On Saturday, there was a notion Kristaps Porzingis — who is recovering from a sore left knee that he tweaked against the Nets — would be available to play against the Thunder. False alarm. Now for Monday’s game in Charlotte, where the Knicks will seek a fifth straight victory, Porzingis has officially been listed as “questionable” by the team. “Questionable” is better than “out” but the Knicks aren’t doing handstands because they are 1-4 in games when Porzingis did not suit up to play. Saturday’s triumph over the Thunder is the lone exception. “What happens sometimes when a guy goes out, all the rotations change. Guys roles, at least for a couple of guys, may be a little different,” coach Jeff Hornacek said. “They’re asked to do more. Then all of a sudden, they’re thrown into that. Now after a couple of games, the guys are comfortable with what they’re supposed to do if KP’s not supposed to play. They understand what they’re supposed to do so that makes it easier.” Hornacek admitted the team thought Porzingis was close to playing Saturday before he was held out. “Based on where he was, he was pretty close,” Hornacek said. “But little things were getting him when he was making certain moves. I don’t know if that just disappears overnight so we’ll have to see.”