The Knicks finish their back-to-back set tonight, as they take on the Pacers in Indiana.
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Jeff Hornacek gives updates on the injuries to Tim Hardaway Jr. and Kristaps Porzingis and discusses his team’s strong effort despite missing two top players against the Magic.
Neither played Sunday and while the team hopes to have Porzingis back for Wednesday’s game against the Grizzlies, there is no current timetable for Hardaway’s return.
Alan Hahn and Wally Szczerbiak break down the performances from Michael Beasley and Courtney Lee in the Knicks loss to Orlando.
The absence of Porzingis and Hardaway leaves over 40 points of offense to be accounted for. Enter Michael Beasley.
Beasley started in place of Porzingis on Sunday and led the team with 21 points. He also had a 30-point game against the Rockets in another spot start on Nov. 25.
See how the Knicks completed their monster comeback and hear how crazy The Garden went as they pulled out the win.
These teams played last month at The Garden, with the Knicks winning 108-101.
KP scored a career-high 40 points, carrying the Knicks back from a 19-point third quarter deficit.
While the Knicks lead the all-time series between the teams 91-81, they have struggled in Indiana where the Pacers hold a 55-31 advantage.
The Knicks are 1-6 on the road this season.
Like Kanter and McDermott, Oladipo and Sabonis were traded this offseason (in exchange for Paul George). Both are thriving in Indy, with Oldadipo averaging a career-high 23.4 points and Sabonis posting career-highs in points (12.7) and rebounds (8.7).