Tim Hardaway Jr. is still without a timetable to return from his stress-related injury, though he is progressing in his rehabilitation.
Now, Hardaway Jr. is able to elevate on jump shots and not wear a brace.
"He's moving more everyday," Jeff Hornacek said, via Stefan Bondy of NY Daily News. "So we're just monitoring him more, giving him a little bit of time to see how that stress (injury) responds when he puts a little weight on it. So it's a good sign that he's out there doing that."
The Knicks are 6-6 without Hardaway Jr. this season, who has scored an average of 17.8 points per game while grabbing 4.2 rebounds in 21 games.