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Dec 28, 10:30 PM | Oracle Arena
New York Knicks vs Golden State Warriors Odds
Bettors will be looking to hit pay dirt on Wednesday when the Warriors try to run the Knicks off the court at Oracle Arena in pro hoops action.
The Warriors bring a 1-1 record (1-1 ATS) to the battle against the 1-0 Knicks, who are 0-1 ATS. OVER/UNDER bettors have seen Golden State go 0-2 so far and the Knicks go 1-0.
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The Knicks claimed guard Jeremy Lin off waivers from the Rockets on Tuesday, giving the team another option at point guard while rookie Iman Shumpert nurses the sprained MCL he suffered opening day.With the Knicks' rookie potentially out two to four weeks, Lin is likely to see some minutes while part of Coach Mike D'Antoni's deeper rotations this season. He joins a group...
OAKLAND, Calif. — Jeremy Lin can identify with some Knicks fans. His favorite player growing up was Latrell Sprewell, who began his career with the Warriors.
“Best player on the hometown team,’’ said Lin, who grew up in Palo Alto, Calif., as a Warriors fan.
In his first full day as...
Warriors point guard Stephen Curry (sprained right ankle) will not play in Wednesday night's game against the New York Knicks.
Coach Mike D’Antoni all but said there was no chance of a return by Nate Robinson to an already banged-up Knicks team, instead suggesting that Mike Bibby would help fill a hole at guard.
DAN PIERINGER STATS Writer One game into their first full season with Carmelo Anthony and Amare Stoudemire, the New York Knicks have already accomplished something they failed to do last season.
With a win in their second game, they would achieve a feat that has eluded them for more than a decade.
After a promising opener, the Knicks look to start a season with consecutive wins...
Stephen Curry had 21 points and 10 assists, Monta Ellis scored 26 points and the Golden State Warriors beat the Chicago Bulls 99-91 on Monday, giving rookie coach Mark Jackson his first victory at any level.
OAKLAND, Calif. — Monta Ellis shook off a terrible first half to finish with 22 points and eight assists, Brandon Rush added 19 points off the bench and the Golden State Warriors beat the New York Knicks 92-78 on Wednesday night.
Playing without injured guard Stephen Curry, the Warriors led by...
Newly acquired swingman Rush is wasting little time making a good impression on Golden State, Jackson