The Utah Jazz may be on the road tonight, but they’re not exactly at a disadvantage. After all, they are at Madison Square Garden for a game against the New York Knicks.

After a good-humored 2020-21 season, the Panties (30-40) have been a little disappointed this season. They are currently 12th in the Eastern Conference. Meanwhile, the Jazz (44-26) may not have lived up to the highest expectations, but it would be unfair to call their season a disappointment.

They will be by far the best team in tonight’s contest.

Utah Jazz vs New York Knicks odds tonight

According to WynnBet, the Jazz are the 5-point favorites to win tonight and the -220-point favorites at the money line. The Knicks are +180 point underdogs.

The over/under is currently set at 221.0 points.

Utah Jazz starting lineup

Mike Conley should rest tonight to maintain a nagging knee injury. Bojan Bogdanovic also remains absent. Look for Quin Snyder to accompany Jordan Clarkson, Donovan Mitchell, Royce O’Neale, Rudy Gay and Rudy Gobert from the start.

Utah Jazz Injury Report

The Jazz will deal with a litany of ailments tonight. Besides the two starters, Trent Forrest (wrist), Udoka Azubuike (ankle), Hassan Whiteside (illness) and Danuel House Jr. (knee) will all be absent.

Utah Jazz vs New York Knicks Prediction

Despite a rollercoaster injury report, the Utah Jazz should come away with a victory in this contest. They have a pretty big margin of error against the Knicks.

The Knicks are 23rd in offensive rating (110.69). They’re a solid 10th in defensive rating (111.25), but that’s still only good for the Association’s 18th-best net rating (-0.56).

Meanwhile, the Jazz are 1st, 9th and 2nd in the same respective categories. There is not much to say: it is the best team. As long as they execute the game plan, they shouldn’t have a problem here

Prediction: Jazz 122, Knicks 108

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Utah Jazz vs. New York Knicks TV Channel

Big Apple fans can watch this game on MSG Network, while Utah fans should check out AT&T SportsNet Rocky Mountain.

Utah Jazz schedule and next game

The Jazz are staying in New York for a contest with the Big Apple contender as they play the Brooklyn Nets tomorrow night

After a straight game, they face the Boston Celtics on March 23, the Charlotte Hornets on March 25, and the Dallas Mavericks on March 27.