The New York Knicks (3-8) head to State Farm Arena for a Wednesday night meeting against the Atlanta Hawks (3-7).

The Knicks are now on a mini-losing streak after they lost their second in a row on Monday. They lost in a double-overtime heartbreaker 116-115 to the Chicago Bulls [VIDEO]. New York allowed Zach LaVine to score a career-high 41 points. Enes Kanter filled up the box score in a losing effort with 23 points, 24 rebounds, and seven assists. According to Reuters, he is the first player to come off the bench to score at least 20, grab at least 20 boards, and dish out at least five assists since Charles Barkley all the way back in 1986.

The Hawks lost to the Charlotte Hornets 113-102 on Tuesday which was their fifth loss in their last six outings. Atlanta shot just 6-30 from deep while the Hornets were able to connect on 13 three-pointers. Jeremy Lin led the team with 19 points and Trae Young finished with a double-double of 18 points and 10 assists.

Team injuries

Knicks: Out - Kristaps Porzingis (knee), Courtney Lee (neck)

Hawks: Out - John Collins (ankle), Doubtful - Justin Anderson (leg), Questionable - Taurean Prince (ankle)

Projected starters

Knicks: PG - Frank Ntilikina, SG - Tim Hardaway Jr., SF - Damyean Dotson, PF - Noah Vonleh, C - Mitchell Robinson

Hawks: PG - Trae Young, SG - Kent Bazemore, SF - Taurean Prince (Kevin Huerter if he can't play), PF - Omari Spellman, C - Alex Len

Knicks/Hawks statistical leaders

Knicks: Scoring - Tim Hardaway Jr.

23.3, Rebounding - Enes Kanter 11.7, Assists - Frank Ntilikina 3.8

Hawks: Scoring - Trae Young 19.0, Rebounding - Dewayne Dedmon 6.3, Assists - Trae Young 8.1

Things to know

New York started the season on fire when they beat the Hawks in what was the regular season opener for both teams. The Knicks finished with 126 points which is eight more than they have scored in any of their ensuing 10 games.

Not only have the Knicks attempted the second-most two-point shots per game thus far, but they also have shot them at the second-worst percentage. They have made just 48.5 percent of their tries from inside the arc.

A key to this game could be turnovers. New York is currently forcing tied for the fifth-most turnovers while the Hawks turn the ball over 18.7 times on average, most in the NBA.

History in the regular season between the Knicks and Hawks

According to Land of Basketball, the Knicks and Hawks have faced off against each other 371 times in the regular season. The Hawks own a 195-176 advantage in the win column, although it is all square at 109 since they moved to Atlanta.

Atlanta had won five of six in the series prior to the Knicks’ 126-107 victory over them in the season opener on October 17. The Hawks have taken three straight over New York at State Farm Arena.