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New York Knicks

Vegas Over/Under: 30.5

Fromal’s Record Projection: 28-54 The Bet: Beneath with confidence Rinse and repeat. In 2013-14, the New York Knicks’ 37-45 record could not quite fit their over/under of 49.5. Back in 2014-15, they came 23.5 games short of attaining their over/under of 40.5. In 2015-16, they’d their over/under place at 31.5 and won 32 games. In 2016-17, their 31-51 album fell well shy of this 38.5 over/under. Every year, Vegas provides a realistic expectation, listens because the public works itself into a frenzy about the diminished expectations for a major-market staff and then (probably) collectively yells as its prediction either ends accurate or overly optimistic. The last time New York exceeded the projection by more than a single game was 2012-13, and the roster was quite a bit different. So should this year break the mold? Yes, Kristaps Porzingis is gifted. Yes, Tim Hardaway Jr. could inject more offensive firepower to the lineup. Yes, Madison Square Garden will probably be full of cheering fans, even if a few (many?) Of them will be rooting on the opposition. But Carmelo Anthony remains on the roster, and there is no end in sight into the never-ending will-they-won’t-they exchange saga. Frank Ntilikina ramon Sessions and Ron Baker include the point-guard spinning. Convincing thickness exists at zero positions. Please. Do not wager on the Knicks to acquire more than 30 games. Read more: