Sportsbook Page – Knicks Winning and Covering

December 29, 2010 Sportsbook

With Dallas, Miami and Boston rolling along with big winning streaks you might have missed the one by the New York Knicks.

The Knicks head into a home contest against Boston on Wednesday night having won eight in a row.  It will be a great game on Wednesday that will get attention on the sportsbook page with the Celtics coming in having won 10 straight while the Knicks have won eight in a row.

Amar’e Stoudemire
The MVP in the NBA so far this season has been Amar’e Stoudemire.  He has earned every bit of his big money contract so far.  Stoudemire is going everything for New York including scoring almost at will. He is averaging 26. 2 points per game and has scored 30 points or more in eight straight games.

Knicks 16-9 SU, 17-7-1 ATS
New York has won eight straight and has covered seven of the eight against the odds at the sportsbook page.  Not only has New York won eight straight, they have won 13 of their last 14.  The eight-game winning streak is their best since 1994-95. New York gets tested this week with games against Boston and Miami.

Raymond Felton
We mentioned how great Stoudemire has been and there is no denying he is the MVP so far this season but he is getting help.  Raymond Felton is playing a very high level at point guard and Danilo Gallinari looks good as well.  Not to be left out is Wilson Chandler who had 27 points in the win over Denver. Getting back to Felton, he is eighth in the league in assists at 8.7 per game and he is also averaging 18.6 points per game. Those are All-Star numbers. Gallinari is averaging 15 points per game while Chandler is averaging 17 per game.  And Landry Fields may have been the steal of the NBA Draft.

This Week
We mentioned the game on Wednesday as the Knicks are home against Boston.  One winning streak is going to come to an end on Wednesday as the Celtics have won 10 straight while New York has won eight straight.  If the Knicks can win that game vs. the odds at the offshore sportsbook then they would host the red-hot Miami Heat who had won eight in a row before Monday’s game vs. New Orleans. New York will then go to Cleveland on Saturday and they will likely be favored in NBA odds at Sbg global to win that contest.