After a thrilling victory, playing in front of their home crowd on Saturday, the New York Knicks (8-16) remain at Madison Square Garden on Monday where they will receive a visit from the Washington Wizards (9-14). The Knicks are 4-6 at home on the season while Washington is 2-9 on the road.

The Knicks needed an extra five minutes of overtime on Saturday, but they were able to win by a score of 136-134 over the Milwaukee Bucks [VIDEO]. According to ESPN, New York was able to outscore the Bucks 25-11 over the final 6:39 of regulation to force overtime.

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Emmanuel Mudiay finished with a season-high 28 points while rookie Kevin Knox also finished with a season-high of 26.

The Wizards were able to end a mini two-game slide with a 102-88 victory over the Brooklyn Nets on Saturday.

Washington shot 51.9 percent from the field and held the Nets to just 37 percent shooting. John Wall led the team with 30 points, Bradley Beal finished with 22, and Markieff Morris scored 20.

Team injuries

Wizards: Out - Dwight Howard (back), Otto Porter Jr. (toe), Probable - Jeff Green (back)

Knicks: Out - Kristaps Porzingis (knee), Lance Thomas (knee), Trey Burke (knee)

Starters (Projected)

Wizards: PG - John Wall, SG - Bradley Beal, SF - Kelly Oubre Jr., PF - Markieff Morris, C - Thomas Bryant

Knicks: PG - Emmanuel Mudiay, SG - Tim Hardaway Jr., SF - Mario Hezonja, PF - Noah Vonleh, C - Enes Kanter

Wizards/Knicks leaders

Wizards: Points - Bradley Beal 21.7, Rebounds - Markieff Morris 5.4, Assists - John Wall 8.1

Knicks: Points - Tim Hardaway Jr. 22.2, Rebounds - Enes Kanter 11.6, Assists - Tim Hardaway Jr.

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Things to know heading into Monday night’s game

Frank Ntilikina, the eighth overall selection, by the Knicks in 2017, did not see any game action for the first time this season on Saturday. The 20-year-old is shooting a dreadful 33.3 percent from the field and 25.7 percent on three-point tries for the season.

After being completely out of the rotation and not seeing any time on the floor for four straight games, Damyean Dotson has excelled in each of the Knicks' last three outings. He has averaged 18 points in those three contests while connecting on ten of his 13 three-point attempts.

The Wizards have struggled mightily on the road this season. They are 2-9 away from home on the season, have lost three straight road games, and have been outscored on average by 14.1 points.

Wizards/Knicks regular season history

The Knicks and Wizards have met 298 times in the regular season according to Land of Basketball, and New York has come out on top 169 times.

Washington has defeated the Knicks in nine of their last ten head-to-head matchups including a 108-95 victory over New York on November 4.