Skip to main content

Top 3 NBA All-Star Game Picks & Predictions (2024)

Top 3 NBA All-Star Game Picks & Predictions (2024)

The NBA All-Star Game offers a variety of prop bet options for those looking to bet on the fun exhibition game. Let’s take a look at our top picks.

Go premium to view top prop bets based on Cover Probability, Expected Value & Star Rating partner-arrow

Best 2024 NBA All-Star Game Prop Bets

Odds courtesy of FanDuel Sportsbook | All wagers are for 1 unit
By Jason Radowitz

Top 2024 NBA All-Star Game MVP Bet

Luka Doncic

This is Luka Doncic’s time to shine. He’s leading the league in scoring with 34.3 points per game. He’s also shooting 49.1% from the field and is a terrific rebounder and passer. He can do it all on the court.

Doncic is making his fifth All-Star Game appearance this year. At times, he’s taken a backseat to other players. However, he’s already playing with Nikola Jokic, who rarely shoots in the All-Star Game. He’s also playing with LeBron James and Kevin Durant, two players who have been playing in this game for over a decade.

With Doncic on the floor without Steph Curry, Devin Booker, and Anthony Edwards for most of the game, it feels like this is Doncic’s time to shine.

I’ve got the Western Conference winning this game because the Eastern Conference has two significant injuries, including Joel Embiid and Julius Randle. The Eastern Conference also has four players making their All-Star debuts this year.

Therefore, Luka Doncic at +1900 is an interesting one. Doncic needs to be a little more aggressive early if he wants it.

Bet: Luka Doncic (+1900)

Get the BettingPros App for iOS and Android now

Top 2024 NBA All-Star Game PrizePicks Player Prediction

Anthony Edwards Over 17.5 Points

Anthony Edwards was a bit shy in his first All-Star appearance last year. He played 17 minutes and scored 12 points with four rebounds and one assist.

It feels like he took a significant stride this season. He was the go-to guy with Team USA and will have his Minnesota head coach, Chris Finch, as the coach for this game. Trying to get shots up while Steph Curry and Devin Booker are on the floor might be challenging, but Edwards should be the better rebounder of the three and will go coast-to-coast off the rebounds.

I’m rocking with his Over here.

Check out the rest of our NBA betting advice

Top NBA All-Star Game Bet

Eastern Conference vs. Western Conference Spread

The Eastern Conference already has two All-Stars who will be unable to play in this game.

Joel Embiid was named the Eastern Conference’s starting center, but he won’t play. Meanwhile, Julius Randle was named as a reserve but is currently injured. Therefore, Trae Young and Scottie Barnes are now Eastern Conference All-Stars.

Meanwhile, Tyrese Maxey and Jalen Brunson are both reserves for the Eastern Conference. Maxey and Brunson are both dealing with injuries. While they will likely be ready for the All-Star Game, it’s still something to monitor.

The Eastern Conference will start Tyrese Haliburton, Damian Lillard, Giannis Antetokounmpo and Jayson Tatum. Bam Adebayo will likely start in place of Embiid, but that is yet to be confirmed. They’ll also have Doc Rivers coach the squad despite him only being a coach for a few weeks with Milwaukee.

On the other hand, LeBron James will make his 20th appearance in the NBA All-Star Game. Luka Doncic, Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, Kevin Durant and Nikola Jokic will join him as a starter on the Western Conference side.

The Western Conference has a lot of potential for scoring the ball. It’s not just the starters. But the bench has Devin Booker, Steph Curry and Anthony Edwards. The team doesn’t have a single player making its first All-Star Game. All of the Western Conference players have been there before.

On the other hand, the Eastern Conference has four players playing in their first All-Star Game.

Let’s back the Western Conference at -3.

Bet: Western Conference -3 (-114)

What are Player Props?
Player props refer to wagers that bettors can make based on player performance in a specific game. The majority of player props are built around the most common statistical benchmarks for a specific sport, such as yards and touchdowns in football. Most player props are straight over/under plays that open at or near -110 and are adjusted based on where the money lands. Examples of basketball player prop bets include over/under bets on points, assists, rebounds, three-pointers made, blocks, or steals.

Beyond our daily fantasy basketball content, be sure to check out our Daily Fantasy Basketball Tools. From our Lineup Optimizer – which allows you to build winning DFS lineups in seconds for Cash and GPP contests – to our DFS Cheat Sheets – which help you get a quick read on the day’s players – we’ve got you covered this fantasy basketball season.

NBA DFS Lineup Optimizer


Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Google Podcasts | RadioPublic | Breaker | Castbox | Pocket Casts

More Articles

Top 10 NBA PrizePicks Predictions: Sunday (4/14)

Top 10 NBA PrizePicks Predictions: Sunday (4/14)

fp-headshot by FantasyPros Staff | 1 min read
NBA Underdog Player Picks & Predictions: Sunday (4/14)

NBA Underdog Player Picks & Predictions: Sunday (4/14)

fp-headshot by FantasyPros Staff | 1 min read
NBA Player Prop Bet Odds, Picks & Predictions: Sunday (4/14)

NBA Player Prop Bet Odds, Picks & Predictions: Sunday (4/14)

fp-headshot by FantasyPros Staff | 2 min read
Friday’s NBA Sleeper Picks Player Predictions: Michael Porter Jr., LeBron James, Josh Hart (4/12)

Friday’s NBA Sleeper Picks Player Predictions: Michael Porter Jr., LeBron James, Josh Hart (4/12)

fp-headshot by Raju Byfield | 2 min read

About Author

Hide

Current Article

3 min read

Top 10 NBA PrizePicks Predictions: Sunday (4/14)

Next Up - Top 10 NBA PrizePicks Predictions: Sunday (4/14)

Next Article