Knicks @ Warriors: Curry, Durant set to keep rolling past the struggling Knicks
Knicks @ Warriors NBA odds, spreads and predictions
The Golden State Warriors have won three of the last five games.
Last time out, Golden State got back on track taking down the Sacramento Kings 127-123 as both teams combined to break the all-time NBA record for most made three pointers in a game with 41.
The Warriors (26-14) had a huge outing from the big three of Stephen Curry, Kevin Durant, and Klay Thompson as they combined to score 91 points.
Curry had a monster game posting 42 points while knocking down 10-of-20 three pointers with five rebounds, two assists and two steals.
Durant contributed 29 points, nine assists, five rebounds and two blocks; while Thompson had 20 points on 8-of-15 shot attempts.
Draymond Green also finished with a solid day totaling 12 points, seven assists and seven rebounds.
When is it? Tuesday January 8th
What time is tip off? 10:30 p.m. ET
Where is it being played? ORACLE Arena
Which channel is it on? NBATV
The New York Knicks' struggling season continued as the team moved to 10-30 following a 111-101 loss to the Portland Trail Blazers.
Enes Kanter had a big night off the bench picking up his third straight double-double, and lead the team with 18 points and 14 rebounds.
Noah Vonleh contributed a double-double on his own with 16 points and tied a team-high 14 rebounds.
Emmanuel Mudiay was the only other starter alongside Vonleh to score in double figures totaling 17 points, seven rebounds and three steals.
Knicks @ Warriors Spread
Golden State is giving New York 17.5 points in this matchup.
Nearly 70 percent of the public money is on the Knicks +17.5.
New York has lost nine of the last 10 games, and I don't expect them to get back on track against Golden State.
Knicks @ Warriors Moneyline
There's no moneyline available for this matchup.
Knicks @ Warriors Over/Under
The over/under for this matchup is set at 230 points.
Final score prediction: New York Knicks 104, Golden State Warriors 122
Take the under in this game.
Where the game will be won or lost
Golden State holds the second best record in the Western Conference and they've done so by scoring points with the best ball movement in the NBA.
The Warriors average 28.1 assists per game which is best in the NBA, and average 116.6 ppg which is third best in the league.
For New York, they'll have to take advantage of a lackluster Warriors defense; Golden State allows 112.2 ppg which is ninth worst in the NBA.