If the Knicks continue to get three days off between games, maybe they will go 82-0.
The schedule, altered when the season opener in Brooklyn was postponed due to Hurricane Sandy, has been kind to Mike Woodson’s club. When they take the floor on Tuesday in Orlando they will have played just four games in 11 days, which includes a pair of three-day breaks.
Practice has made them perfect. The extra training sessions and rest have been crucial for a veteran club that features three new starters — Raymond Felton, Jason Kidd and Ronnie Brewer — as well as a couple of rotation players, Rasheed Wallace and Pablo Prigioni. Additionally, three of the four games have been played at the Garden while the one road game was in Philadelphia.