The New York Knicks (4-9) head back home to Madison Square Garden for a Sunday night matchup against the Orlando Magic (5-7). The game will take place at 7:30 PM ET. It will be the second game of a back-to-back for New York.

The Knicks fell on the road Saturday by the score of 128-112 to the Toronto Raptors. Toronto outscored New York 75-57 in the second and third quarters. According to ESPN, the Raptors’ 62 bench points was a season-high. Tim Hardaway Jr. led the way for the Knicks with 27 points while Enes Kanter scored 15 and grabbed 15 rebounds.

The Magic won for the third time in four games when they defeated the Washington Wizards 117-108 on Friday. They raced out to a 15-point lead at halftime and never looked back. Seven players on Orlando reached double figures in scoring led by Nikola Vucevic’s 21.

Team injuries

Orlando: Out - Jonathan Isaac (ankle), Timofey Mozgov (knee)

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

Team projected lineups

Orlando: PG - D.J. Augustin, SG - Evan Fournier, SF - Wesley Iwundu, PF - Aaron Gordon, C - Nikola Vucevic

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

Team leaders

Orlando: Scoring - Nikola Vucevic 17.8, Rebounding - Nikola Vucevic 10.7, Assists - D.J.

Augustin 4.8

New York: Scoring - Tim Hardaway Jr. 24.5, Rebounding - Enes Kanter 11.9, Assists - Frank Ntilikina 3.8

What to know heading into the game

Evan Fournier seemed to enjoy playing against the Knicks last season. In his three outings against them, he averaged 22.7 points on an excellent 23-42 from the field. He averaged the same 22.7 points in three games against them in the 2016-17 season also.

The Magic are not a good team at drawing fouls as their 18 free throw attempts per game are more than two less than any other team. On the other hand, though, Knicks' opponents have had no trouble getting to the line. New York allows opponents to attempt 26.2 foul shots per game, third-most in the league.

New York is a strong offensive rebounding team as evidenced by their 12.5 per game which is fourth-most in the NBA.

The Magic are getting outrebounded on average by 4.2 per game.

Magic/Knicks regular season history

According to Land of Basketball, the Knicks and Magic have faced off 110 times in the regular season. Orlando holds a small edge of 56-54 in the win column.

Orlando won three of four in the series during the 2017-18 season including both games played at Madison Square Garden. They have won three straight on the road against the Knicks.