Basketball Betting – New York Knicks at Charlotte Bobcats

Basketball betting on the game between the New York Knicks and Charlotte Bobcats on Tuesday should be very competitive as both teams try to get a win.

When the Knicks get victories it is usually because of their offense while the few wins the Bobcats get in pro basketball betting are because of their defense.

Basketball betting trends show that the teams have split their last 10 meetings. The Bobcats are 7-3 against the pro basketball betting number in those games. At Charlotte, the Bobcats have won three of the last four games against New York as basketball betting numbers show.

The Knicks have been led by Al Harrington since getting him in the trade with Golden State. Harrington is averaging more than 20 points per game as basketball betting stats indicate. The problem for New York is a defense that is right near the bottom of the league as basketball betting statistics have it. Sometimes the Knicks are able to outscore opponents though and get wins against the basketball betting pointspread.

Charlotte is almost an exact opposite of New York in terms of offense/defense as basketball betting stats have it. They can’t score enough on a regular basis, but they play excellent defense as basketball betting stats show. They have been in the Top 5 in the league in defense most of the season as pro basketball betting stats have it, but their offense is at the bottom of the league. Since trading Jason Richardson to the Suns the Bobcats don’t have anyone that really threatens on the offensive end on a consistent basis or can impact the basketball odds.

Three of the last four games between the two teams have gone over the basketball betting total. The game earlier this season in New York also went under the pro basketball betting total as the Knicks won 101-98.

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