Knicks forward Kevin Knox didn’t get to see his idol Kevin Durant, but he got a taste of what the NBA Finals is about.

Knox, the Knicks’ 2018 lottery pick, attended Friday’s Game 4 at frenzied Oracle Arena.

In a red hoodie, Knox sat in the 100-level section with fellow rookie Allonzo Trier and assistant coach Keith Smart, who lives in the Bay area. Knicks coach David Fizdale believes it is important for his young players to feel the playoff vibe.

Following the Raptors’ 105-92 victory over the Warriors, Knox said he learned from the experience.

“It’s definitely crazy — different from the regular season,’’ Knox told The Post. “I wanted to get up there and enjoy the game, see the atmosphere and the type of energy of a playoff game — just seeing the defensive intensity.”

Knicks point guard Kadeem Allen, who played on a two-way deal and impressed, was supposed to make it to the game but his flight got cancelled.