The New York Knicks (4-8) head to Scotiabank Arena for a Saturday afternoon tilt with the Toronto Raptors (11-1).

The Knicks last played on Wednesday and were able to defeat the Atlanta Hawks by the score of 112-107 [VIDEO]. They were able to hold Atlanta to 40.2 percent accuracy from the field and 28.9 percent on three-point tries. Tim Hardaway Jr. led the way with 34 points. According to ESPN, 27 of his 34 came in the second half. Noah Vonleh and Enes Kanter both finished with double-doubles in scoring and rebounding.

The Raptors enter Saturday as winners of their last five games. In their most recent game on Wednesday, they won 114-105 over the Sacramento Kings.

Toronto dominated them on the glass and finished with a 53-31 advantage in the rebounding department. The Raptors had six players reach double figures in scoring led by Kawhi Leonard's 25.

Injury report

Knicks: Out - Kristaps Porzingis (knee), Courtney Lee (neck), Lance Thomas (knee), Questionable - Emmanuel Mudiay (ankle)

Raptors: Out - Norman Powell (shoulder), Probable - C.J. Miles (hip)

Knicks/Raptors projected starters

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

Raptors: PG - Kyle Lowry, SG - Danny Green, SF - Kawhi Leonard, PF - Pascal Siakam, C - Serge Ibaka

Knicks/Raptors leaders

Knicks: Points - Tim Hardaway Jr. 24.3, Rebounds - Enes Kanter 11.7, Assists - Frank Ntilikina 3.8

Raptors: Points - Kawhi Leonard 26.0, Rebounds - Kawhi Leonard 8.0, Assists - Kyle Lowry 11.3

Things to know

The Raptors currently have the best record in the NBA, a game ahead of the 10-2 Golden State Warriors.

They are 6-0 at home making them one of four teams (along with the Milwaukee Bucks, Philadelphia 76ers, and Memphis Grizzlies) to not have a home loss.

A big difference between the two teams going into Saturday's game is how they shoot from inside the three-point arc. The Knicks are 25th out of 30 teams connecting on 48.5 percent of their two-pointers while the Raptors lead the NBA making 57.5 percent of theirs.

While Tim Hardaway Jr. did score 34 points on the road on Wednesday, he has been a much better player at home thus far. In five games at Madison Square Garden, he is averaging 28.2 points on 44.1 percent shooting from the field and 43.1 percent from deep. In six away games, his average dips to 21.0 points with 38.3 percent accuracy from the field and 31.9 percent on threes.

History in the regular season between the Knicks and Raptors

Since the Raptors' inaugural season in 1995-96, they have met with the Knicks in the regular season 89 times according to Land of Basketball. Toronto currently holds a 48-41 edge in the win column.

The Raptors has dominated the matchup of late winning the last two and 10 of their last 11 against the Knicks. New York has lost their last five meetings in Toronto.