Kristaps Porzingis will return to the New York Knicks’ starting line up this weekend against the Sacramento Kings.
New York Knicks’ star forward Kristaps Porzingis decided to sit out and rest during this past Wednesday’s loss to the Orlando Magic, as he deals with ankle and elbow injuries.
Porzingis admitted that he might need offseason surgery in order to fix his elbow, which is suffering from bursitis.
The good news for the Knicks is that Porzingis will likely play against the Sacramento Kings on Saturday night, according to Knicks’ head coach Jeff Hornacek.
Jeff Hornacek says he expects Kristaps Porzingis to play Saturday against Sacramento.
— Ian Begley (@IanBegley) November 10, 2017
Getting Porzingis back in the line up should help the Knicks get back on track after losing to the Magic.
The 3-8 Kings just defeated a good 6-5 Philadelphia 76ers team on Thursday night, so they shouldn’t be taken lightly. They have some talented players in Zach Randolph, De’Aaaron Fox and Justin Jackson.
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