NEW YORK — Kristaps Porzingis says the organization has more “confidence” in the Knicks’ offense this season now that head coach Jeff Hornacek is “running his own stuff.” Last year, under the influence of ex-team president Phil Jackson, Hornacek blended aspects of Jackson’s triangle offense into sets that he ran while coaching the Phoenix Suns, which players and coaches said led to confusion amid a 51-loss campaign. “This year you can feel that Jeff has more, he’s running his own stuff without anybody coming in and telling him what to do or how to do so I think from the top down you can feel that there’s more confidence in what we’re doing,” Porzingis said in an interview with ESPN Radio’s The Michael Kay Show on Tuesday. “It’s a better feeling this way.”? Hornacek addressed the same topic earlier Tuesday when he was asked about LeBron James’ assessment of the Knicks’ offense. After leading the Cavs to a…

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