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The New York Knicks will be without starting point guard Raymond Felton for two to three weeks as he nurses a strained left hamstring. According to ESPN, Felton re-injured the hamstring during the Knicks’ matchup against the Cleveland Cavaliers on Tuesday night. This adds to the injury woes New York has endured throughout the early season, particularly with center Tyson Chandler on the shelf. Felton has struggled thus far, averaging 10.3 points on just 39 percent shooting. He has been routinely broken down by opposing point guards, and the Knicks tend to look more fluid offensively with backup Pablo Prigioni on the court. The New York Knicks need a healthy and productive Raymond Felton in order to turn their season around. The few weeks rest should aid in healing up those nagging injuries. The post Report: Knicks’ Raymond Felton Out 2-3 Weeks with Strained Left Hamstring appeared first on Basketball Bicker.
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The New York Knicks are struggling to a 6-15 start, but have won three of their last five games. But just as things are starting to improve for the team, news is that point guard Raymond Felton is expected to be out for two to three weeks with a left hamstring strain. As reported by Ian Begley of ESPNNewYork.com, Felton has missed five games this season due to injuries and aggravated...
Raymond Felton re-aggravated his left hamstring on Tuesday and the New York Knicks are not expecting him to return in the immediate future.
"They haven't given me how long but I don't think we're at a day-to-day right now," Mike Woodson said. "He's going to probably be a little while."
Felton has been bothered by the hamstring since the preseason.
Knicks starting point guard Raymond Felton pulled his left hamstring again, aggravating an injury that’s dogged him since training camp.
Felton admitted he’s unlikely to go Wednesday against the Bulls and could sit out for a few games — again.
Felton had a hamstring strain in preseason, never fully recovered, then pinched a nerve in his left hip because he was...
According to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports, the Knicks are willing to send Raymond Felton, Metta World Peace and a 2018 first-round draft pick to the Raptors in exchange for guard Kyle Lowry.
The New York Knicks are pursuing Toronto point guard Kyle Lowry with a package of Raymond Felton, Metta World Peace and a 2018 first-round draft pick, league sources told Yahoo...
The Knicks and Nets, failing in their battle to dominate the Atlantic Division, are now in a struggle to land Toronto point guard Kyle Lowry, who is being shopped around the league.
According to sources, both clubs are in the mix, though the Knicks’ talks stalled Thursday when the Raptors insisted on either Tim Hardaway Jr. or Iman Shumpert to be added to the deal instead of Metta...
Joakim Noah is back in the Chicago Bulls' lineup after missing a game with a bruised right thigh, while the Knicks' Raymond Felton was out for the first of possibly a few games with a sore left hamstring.
The Bulls were still without Luol Deng. He missed Wednesday night's game because of a sore left Achilles.
Knicks coach Mike Woodson said Felton's absence could...
Pablo Prigioni is the Knicks’ new starting point guard for now — and maybe for the season if coach Mike Woodson shows some moxie.
Raymond Felton, who re-injured his left hamstring in Cleveland on Tuesday, is shutting it down again “for a little while,’’ according to Woodson. If the Knicks go on a streak with Prigioni at the helm, there’s no telling if Woodson will bring...
According to a report from ESPN’s Marc Stein, the struggling New York Knicks are in trade discussions to acquire point guard Kyle Lowry from the Toronto Raptors. Per Stein, the trade would involve Raymond Felton and at least one other Knicks player, presumably promising rookie guard Tim Hardaway Jr.
New York (6-15) has found it difficult to generate...
By Charles R. Trimble III
With word leaking that a possible trade involving Toronto PG Kyle Lowry coming to New York for a package of Raymond Felton, Metta World Peace, Iman Shumpert or Tim Hardaway Jr., and/or a 2018 1st Rd draft pick all but agreed upon until being nixed by James Dolan, it brought back memories of some past moves that in hindsight should have been vetoed as well...