New York Knicks Injury Report: Will Isaiah Hartenstein and Donte DiVincenzo play against Orlando? (February 14, 2024)

New York Knicks Injury Report for February 14, 2024.
New York Knicks Injury Report for February 14, 2024.

The New York Knicks will look to snap a three-game losing streak when they visit the Orlando Magic at the Kia Center on Wednesday night. The Knicks have been ravaged by injuries recently and need the upcoming All-Star break to recuperate.

According to the latest Knicks injury report, three players are out against the Magic. OG Anunoby continues to recover from right elbow surgery, while Julius Randle is nursing a dislocated right shoulder. Mitchell Robinson has been out since December after undergoing left ankle surgery.

Meanwhile, Isaiah Hartenstein and Donte DiVincenzo are listed as questionable. Hartenstein has left Achilles tendinopathy, while DiVincenzo is dealing with a sore right hamstring. Both players are likely game-time decisions.

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What happened to Isaiah Hartenstein and Donte DiVincenzo?

Isaiah Hartenstein has been the starting center for the New York Knicks since Mitchell Robinson came down with a serious ankle injury.

Hartenstein has been fabulous for the Knicks, but the injury bug caught up with him as well. He has been dealing with a sore Achilles since Feb. 9, missing two games.

Meanwhile, Donte DiVincenzo has not missed a game for the Knicks this season. He has come off the bench and started under coach Tom Thibodeau. He suffered a hamstring injury in the fourth quarter against the Houston Rockets.

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When will Isaiah Hartenstein and Donte DiVincenzo return?

Isaiah Hartenstein and Donte DiVincenzo did not suffer long-term injuries. Both are likely to play against the Orlando Magic, but the New York Knicks could go a safer route and give them rest on Wednesday.

With the Knicks entering the All-Star break after this game, it could be beneficial for them to give their best players some rest. However, it's also important to enter the break following a win rather than a four-game losing streak.

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How to watch the New York Knicks vs Orlando Magic game?

The New York Knicks vs Orlando Magic game is on Wednesday at the Kia Center in Orlando, Florida.

It will start at 7:00 p.m. EST and will be televised on the MSG Network in New York and Bally Sports Florida. Fans can also catch it online via live stream on NBA League Pass and fuboTV, which are paid subscriptions.


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