Oklahoma City Thunder vs. New York Knicks: Knicks Look To Snap 3-Game Skid

December 22nd, 2010 by Jack Jones Leave a reply »
The New York Knicks will look to avoid losing four in a row when they host the Oklahoma City Thunder tonight. After failing to come away with a win against the Celtics and Heat, New York then went on the road and lost to the Cavaliers 109-102 in overtime.

The Knicks, however, have had plenty of time to rest up for the Thunder, as this will be their first game in the last four days. The Thunder won 99-81 last night at Charlotte, and have now won six of their last seven and are tied with the Jazz on top the NBA Northwest.

This is the first time these two teams have met this season. Looking at the NBA spreads for tonight's games, the oddsmakers have the Knicks favored by just one point over the Thunder at home.

While the Knicks come in well rested, this is the Thunder's third game in the last four days. It will be interesting to see if they have the energy required to play at a high level with the Knicks tonight.

Oklahoma City struggled with the Bobcats for three quarters. They actually trailed by one going into the fourth, but a 31-12 run in the final period was the difference. While Charlotte couldn't buy a basket late, a ...

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