Ahead of Tuesday's matchup with the 35-6 Bucks in Milwaukee, the Knicks announced that both Marcus Morris and Dennis Smith Jr.. will not be in the lineup.
Morris last played on Jan. 5, when he scored a season-high 38 points in a three-point loss to the Lakers. He will miss his fifth straight game with what the team is listing as a sore neck.
Smith Jr.'s strained left oblique has kept him out since Dec. 23 and he will be out of the lineup for his 10th straight game on Tuesday.
"I'm actually healing faster (than projections). I heard people say with the oblique strain it could be two months or however long, so I'm actually healing along pretty fast," Smith Jr. said on Sunday. "I'm going through the process and working at it every day."
Morris and Smith Jr. are not the only Knicks appearing on the team's injury report. Reggie Bullock (contused left thigh), Frank Ntilikina (sore groin) and Mitchell Robinson (sprained left great toe) are all somewhat banged up, but are listed as probable for Tuesday.