New York Knicks vs. Toronto Raptors Saturday Game Preview, TV Schedule and Betting Line
The New York Knicks tip off against the Toronto Raptors tonight, and if you are feeling deja vu then you are not alone. Basically wrote an article with the same title yesterday except Saturday was inter-changed with Friday.
This one tips off at 7 PM EST, and think definitely going to go with the home team no matter what the line is (-6); that is because small forward Carmelo Anthony will not be playing, which will be a major freaking issue for the Knicks whose season is knife-blade close to slipping into complete despair. The Raptors, on the other hand, have to be pretty pleased with theri position in the Eastern conference so far and we may just be looking at a fringe playoff team here. If you were looking for the Tv info for that one, then look no further.
TV: MSG, TSN2, DTV: 634, 752
Amazingly the Raptors would be the fourth seed in the East if the season ended today, and have home court advantage in the first round despite having only a 12-15 record. Just incredible. The words of Mike Woodson after the game were probably not all that comforting for Knicks fans either.
“I wish I knew,” Woodson said about what happened. “We just didn’t make shots.”
When your head coach has no clue what is going, that is usually not a good sign, just to paint it mildly for anyone out there with a real sensitive sensibility. Yeah, this one will probably not be all that entertaining, but will still check out the highlights afterwards regardless. Just trying to strap my boots on every day, and get it done for my readers. Couple more previews coming your way tonight, and then going to go have dinner with the lovely family of Dr. Lucas Merrill Brown. Peace.
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