Head coach Tom Thibodeau of the New York Knicks reacts after the ball is given to Charlotte Hornets
Head coach Tom Thibodeau will try to get another win against the Indiana Pacers on Wednesday, Jan. 11. Getty Images | Elsa


  • The Knicks are favored to snap the two-game winning streak of the Pacers when they face off
  • The Pacers will try to extend their winning run to three when they visit the Knicks
  • The Knicks will be out to restart a new winning streak at the expense of the Pacers

The New York Knicks are slated to collide with the Indiana Pacers on Wednesday, January 11 as they try to get back on the winning track after dropping a 107-111 decision to the Milwaukee Bucks.

Also on the line is the Pacers' two-game winning streak.

In their last assignment, Indiana won over the Charlotte Hornets, 116-111.

The Knicks saw their four-game winning streak snapped by the Bucks on Sunday, January 8 after blowing a 17-point lead over Milwaukee.

Jalen Brunson registered a game-high 44 points along with seven rebounds and four assists in that match.

Julius Randle contributed 25 points and 16 rebounds in that losing effort.

The Knicks were outgunned in that game, shooting only 38% from the field and 26.8% from beyond the arc.

They were also out-assisted by the Bucks, 16-27.

New York is averaging 114 points per game, shooting 45.5% from the field and 33.9% from rainbow country.

Moreover, they are hauling down 47.2 rebounds per game.

The Knicks are allowing the opposition 111.3 points per game on 45.2% field goal shooting and giving up 44 rebounds per game with a defensive rating of 86.

RJ Barrett remains listed as out for the Knicks against the Pacers.

In the other corner, Indiana is hoping to extend their winning run with a win over the Knicks.

Against the Hornets, Myles Turner led the way with 29 points and nine rebounds.

Buddy Hield amassed 21 points, whereas Andrew Nembhard added 19 markers.

The Pacers lost the rebounding battle in that matchup (41-49) but played slightly better as a team with a 27-25 advantage in assists.

Indiana is norming115.6 points per contest, shooting 46.3% from the field and 37% from the three-point country.

Moreover, the Pacers are averaging 42 rebounds per match.

Defensively, the Pacers are giving up 115.6 points per game on 46.6% shooting from the field.

The Knicks are -4.5 spread favorites to come out on top of the +4.5.-rated Pacers.

The Moneyline is -195 for the Knicks and +160 for Indiana.

The game will be beamed on NBA League Pass and fuboTV at 7:40 PM.

Myles Turner
Myles Turner of the Indiana Pacers will need another huge game if they want to pull off a win over the New York Knicks on Wednesday, Jan. 11. Getty Images | Michael Reaves