O'Sullivan's Thursday 1.20 NBA Pick: Pelicans at Knicks plus an RJ Barrett prop bet

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O'Sullivan's Thursday 1.20 NBA Pick: Pelicans at Knicks plus an RJ Barrett prop bet

New Orleans Pelicans at New York Knicks, 7:30 pm Eastern.

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Seattle O’Sullivan 2021-2022 NBA Season so far: 111-137-3, -$419.66

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New Orleans Pelicans at New York Knicks, 7:30 pm Eastern

The Pick: New York -165, bet $24.59 to win $15; New York -3.5 (-113), bet $8.43 to win $7.50

New Orleans is pretty bad on the road (6-17) and pretty bad as an underdog (9-25). New York is 16-10 as a favorite and are 4-1 against the spread in their last five games. The Knicks’ defense remains tough at 6th in the NBA, while the Pelicans’ scoring offense is a rather anemic 24th in the league. The Knicks beat the Pelicans in their other matchup this year, are a half-game out of the play-in games in the Eastern Conference, and just lost a tough one to Minnesota. I think they’re eager to get back on track tonight.

Player Prop: R.J. Barrett over 19.5 points (-112), bet $5.60 to win $5

Barrett dropped 35 in the Knicks’ previous win over the Pelicans, and he’ll be eager to show what he can do against a New Orleans team that drafted his college buddy Zion Williamson over him (even if it made perfect sense at the time).

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