The Knicks are planning to be stranded in Minnie.
The club is “likely’’ to stay overnight in Minnesota instead of flying home as normal after Friday night’s game vs. the Timberwolves at Target Center because of the incoming Northeast blizzard.
Knicks coach Mike Woodson said he was even worried about the status of Sunday’s big 1 p.m. showdown vs. the Clippers.
Woodson said if they still can’t fly into New York Saturday morning, he will hold a “shootaround practice’’ here in Minnesota. The Clippers are also having travel issues in getting into New York after their game in Miami also on Friday night.
“If we can’t get back there because of the snow we just got to adjust,’’ Woodson said. “Let’s just hope the game’s not cancelled. That’s my whole thing.’’
The game is broadcast on ABC so the NBA may try to do everything to play it. However, an NBA spokesman said it is looking into the Knicks-Clippers situation.
“We are always monitoring weather situations,’’ NBA spokesman Tim Frank said.
Ironically there’s no snow here in the snowbelt of Minnesota.
“We here the snow’s already started,’’ Woodson said. “Hopefully we get back. We play at 1 p.m. Sunday. Hopefully if we can’t get back, they can’t (either.) If we get stuck, we get stuck. We’ll find something to do.’’
Chris Mullin, who was supposed to call the Clippers game Sunday for ESPN Radio, told The Post today he’s not able to make it after his flight Friday night was cancelled.

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