Best Sportsbook Deal in New York for Knicks-Heat Game 3

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Jalen Brunson #11 of the New York Knicks tries to avoid Max Strus #31, Bam Adebayo #13 and Kyle Lowry #7 of the Miami Heat on May 02, 2023. Elsa/Getty Images/AFP.

The New York Knicks can cool off the Miami Heat this Saturday, and your NBA pick is even easier with this great deal from WynnBET.

New York Knicks vs. Miami Heat

Saturday, May 06, 2023 – 03:30 PM EDT at Kaseya Center

The New York Knicks aren’t going to give up that easily. They dropped Game 1 of their second-round playoff series with the Miami Heat, but with Jimmy Butler (ankle) injured for Miami, the Knicks took Game 2 this past Tuesday, winning 111-105 as 10-point home faves on the NBA odds board.

Game 3 is Saturday afternoon in Miami, and the Knicks look like a reasonable choice for your basketball picks as 3-point road dogs at WynnBET. But we’re still not sure at press time whether Butler will suit up for the Heat. What’s a bettor to do?

If you’re a new bettor in New York, the answer is easy: Grab this $100 Bet Credit deal at WynnBET. Now you can bet on the Knicks with confidence, knowing that you’re already a winner before Saturday’s game has even started.

Bet $100, Get $100 Credit

Claiming your free $100 Bet Credit is a lot easier than dealing with Butler. All you have to do is opt into this promotion when you sign up at WynnBET, then make your first deposit of $100 or more, and bet $100 on any qualifying wager – including the Knicks this Saturday.

If/when the Knicks cover, not only will your bet payout, but you’ll also receive your $100 Bet Credit. For that matter, you’ll earn that $100 credit no matter what happens Saturday afternoon in Miami.

New York is the sharp choice, though, at least as we go to press. While Butler remains very iffy for Game 3, Julius Randle returned from his sprained ankle on Tuesday and posted 25 points with 12 rebounds for the Knicks, as they beat the out-manned Heat 50-34 on the glass.

Go Big or Go Home

Rebounding is how New York upset the Cleveland Cavaliers in the first round, and it’s their key to victory over Miami. Starting center Bam Adebayo is only 6-foot-9, dwarfed by Knicks centers Mitch Robinson and Isaiah Hartenstein at 7-foot each.

The Heat did add some size before the playoffs when they signed Kevin Love off the buyout market – Cleveland really could have used him in the first round. But they’re still a smaller team than the Cavs, and there’s every chance they won’t have Butler to bail them out this Saturday in South Beach.

If you’d like a bigger payout than –110, the Knicks are +140 on the moneyline at Caesars, and that bet will also qualify for this promotion – anything with odds of –120 or shorter will do. The choice is yours, but we’ll recommend Knicks +3 for now; bet accordingly, and enjoy Game 3.

NBA Pick: Knicks +3 (-110) at WynnBET