NBA Basketball

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Final 1 2 3 4 Tot
New York 31 29 26 26 112
Golden State 21 37 37 28 123
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ORACLE Arena, Oakland, California  Attendance: 19,596

Porzingis leads Knicks against Warriors

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According to STATS

New York Knicks at Golden State Warriors

  1. The Knicks lost to the Lakers, 127-107, in Staples Center on Sunday. New York was outscored 30-18 in the fourth-quarter, tied for their third-worst fourth-quarter scoring margin of the season.
  2. The Warriors lost in Houston, 116-108, in the final game of their five-game road trip. Golden State committed 19 turnovers in the loss and are currently averaging 15.7 turnovers per game, fifth most in the NBA.
  3. Golden State has won six straight games versus the Knicks dating back to the 2014-15 season. This is New York's second-longest active losing streak versus any single team (Wizards, seven).
  4. Draymond Green recorded his 3000th career rebound in Golden State's loss to Houston on Saturday. Green is the 19th player to reach that milestone in Warriors franchise history, and of anyone on that list, Green's 409 triples is already the second most (Chris Mullin, 3549 rebounds and 590 triples).
  5. Kristaps Porzingis currently leads the NBA with 2.34 blocked shots per game (minimum played in 70 percent of team games). Porzingis is looking to become just the third Knicks player to ever finish a season with 2.00 blocks per game or more: Patrick Ewing (13 times) and Marcus Camby (once).
  6. Kevin Durant has a career scoring average of 29.4 against the New York Knicks. Since 1963-64, only Michael Jordan (31.6) and Jerry West (30.1) have scored more points per game against the Knicks than Durant (minimum 10 games).

OAKLAND, Calif. -- Stephen Curry gets a first-hand look at a probable All-Star he might have the option of drafting for the Feb. 18 showcase when Kristaps Porzingis and the New York Knicks visit the Golden State Warriors on Tuesday night.

The Knicks have alternated wins and losses in their first four outings on a seven-game trip necessitated by "The Grammys" using Madison Square Garden for rehearsals leading up to the big show Sunday night. They are coming off a 127-107 drubbing at the hands of the Los Angeles Lakers on Sunday.

Porzingis has averaged 20.5 points on the first four games of the trip and almost surely will be named among the seven Eastern Conference reserves when the full All-Star Game rosters are officially announced shortly before Tuesday's tip-off.

Curry, as the leading vote-getter in the Western Conference, will join LeBron James as captains for the game. Under a new format, they will pick their teams from the 24 selected All-Stars, with James getting first pick among the starters.

Porzingis was not among the 10 starters -- five from each conference -- announced last week.

Curry in turn will get the first selection when the reserves are drafted. That assures he will get a shot at Porzingis -- presuming he earns an All-Star spot as expected -- although Warriors teammates Draymond Green and Klay Thompson are others who figure to be available when Curry makes the first pick among the reserves.

Porzingis was not happy to be beaten out by Philadelphia's Joel Embiid for a starting spot among the Eastern players. The Knicks star was chosen for the spot in a vote among players, but Embiid got the nod from coaches and fans, giving him the edge.

"Players know," Porzingis insisted. "That's all I'm going to say."

The last time the third-year NBA player went up against the Warriors in Oakland, he was held to eight points in a 103-90 loss in December of 2016.

He was even less productive on his visit as a rookie, shooting 1-for-11 and totaling just two points.

All told, he's faced the Warriors four times in his career and averaged 10.0 points, about half his overall career average (17.8). He also has never beaten Golden State, going 0-4 with a 19.3-point average margin of defeat.

The clubs have not faced each other this season.

To make matters worse for Porzingis and the Knicks, the Warriors are coming off a loss at Houston as they prepare to open a five-day, three-game homestand.

The Warriors have rebounded from their previous nine losses this season with a win each time, with a 17.9-point average margin of victory.

Warriors coach Steve Kerr is well aware his club has been better on the road (21-4) than at home (16-6) this season.

"Actually, I feel better on the road than I do at home right now," he said with a smile. "But that'll change."

The Warriors had won 14 in a row on the road -- the third-longest streak in NBA history -- before completing a five-game trip Saturday with a 116-108 loss at Houston.

Updated January 23, 2018

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