Knicks vs. Hornets NBA Betting Odds, Picks, Preview: Sharps Target Friday Night Matchup
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- The Knicks are short road favorites against the Hornets on Friday, and professional bettors are taking notice.
- See how sharps are weighing in on tonight's Knicks-Hornets spread.
Knicks vs. Hornets Odds
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Sharps are looking to make a play on the Friday night contest between the Knicks and the Hornets.
New York has been steady as of late, having gone 5-5 in its last 10 games and 2-2 in its last four, but that’s been good enough to earn New York the seventh spot in the Eastern Conference.
Charlotte opened the season in red-hot fashion but has since regressed, going 3-7 in its last 10 games after opening the season 3-0.
Both of these teams have been in the middle of the pack against the spread (ATS). The Hornets are 6-7 ATS on the year while the Knicks are 6-6. Charlotte, however, has been going over the total at a higher rate than any team in the league at this point in the year, with a 69% over rate.
However, sharps aren’t targeting the total in this game, but rather a side against the spread. Read on to see where our NBA PRO Report has tracked action.
Knicks vs. Hornets Sharp Action
The Action Network’s NBA PRO Report has tracked sharp money coming in on the Hornets.
Once again, this is a bet that will be in contrast to public desires, as the Knicks are receiving 71% of the betting tickets and 60% of the money wagered.
Can the Knicks come through for the betting public, or will sharps prevail in this tight matchup?
PRO Report Pick: Hornets +2
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