Knicks vs. Raptors predictions, odds, line and spread: Jan. 23 NBA picks. Jan. 6 Best Bets From Proven Model

Knicks vs. Raptors predictions, odds, line and spread: Jan. 23 NBA picks. Jan. 6 Best Bets From Proven Model


On Friday, the Atlantic Division matchesup will see the Toronto Raptors (22 years old) and New York Knicks (18 years old). Toronto won the first matchup in the year. This will be the second. The Raptors defeated the Knicks by 113 to106 on Dec. 21. Toronto is now leading the all-time series with 59-44. The team has won four out of five previous appearances.

Tip-off will take place at 7:30 PM. ET in Toronto at Scotiabank Arena. In the most recent odds of Knicks vs. Raptors at Caesars Sportsbook, Toronto is the favorite by 4 points. Total points are over/under at 218. You should first see SportsLine’s NBA prediction and betting advice before you lock in your Raptors vs. Knicks selections.

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The model is now focusing on Knicks against Raptors, and has just entered its NBA predictions and picks. To see the picks of SportsLine, you can go to SportsLine. Here are some betting options and odds for the Raptors vs. Knicks.

  • Knicks vs. Raptors spread: Raptors -4
  • Knicks vs. Raptors: Over/Under 218
  • Knicks vs. Raptors Money Line: Raptors 170, Knicks +143
  • NYK: 13-6 on the road for this season
  • TOR: Covered by the Knicks on their last game played 12/21/22
  • Picks Knicks vs. Raptors: Check out SportsLine for picks

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The Knicks have the ability to cover

Forward Julius Randle, a forward is a strong and active force at the frontcourt. Randle is strong enough to make contact and finish in the basket with his man. Randle, a Kentucky native, leads the team with 24.2 points and 10 rebounds per game. He also has 3.8 assists per games. In five consecutive games, he has recorded a double-double. Randle scored 25 points on Wednesday and had 13 boards.

Guard Immanuel Schnellley is a great jumper and has incredible range. Quickley is a skilled scorer and can help break down defenses. Kentucky’s product averages 11.9 point, 4.1 rebound and 3.4 assists per games. On 4.8 attempts at 3-point shooting per game, he is shooting 33% from downtown. Quickley scored 15 points, grabbed eight rebounds, and had five assists in his last game.

The Raptors are able to cover

Fred VanVleet, Guard Fred VanVleet, is an aggressive and quick scoring backcourt option. VanVleet is a solid jumper and can consistently rack up steals. Wichita State’s product scores 18.5 points per game, with 6.2 assists, and 1.6 steals. In five out of nine recent games, the 28-year old has averaged at least 22 point in each game. In his last game, he scored 28 points and had eight rebounds as well as 12 assists, twelve steals, and 12 assists.

Forward Scottie Barnes can be described as a strong, physically and mentally demanding force. Barnes is a natural athlete with a good sense of the game. He excels at transition. Florida State’s product is averaging 14.9 points per game, 6.9 rebounding and 4.7 assists. His quick hands are a plus and he can defend well from the space. Barnes had 23 points, 8 rebounds, and eight assists on Jan. 2.

How to pick Raptors vs. Knicks players

SportsLine’s model projects 232 total points. In almost 70% of simulations, the model says that one side hits. SportsLine is the only place where you can see the pick of this model.

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