Knicks and Hawks are both -110 betting favorites but Julius Randle and company have matched up well against Atlanta all season and could bully them in a longer series. The Nets should keep an eye on a surging Wizards team lead by Russell Westbrook and Bradley Beal who could give Kyrie Irving, Kevin Durant and James Harden a run for their money. Watch more What Are the Odds: https://sny.tv/shows/what-are-the-odds About What Are The Odds?: What Are The Odds combines sports betting with entertaining, engaging and insightful sports discussion. With talent from BNNY, FNNY and other SNY shows we create conversational sports betting content while still delivering the same impactful topics New York sports fans are used to. About SNY: SNY is an award winning, multiplatform regional sports network serving millions across the country through unparalleled coverage of all things New York sports. SNY delivers the most comprehensive access to all of the Tri-State area's professional and collegiate sports teams through nightly sports and entertainment programs. SNY.tv is the "go-to" digital communal home for New York sports fans to get succinct, easy-to-read updates, video highlights and features, recaps, news, opinion, rumors, insight and fan reaction on their favorite New York sports teams. Check out more from SNY at https://sny.tv Subscribe to SNY on YouTube: https://on.sny.tv/S5RYeWN Like SNY on Facebook: https://on.sny.tv/rBYAHLi Follow SNY on Twitter: https://on.sny.tv/nOn1uq1 Follow SNY on Instagram: https://on.sny.tv/lEArPVp
Los Angeles Lakers guard Dennis Schroder is done with everything associated with Brooklyn Nets star Kyrie Irving. Schroder posted a video on his YouTube channel showing off his massive collection. In the video, he grabbed one of Irving’s signature Nike shoes and said he couldn’t wear them anymore and said their confrontation in April was to blame.
For the second time in three years, former Virginia basketball star Joe Harris finished the regular season leading the NBA in three-point percentage. Harris shot a blistering 47.5% from beyond the arc for the season, averaging 14.1 points and 3.6 rebounds per game for the Brooklyn Nets. He is just the fifth player to take the top spot in 3P% more than once in their NBA career.