The New York Knicks (4-10) head to Chesapeake Energy Arena in a Wednesday night matchup against the Oklahoma City Thunder (8-5). The Knicks enter the game with a 2-5 record on the road while the Thunder are 5-2 at home.

New York will walk into Oklahoma City as losers of their last two outings. In their most game on Sunday, they were easily handled by the Orlando Magic 115-89. The Knicks were outscored 30-10 in the first quarter, and their deficit grew to 25 by halftime. According to ESPN, Orlando hit a season-high 17 threes. Kevin Knox’s 17 points led the team while Enes Kanter posted yet another double-double with 16 points and 15 rebounds.

Since a 0-4 start, the Thunder have gone 8-1 in their last nine games. On Monday, they defeated the Phoenix Suns by the score of 118-101. Oklahoma City made nearly half their three-point tries (13-27) and missed just one free throw (19-20). Paul George led the team with 32 points followed by Dennis Schroder’s 20 and Steven Adams’ 18.

Injury report for both teams

New York: Out - Kristaps Porzingis (knee), Courtney Lee (neck), Lance Thomas (knee)

Oklahoma City: Out - Andre Roberson (knee), Russell Westbrook (ankle)

Projected lineups for both teams

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

Oklahoma City: PG - Dennis Schroder, SG - Terrance Ferguson, SF - Paul George, PF - Jerami Grant, C - Steven Adams

Stat leaders for both teams

New York: Points - Tim Hardaway Jr.

23.2, Rebounds - Enes Kanter 12.1, Assists - Frank Ntilikina, Trey Burke 3.5

Oklahoma City: Points - Russell Westbrook 24.1 (out, next is Paul George 22.6), Rebounds - Steven Adams 10.4, Assists - Russell Westbrook 8.9 (out, next is Dennis Schroder 5.2)

Things to know going into Wednesday's game

Both teams are really struggling with their accuracy from deep.

Out of 30 teams, the Knicks’ 31.9 percent shooting from three-point territory is the third worst, and the Thunder’s 30.1 percent on threes puts them dead last.

While Oklahoma City ranks last in that category, they lead the NBA forcing 18.8 turnovers an outing. At home, that number creeps up to 19.3.

The Thunder do a good job getting to the line attempting 27.4 free throws per game, fifth-most in the league.

New York allows 25.1 attempts, ninth-most in the league.

The Knicks are 3-6 since switching to their current starting lineup. Since his move to the bench, Enes Kanter has averaged 14.7 points and 12.9 rebounds in 25.4 minutes per contest.

How the two teams previously have fared against each other

According to Land of Basketball, the Thunder have won 13 of their 19 meetings with the Knicks since moving to Oklahoma City. When including their prior time as the Seattle SuperSonics though, New York holds a small 66-64 edge in the win column.

Oklahoma City had won four straight over the Knicks until New York defeated them in their most recent matchup on December 16, 2017. The Thunder have won the last two times they have met at Chesapeake Energy Arena.