Knicks rookie forward Kevin Knox scored two points and played five minutes in Monday's double-overtime loss against the Chicago Bulls in his first game back from a sprained ankle.
Knox, New York's first-round pick from this year's NBA draft, had been out since Oct. 20 due to a sprained ankle he suffered against the Boston Celtics.
Knox made 1 of 2 field goals and recorded one steal and one turnover. He had scored 10 and 17 points in two complete games before he suffered the injury.
Teammate Tim Hardaway Jr., who suffered a back injury in Sunday's loss to the Washington Wizards, was available to play but did not log any minutes on the court Monday.