On a three-game losing streak as they wrap up their road trip with Wednesday's 9 p.m. ET game against the Utah Jazz, the Knicks are limping to the finish line.
New York announced a handful of injuries, starting with forward Kevin Knox (sprained right ankle) and center Mitchell Robinson (sprained left big toe), who are both probable.
Rounding out the injury report, point guard Dennis Smith Jr. (strained left oblique) is questionable while small forward Marcus Morris (sore neck) is doubtful. Power forward Julius Randle, meanwhile, is out due to personal reasons.
The Knicks (10-27) end their four-game swing on the West Coast after they lost to the Phoenix Suns (120-112, last Friday), Los Angeles Clippers (135-132, Sunday) and Los Angeles Lakers (117-87, Tuesday).
After tightly contested games against the Suns (14-23) and Clippers (26-12), New York unraveled with the Lakers (30-7), including center Bobby Portis getting ejected for a Flagrant 2 foul on Kentavious Caldwell-Pope.
Against the Jazz (24-12), the Knicks are likely to be without the team's top two scorers in Morris and Randle, who respectively pace New York with 19.1 and 18.5 points per game.