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8-7, 3rd in Atlantic

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Tim Hardaway Jr. left tonight's game with a sore right foot but the club says x-rays were negative.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Kristaps Porzingis struggles with his shot against Toronto and finished with just 13 points in the Knicks' blowout loss.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Knicks have gotten no closer than ten tonight in the second half. Tim Hardaway, Kristaps Porzingis check in 7 minutes to play and New York down 13.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

All Knicks not named Jarrett Jack have missed 37 of 43 shots tonight against Toronto.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Toronto reels off a 20-5 run and is up 19. This will be a good test for Jeff Hornacek and the young Knicks. Will they lay down on the road or tweak their approach at halftime and compete in the second half?

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Knicks backcourt is having a tough time with Kyle O'Quinn and DeMar DeRozan and Kristaps Porzingis has missed his first 6 shots. That's why Toronto is up 18 early in the second quarter.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Friday's Knicks-Raptors game will feature 6 alumni of the NBA's Basketball Without Borders program. New York's Frank Ntilikina, Enes Kanter and Willy Hernangomez all attended Basketball Without Borders camps. As did Toronto's Jonas Valanciunas, Pascal Siakam and Bruno Caboclo. Basketball Without Borders is the NBA and Fiba's global basketball development and community outreach program. More than 50 players from BWB camps have been drafted into the NBA since 2001.

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Knicks notch another comeback

Tim Hardaway Jr. scored 26 points for the Knicks on Wednesday as they overcame a 12-point deficit to beat the Jazz. It was the fifth time this season that New York erased a double-digit deficit to win a game, tying the Pistons for the most victories of that kind in the NBA. (Elias Sports Bureau)

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Greek Freak, Porzingis taking NBA by storm

Giannis Antetokounmpo and Kristaps Porzingis, both 22, are each scoring at a rate eclipsed by only James Harden this season. How they rack up their points, however, is where the two stars differ.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Joakim Noah was inactive for the second straight game tonight and Jeff Hornacek made it seem as if Noah will remain inactive for the near future. Hornacek said it was possible to make Noah active and carry four healthy centers but added, "I'm not looking to do that right away." He spoke to Noah, who is in the second year of a $72 million deal, about the situation and said Noah is OK with it. "Jo's a team guy. He wants us to win. He sees how they're playing right now. He doesn't want to have to rock the boat but he is competitive and he wants to be out there to help us," Hornacek said. The coach also wants the NBA to abolish the inactive list. He said if there were no inactive list there could be opportunities to play Noah.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Courtney Lee said he'll be fine for Friday. He said his hamstring was cramping on the fourth and he got kneed in his rear late in the game. But he didn't seem concerned about it.

Hardaway caps off Knicks' crazy sequence with 3 (0:47)

Team Stats

Points Per Game104.517th
Rebounds Per Game44.613th
Assists Per Game22.711th
Points Allowed104.813th

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