Knicks vs. Celtics Series Odds


(TheSpread) – The New York Knicks and Boston Celtics are two old rivals that are set to begin a key NBA Playoffs series on Saturday afternoon. Here is a look at the odds to win this series.

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This series is part of the Eastern Conference playoffs with the Knicks as the No. 2 seed and the Celtics as the No. 7 seed (View Matchup). According to oddsmakers at, the Knicks are the favorite to win this series, as they have odds of -370 to win, while the Celtics have a money line of +285. Game 1 of the series will be held in New York at 3PM ET.

New York comes into the series having gone 54-28 on the season, 31-10 at home and 23-18 on the road. Boston went 41-40 overall for the season, 27-13 at home and 14-27 on the road. These two teams met four times during the regular season, with the Knicks winning and covering the spread in three of those four meetings. However, the road team was also the winner in three of the four games. These two teams have had a pretty even history, with them splitting the last 10 overall meetings, the home team also getting five wins, while the road team picked up the other five.

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For the odds to win this series and the schedule for each game, see below

2013 NBA Playoffs Series Odds – Celtics vs. Knicks

881 Boston Celtics +285

882 New York Knicks -370

Celtics vs. Knicks Playoff Schedule

Game 1: BOS at NYK, Saturday, April 20 3PM ET

Game 2: BOS at NYK, Tuesday, April 23 8PM ET

Game 3: NYK at BOS, Friday, April 26 8PM ET

Game 4: NYK at BOS, Sunday, April 28 1PM ET

Game 5: BOS at NYK, TBA (if necessary)

Game 6: NYK at BOS, TBA (if necessary)

Game 7: BOS at NYK, TBA (if necessary)

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