The Knicks welcome the division rival Raptors to The Garden for a matinee matchup.
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Following a winless four-game road trip, the Knicks return to Madison Square Garden to open a five-game homestand.
New York has been much better on home court this season with a 16-14 record at The Garden.
Wally Szczerbiak and Alan Hahn take a closer look at Frank Ntilikina's struggles and Michael Beasley's strong performance in the Knicks loss to the Raptors.
These teams are playing for the fourth and final time this season.
The Raptors have won two of the three meetings with the home team winning all three games.
New York hasn’t won a season series versus Toronto since the 2010-11 season.
Tim Hardaway Jr. speaks with Rebecca Haarlow after scoring a team-high 26 points in the Knicks' 120-112 loss to the Bucks in Milwaukee.
When these teams last played at The Garden in November, Hardaway scored a career-high 38 points to lead a comeback victory.
Bill Pidto and Alan Hahn head to box score to break down the performance of Troy Williams.
Playing on his second 10-day contract, Troy Williams is taking full advantage of his opportunity.
He scored a season-high 18 points on 7-of-14 shooting while adding five rebounds off the bench on Friday.
In seven games with the Knicks, Williams is averaging 8.9 points on 54.5% shooting.
The Raptors enter Sunday’s game winners of 14 of their last 15 games and on Friday night they beat the Rockets, 108-105, ending Houston’s 17-game winning streak.
The All-Star backcourt duo of Kyle Lowry and DeMar DeRozan combined for 53 points.
Fresh off their biggest win of the season, could the Raptors be due for a letdown?