Knicks Coach Jeff Hornacek Among Next to Be Fired Says Bookmaker

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Feb/27/2017

Bookmaker.eu has proclaimed New York Knicks head coach Jeff Hornacek among the next NBA head coaches to be fired with odds that pay close to $55 for every $10 bet.

Despite the Knicks season woes, Hornacek is actually not the favorite to be canned first.  That honor belongs to Terry Stotts of the Portland Trailblazers.

Heading into play on Feb. 27, the Knicks sat at 24-35 and four games out of a playoff spot in the Eastern Conference.

Portland was at 24-34, losing and failing to cover the spread in seven of their last ten games overall.

Here are the full odds:

Terry Stotts (Portland): +400 

Mike Budenholzer (Atlanta): +500 

Jeff Hornacek (New York): +550 

Alvin Gentry (New Orleans): +600

Frank Vogel (Orlando): +600 

Dwane Casey (Toronto): +650

Kenny Atkinson (Brooklyn): +700 

Steve Clifford (Charlotte): +700 

Fred Hoiberg (Chicago): +700 

Field: +1200

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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