4 Facts to Know: Knicks At Jazz

The Knicks travel to Utah to face the Jazz at Vivint Smart Home Arena.

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1 Who Wants it More?

The Knicks and Jazz have both been frustrated as of late, with New York falling in 11 of its last 14 games and Utah suffering defeat in 15 out of its last 20.

Both clubs will be hungry for a victory as they look to make a push back into the playoff picture and build some momentum.

2 The Gobert Report

Utah’s budding star in Rudy Gobert has been sidelined since December 15, after suffering a sprained left knee at TD Garden against the Celtics.

His defensive prowess and offensive contributions have been missed, but it seems he may make his return against Kristaps Porzingis and the Knicks. He is currently listed as probable.

3 Fight On

Kristaps Porzingis speaks with Rebecca Haarlow after scoring 21 points in the Knicks' loss to the Grizzlies.

After a controversial finish against the Grizzlies in Memphis, Kristaps Porzingis discusses how he was satisfied with the fight and attitude the Knicks displayed, and what the team needs to do moving forward in order to secure the victory.

4 Timmy Time

The last time these two teams met, Tim Hardaway Jr. carried New York to a 106-101 victory behind 26 points, with many coming at crucial points in the game back on November 15.