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New York Knicks vs. Atlanta Hawks Game 4 Odds: How To Bet, How To Watch & Start Time

A complete breakdown of Game 4 between the Hawks and Knicks
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New York Knicks vs. Atlanta Hawks Odds For Game 4

New York’s newest rival, Trae Young, has been giving them fits throughout the entire first round series. Young Has been a thorn in their side through the first three games, even hitting Immanuel Quickley with a “too small” celebration in Game 3 that I’m sure sent Knicks fans into rage. Now, the series is on the line. If the Knicks don’t win Game 4, it’s all but over. What will Game 4 look like? Here’s a look at Knicks vs. Hawks Game 4 odds.

New York Knicks vs. Atlanta Hawks Moneyline Odds

New York Knicks +170

Atlanta Hawks -184

This has been a back-and-forth series but these lopsided moneyline odds still make sense to me. The Hawks have been one of the best home teams in the NBA this season and dominated Game 3 on Friday. The issue has been the Knicks offense. Outside of Derrick Rose, no one has been able to consistently create shots for themselves.

New York Knicks vs. Atlanta Hawks Spread

New York Knicks +4.5

Atlanta Hawks -4.5

View the full Knicks vs. Hawks odds markets here.

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To me, it looks like the heavy minutes Julius Randle played in the regular season have finally caught up to him. During the regular season, Randle was a beast. He averaged 24 points, 10 rebounds and six assists, but he also led the NBA in minutes per game by a full minute and played 71 games. In three postseason games, Randle has scored 14.7 points per game on 24% shooting. They cannot compete with the Hawks if Randle doesn’t score points.

However, Derrick Rose has been awesome, looking like his former MVP self. The defense continues to make life difficult for opposing players but until they get more consistent on offense they can’t make a real push in the playoffs.

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The Hawks are far from a perfect team, but the Knicks are making things easy on them. They don’t have to have a giant offensive output, they just need to basically keep Julius Randle and the Knicks role players in check, score about 110 and a win is easily in their grasp.

Trae Young continues to show out in the playoffs. He didn’t score a ton of points in Game 3, he finished with 21, but the Hawks had six players in double figures and Lou Williams put up nine in 11 minutes.

How To Bet On New York Knicks vs. Atlanta Hawks

Betting on the Knicks vs. Hawks really simple. Firstly, you can check out the Kicks vs. Hawks odds markets HERE – we compare the odds from every major sportsbook to ensure you always find the best value on every single one of your wagers.

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New York Knicks vs. Atlanta Hawks Game 4 Key Information

Date: Sunday, May 30

Time: 1:00 pm ET

Venue: State Farm Arena

How To Watch New York Knicks vs. Atlanta Hawks

TV Channel: ABC

Live Stream: NBA League Pass

New York Knicks vs. Atlanta Hawks Prediction

Hawks -4.5 @ -110


Brian is a sports journalist with close to ten years of experience in the business. A lifelong Philadelphia sports fan with a passion for all things sports gambling.


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