SNY NBA Insider Ian Begley joins Michelle Margaux on SportsNite to analyze the Brooklyn Nets loss to the Milwaukee Bucks, offering up his initial thoughts on the roster without Kyrie Irving. Plus, they discuss a strangely drama-free New York Knicks team ahead of their season opening game vs the Boston Celtics. For more Ian Begley: https://sny.tv/tags/ian-begley About Ian Begley: Ian Begley joined SNY in 2019 as the network's first NBA Insider covering the Knicks and Nets. His show, "The Putback with Ian Begley," appears weekly on SNY.tv, and Begley is also a regular contributor to "GEICO SportsNite." Watch more SportsNite: https://sny.tv/shows/sportsnite About SportsNite: SportsNite takes viewers inside all things New York sports by discussing the latest sports news of the night.
In What Are The Odds? presented by Caesars Sportsbook, Michelle Margaux, Marc Malusis and Sal Licata size up the New York Knicks. Their over/under for wins is 42.5. What’s the key for the Knicks to go over that total in the 2021-22 NBA season and build on last year's comeback? 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.
In this Nets vs Bucks post game interview, Kevin Durant talks about the biggest factors in Brooklyn's 127-104 loss. Prior to their season opener against the Milwaukee Bucks, the Brooklyn Nets had to endure the Bucks raising their championship banner from last season during a pre-game ceremony. Milwaukee had gotten past the Nets in an epic seven game series on the road to the title and Tuesday night, had a familiar ring to it as the Bucks beat the Nets, 127-104. Kevin Durant, who scored 32 points , felt the deciding factor in the loss was Milwaukee having 20 more possessions than the Nets and feels the Bucks team continuity is a big reason for their success. Durant is confident the team will find its rhythm as the season progresses.