Miami Heat versus New York Knicks NBA Pro Basketball Betting Preview

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With the Super Bowl scheduled over national television on Sunday afternoon the NBA has scheduled an outstanding matchup on Saturday night February 1st. LeBron James and the Miami Heat will travel to the Big Apple on Super Bowl weekend to battle Carmelo Anthony and the New York Knicks. The Heat and Knicks will get underway from Madison Square Garden in New York and ESPN TV will provide the coast to coast TV broadcast.

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The current NBA odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business have the road side Miami Heat favored by -5 points with an over under line set at 201 ½ points. Those who bet on the Miami Heat on the money line will lay -225 odds with the return on the New York Knicks at +185 odds on the money line.

Miami enters this game with in-season revenge as the New York Knicks defeated Miami 102-92 on January 9th in a game played at Madison Square Garden. A very interesting stat in this contest is the fact the New York Knicks has beaten the Miami Heat in four of their past five meetings. Both teams shot the ball extremely well in that meeting as Miami hit 54.4% from the floor and the Knicks connected on 53.7% from the field. Carmelo Anthony had 29 points on 12 of 24 shooting in the win. In defeat LeBron James had 32 points as he shot 12 of 17 from the floor. In the end the Knicks pulled down 11 more rebounds and Miami had a bad free throw shooting night as they connected on just 11 of 21 from the charity stripe. The New York Knicks in their current form have been a streaky team that has frustrated their fan base. They sit just 19-27 on the season and yet with this poor record are just one game behind the Charlotte Bobcats for the final playoff spot in the Eastern conference. Miami enters New York in an angry mood as they blow an 18 point first quarter lead in a 112-95 home defeat to Oklahoma City on Wednesday night.

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