As the Knicks host the Utah Jazz at 7:30 p.m. from Madison Square Garden looking for a three-game winning streak, New York does so with one key player unavailable.
Prior to tip-off, the Knicks announced that center Mitchell Robinson was out with a sore hamstring.
Kevin Knox (leg contusion) is available to play, the Knicks announced. Interim head coach Mike Miller added that wing Reggie Bullock (illness) is also available.
The Knicks (19-42) get the Jazz (38-22) on the heels of consecutive wins over the Chicago Bulls (125-115, Saturday) and Houston Rockets (125-123, Monday).
Against the Rockets (39-21), Robinson recorded a double-double on 12 points and 13 rebounds -- his seventh of the season -- as he added to the Knicks' two-point triumph.
The last time the two teams faced off, the Knicks fell 128-104 to the Jazz on the road Jan. 8.