Mitchell Robinson will look a little different this season.
The second-year Knicks center has decided to change his number from 26 to 23 -- which is the number he wore in high school.
Last season, in a Q&A with Steve Serby of The Post, Robinson explained why he wore No. 23 in high school.
"It really represented my friend [Jacquez], one of my best friends that I grew up with," Robinson said. "He passed away [in a car accident]. He wore 2, and then my other friend [Demarcus] that also passed way 'cause he got shot, he was 3. I just put their numbers together."
Robinson, who was the 36th overall pick in the draft last year and earned Second-Team All-Rookie honors, was unable to wear No. 23 last season because it was already taken by Trey Burke.
Burke was dealt to the Mavericks as part of the Kristaps Porzingis blockbuster before last season's trade deadline.
Robinson will debut the new number in Summer League where he is expected to play at least two games. Teammate Kevin Knox will also have a new look, changing his name to Knox II this season. His father, also named Kevin Knox, was a star wide receiver at Florida State and drafted by the Bills.