When it comes to staying healthy, every little bit of preparation helps in the eyes of Kristaps Porzingis. Porzingis, 22, is trying something new. His longtime Spanish physiotherapist will live in New York for this season, as The Post reported Friday. Porzingis indicated his physio will travel to road games, too — on Porzingis’ dime....
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