not forget about Agbaji here. His prop from him is just two three-pointers made. That is an even one to mark and pick the over there too. Good luck everyone and as hard as it is to believe, this is it for the 2021-22 college basketball season.

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