David Fizdale will use the same starting five for the second game in a row on Saturday night against the Celtics, with Elfrid Payton getting the start at point guard.
Behind Payton, though, is where the real question remains.
While Payton has played well in his first two games, averaging 10.5 points, five assists and three rebounds in 25 minutes a game, point guard depth has been a huge question mark.
Dennis Smith Jr. has averaged just 7.5 minutes in the Knicks' first two contests of the season, scoring just three total points on 1-of-8 shooting from the floor.
Meanwhile, Frank Ntilikina didn't see the floor at all Friday against the Nets, and he played just three minutes in the season opener against San Antonio.
On Friday, Fizdale continued to emphasize the point that nothing is set in stone when it comes to the point guard position.
"It's fluid,' said the Knicks head coach. "Obviously, I'm going to look at Dennis for a little bit here and get him into some kind of rhythm, but again, it's not something that's in stone. Frank's attitude has been fantastic, he's continuing to work, and he knows that he's right there in my pocket ready to go."
One thing that has made up for the Knicks' lack of point guard depth has been rookie RJ Barrett's ability to handle the ball. The third overall pick has committed four turnovers per game, but he's also added 2.5 assists per game and has looked comfortable running the Knicks offense.
Also, Julius Randle has been used as a point-forward after grabbing defensive rebounds, and while he shot just 33.3 percent from the floor on Friday, he has averaged five assists per game.