The Knicks are right back at it tonight, visiting the Houston Rockets.
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Bill Pidto, Alan Hahn and Wally Szczerbiak look at how the Hawks' lineup gave the Knicks fits in New York's 116-104 loss in Atlanta.
Meanwhile, the Rockets have been idle since Wednesday.
Enes Kanter details his back spasms that sidelined him for the Knicks-Hawks tilt in Atlanta, while expressing how much he wanted to be there for his team.
Enes Kanter missed last night’s game with back spasms and was sorely missed.
While the Knicks have their own injury questions, it appears the Rockets will have all hands on deck.
Both Eric Gordon and Ryan Anderson are expected to suit up tonight after missing Wednesday’s game.
The Knicks will also get their first look at Chris Paul in a Rockets uniform, as he sat out when these teams played earlier this month.
In the three games since Paul returned from a knee injury, Houston is scoring 124 points per game and have won all three games by an average of 26 points.
Expect the 3-pointers to be flying tonight in Houston.
The Rockets lead the NBA in 3-point makes and attempts, while the Knicks allow the most 3-point makes and attempts.
Houston went 19-52 from deep (36.5%) in beating the Knicks earlier this season.