When the New York Knicks and Charlotte Hornets play in a game on Tuesday night, the betting industry is predicting the winner of the game will win $1.4 million.
The odds are good, according to the betting odds website Betfair, which has the Knicks winning by a 2-1 margin.
This will put the Knicks up $1 million.
Betfair also says that Charlotte has the edge on the Knicks in this category, giving them $1,764,500.
Betting expert and owner of Betfair Sports Betting, Jason Houghton, told CBS News that if the Knicks win, it would be a nice boost for the Hornets.
Houghtons company, BetfairSports, uses a computer algorithm to calculate odds of winning based on the current odds and other factors, and it also has a lot of data about the games.
So if the game goes in the Knicks favor, then it could give the Hornets a bit of a boost, Houghtons said.
Houghton said that with the Knicks at 3-2, Charlotte is likely to win by at least 10.
Hughton said the Hornets are in a good position to win this game as the Knicks have been losing to Charlotte in the first round of the playoffs.
Charlotte has lost three of the last four meetings.
Haughton said Charlotte could win by as many as seven.
The Hornets are currently favored to win the game by as much as 12 points.
Betty McNeil, who has been a regular guest on “The Bachelorette” for nearly a decade, said she was impressed by the Knicks chances of winning.
She told “The View” that she thought Charlotte would be able to win.
She said it was a great feeling to see them win because it showed that the Knicks are a team that is very competitive.
McNeil said that the Hornets were doing a lot to get the win and it was great to see that the game was going in their favor.
She thought the Knicks were doing well in this game because they were winning.
McNeill said that if Charlotte wins, it will be a big boost for Charlotte and that Charlotte is probably going to be a favorite in the tournament.
She added that the New Orleans Pelicans and Cleveland Cavaliers are also considered favorites in this matchup.