Guard Dennis Smith Jr. will be out for the Knicks on Thursday night with a strained left oblique when they take on the Nets at Barclays Center, the team announced.
He played just seven minutes on Monday during the Knicks' 121-115 loss to the Washington Wizards, recording one rebound in the game.
Smith Jr. is averaging 16.1 minutes per game this season over 21 contests, while scoring 5.2 points per game on 31.5 percent shooting.
The team also listed center Mitchell Robinson as probable with an illness, Marcus Morris as questionable with a sore left Achilles, and Wayne Ellington as doubtful with a sore left Achilles.
Morris is the Knicks' leading scorer at 18.4 points per game on 46.6 percent shooting from three -- both career-highs.
Guard Reggie Bullock is also out for Thursday's game against the Nets with a cervical disc herniation. The veteran shooter has yet to play for the Knicks this season as he recovers from offseason back surgery, but he was fully cleared for practice on Dec. 17 and is getting close to making his debut with the team.