Can Jeremy Lin and the New York Knicks get their fourth win in a row? We'll find out tonight when the Knicks take on the Toronto Raptors at Madison Square Garden.

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Knicks-Raptors tips off at 7:30 p.m. EST.

New York [21-24] is coming off three straight victories to start the Mike Woodson era, including two wins against the Indiana Pacers.

If the NBA playoffs were to start today, the Knicks would be the eighth seed and face off against the Chicago Bulls, who are atop the Eastern Conference standings.

A playoff spot is highly unlikely for Toronto.

The Raptors [15-30] have struggled this season and have traded wins and losses over their last four games.

The Knicks are led by Carmelo Anthony, who is averaging over 20 points per game.

Lin, who has been quiet of late since he emerged out of obscurity earlier this year, leads New York with more than 6 assists per game.

Big man Tyson Chandler leads the team in rebounding, averaging 9.7 boards a game.

For Toronto, center Andrea Bargnani leads all scorers with 20.2 points per game.

Power forward Amir Johnson leads the Raptors in rebounding with 6.7 boards a game and Jose Calderon is the team's assist leader with 8.5 per game.