The Memphis Grizzlies (8-15) head to Madison Square Garden for a Wednesday evening matchup against the New York Knicks (11-12).

Memphis was in a free fall as they lost 11 consecutive games, a streak they finally snapped with a 95-92 win over the Minnesota Timberwolves on Monday. The Grizzlies were led by Marc Gasol who scored 21 points while Tyreke Evans added 16 with nine assists.

The Knicks lost for the second straight time and for the fifth time in six games on Monday when they fell to the Indiana Pacers by the score of 115-97. The game was never really in question as Indiana led by 26 at halftime and by as much as 38 in the third quarter.

Willy Hernangomez led the team with 14 points which came in garbage time.

Starting lineups (Projected)

Grizzlies: PG - Tyreke Evans, SG - Ben McLemore, SF - Dillon Brooks, PF - JaMychal Green, C - Marc Gasol

Knicks: PG - Jarrett Jack, SG - Damyean Dotson, SF - Courtney Lee, PF - Kristaps Porzingis, C - Enes Kanter

Statistical leaders

Grizzlies: Scoring - Marc Gasol 19.0, Rebounding - Marc Gasol 8.9, Assists - Marc Gasol 4.3

Knicks: Scoring - Kristaps Porzingis 25.8, Rebounding - Enes Kanter 10.5, Assists - Jarrett Jack 6.0

Injury report

Grizzlies: Out - Mike Conley (Achilles), Wayne Shelden (quadriceps), Brandan Wright (groin), Questionable - Chandler Parsons (knee)

Knicks: Out - Tim Hardaway Jr. (leg), Probable - Kristaps Porzingis (ankle)

What to know and watch for heading into Wednesday's game

Kristaps Porzingis is listed as probable after missing the last two games with an ankle injury.

The Knicks are 0-4 without him and have averaged 99.5 points in those games. With him in the lineup, they are 11-8 while averaging 104.9 points per game.

Tim Hardaway Jr. has also missed the Knicks last two games, and he is expected to miss another 2+ weeks with a stress injury to his lower left leg. The fifth-year player is the team’s second-leading scorer at 17.8 points per game and is also currently averaging career-highs in rebounds, assists, and steals.

While the NBA continually becomes more of a three-point shooting league, neither team relies on the deep ball like many others. Through Monday’s games, the Knicks are second-to-last averaging 8.1 threes per game and are 25th out of 30 teams shooting them at a 34.9 percent clip. Memphis ranks 23rd making 9.1 threes per game and 28th connecting on 33.8 percent.

Grizzlies/Knicks regular season history

The Grizzlies and Knicks have met 41 times in the regular season. The Grizzlies hold a slight 21-20 advantage in the win column but are 19-12 against New York since moving from Vancouver to Memphis.

Memphis had won six in a row in the head-to-head matchup until the Knicks defeated them in Madison Square Garden in their first of two matchups last season. The Grizzlies won the most recent meeting 101-88 on April 7. Mike Conley scored 31 points while handing out six assists in that game, but he will not be available for Memphis on Wednesday.