San Antonio Spurs at New York Knicks NBA Pro Basketball Betting Preview

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The San Antonio Spurs will be in a difficult spot as they face the New York Knicks in pro basketball action on Thursday January 3rd. The Spurs and Knicks will begin at 7:30PM Eastern Time from Madison Square Garden in NYC and you can catch the game on the NBA League Pass Channel.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the New York Knicks favored by -1 point and the over under is set at 205 points.

The Spurs travels to Madison Square Garden playing outstanding basketball. The team has won seven straight games and they win at Milwaukee last night by the score of 117-100 and covering the spread as a -5 ½ point betting favorite. They have been a scoring machine as the Spurs have scored over 100 points in their past six games and the Spurs are the top scoring team in the NBA with 106 points scored per game. San Antonio shoots the ball very well as they make nearly 49% of their shots season to date. This figures to be a tough spot for San Antonio as the play the back end of a back to back and will be playing their fourth game in five games and has faced travel in their past three games. The question going into this game is whether or not Spurs head coach Greg Popovich will rest his players tonight? He has done it in the past and probably will limit the minutes of Tim Duncan, Tony Parker and others tonight. It would not be wise to send them home or not play them but Popovich could avoid a fine by just limiting their time on the court. New York tries to rebound following a 105-100 home defeat to the Portland Trailblazers and failing to cover as a -9 ½ point favorite. Since losing point guard Raymond Felton the Knicks have struggled on the defensive end of the court. They have allowed 100 or more points to three of their past four opponents. Carmelo Anthony returned to the lineup on Tuesday with 45 points. Amare Stoudemire made his season debut coming off the bench with 6 points and 1 rebound in over 16 minutes of play.

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