Knicks Injury Tracker: Jericho Sims questionable vs. Nets due to right ankle sprain

A right ankle sprain makes centre Jericho Sims questionable for Wednesday's game against the Brooklyn Nets.

The big man left Monday's win over the Lakers in the first half due to injury. The Knicks shut him down for the night, and he was seen in a walking boot afterward.

Sims has been New York's starting centre for the past five games with Mitchell Robinson out with a left ankle injury.

Isaiah Hartenstein played 39 minutes off the bench Monday and scored nine points and grabbed a career-high 17 rebounds.

Jericho Sims' sprained right ankle sidelined him in the second quarter of the Knicks' game at the Lakers.

Last playing Dec. 8, the 24-year-old guard scored 17 points in 25 minutes against the Boston Celtics. Quickley averages 15.0 points in 21 games this year.

Tom Thibodeau said Jalen Brunson (left ankle sprain) would play Monday against the Raptors. 

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