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(Updates on Stoudemire, Martin, and Hardaway)

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The Knicks didn't just lose in the basketball points game Thursday night; they also lost in the not suffering trauma to important basketball-playing parts of their bodies game. Pablo Prigioni was already taking another day to rest his mending toe, Tyson Chandler still looked mucous-logged, and a couple more friends went down with injuries.

First, Kenyon Martin suffered his semi-regular ankle sprain. Later, Amar'e Stoudemire landed on someone's foot and went down with an ankle sprain of his own. Then Tim Hardaway Jr. took a tumble and landed on the left wrist that had bothered him over the summer. Updates on all three from last night:

So if Martin and Stoudemire are both out and Chandler is still playing short stints... TYLER TIME TYLER TIME TYLER TIME TYLER TIME TYLER TIME

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Let Jeremy Tyler spin. For real. None of this garbage time nonsense. The brokedown Knicks may or may not put up a fight against the Clippers in a SEGABABA. Let's at least have some fun and let the kid try some dunkings. Let him run with Toure' Murry, too. Please, Knicks. I beg you. You can lose, but please don't slide back into monotony.

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