Judging by their first two games, the Knicks have a bountiful future in store for them.

Head coach Tom Thibodeau implored his troops to increase their volume in two areas — 3-point attempts and pace — and the Knicks have displayed more of both so far.

Gun and run.

As the Knicks prepared to host the Magic on Sunday to complete a home-and-home set, they are two-for-two and 2-0.

The Knicks lead the NBA with 41 made 3-pointers, nine more than any other club. They have launched 99 shots from 3-point range — also No. 1 in the league — and have taken 28 more than the next-highest clubs (Rockets, Nets) entering Saturday.

They made 24 3-pointers during Friday’s road blowout of the Magic to set a franchise record. No Knick hit more than four treys, however, as they spread the 3-point wealth.