Did you enjoy the last few days of Knicks practice, blissful in the notion that everyone was healthy, fighting back that feeling deep in the pit of your tortured soul that the injury hammer would inevitably fall?
Hornacek said Noah is dealing with the sore hamstring. Essentially day-to-day at this point in terms of tomorrow’s preseason game. #Knicks— Jonah Ballow (@jonahballow) October 3, 2016
So there’s that. No word yet on the severity of the injury, but PLEASE DON’T PLAY JOAKIM NOAH IN TUESDAY’S PRESEASON OPENER FOR THE LOVE OF GOD. The Knicks won’t play again until Saturday, which would give him plenty of time to heal. Hell, don’t play him Saturday either, just to be on the safe side. They don’t need to be messing around with hamstring injuries.
Anyway, here’s some nice practice footage to wash away the pain:
Go inside today’s #Knicks practice & watch these highlights! pic.twitter.com/7t0tdYBtNm— NEW YORK KNICKS (@nyknicks) October 3, 2016
The Knicks headed out to Houston for tomorrow’s big (preseason) game, which means airplane photos!
First road trip with the TEAM ✈️ pic.twitter.com/6HVRKzMJvs— Mindaugas Kuzminskas (@MKuzminskas) October 3, 2016
Latvia, Slovenia, Lithuania and Spain are in the house!
Only one more day until Knicks basketball, friends. Until then, let me join with Carmelo Anthony in wishing our Jewish brothers and sisters a warm “7’chaim”!
A good year to all my friends celebrating Rosh Hashanah #5777 #StayMe7o pic.twitter.com/P6TyGuykV2— Carmelo Anthony (@carmeloanthony) October 3, 2016