Kristaps Porzingis had a game to forget on Thursday against the Boston Celtics, but he at least managed to keep the mood light afterwards. In his first game back after suffering a knee injury last week, the New York Knicks star went a whopping 0-of-11 from the field and scored just one point. He also was held to 23 minutes due to foul trouble. The Knicks got the 102-93 win however, and Porzingis spoke on his lousy night with reporters postgame. “Thanks to me the game was close,” said the Latvian, per ESPN. “I kept it close. Otherwise, I think we should have won by a bigger difference if I had a better game and I would have made some shots in the first half.