With just four games remaining in their regular season, the Knicks continue a 5-game homestand against the Miami Heat.
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Bill Pidto and Alan Hahn look at how the Heat's bench and three-point shooting propelled Miami to a big win over the Knicks.
These teams are playing for the fourth and final time this season.
Miami has won two of the three meetings with the home team winning every game.
They most recently played on March 21 in Miami, a 119-98 Heat victory.
Alan Hahn and Wally Szczerbiak head to the box score to break down the performances from Trey Burke and Tim Hardaway Jr. in the Knicks' loss to the Magic.
It’s now been five games since Trey Burke was inserted in the Knicks starting lineup.
Burke has excelled in a starting role and is averaging 22.4 points, 8 assists and is shooting 52.7% from the field.
The Knicks are not alone in their injury woes.
The Heat could be without three key players as Dwyane Wade (wrist, elbow), Goran Dragic (ankle, knee) and James Johnson (ankle) are all questionable.
The Heat (43-36) clinched a playoff berth after defeating Atlanta on Tuesday but are still battling for playoff seeding.
With three games remaining, they are currently the No. 6 seed in the Eastern Conference but are just one game up on both Washington and Milwaukee.