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Knicks' Isaiah Hartenstein: Starting against Warriors
Hartenstein is in the starting lineup to face the Warriors on Thursday.
Hartenstein was not listed on the injury report prior to this game, so his return to the starting lineup is not entirely surprising, as he is firmly entrenched as the starting center when available. This move means Jericho Sims will head back to a bench role. Hartenstein is averaging 8.1 points, 9.1 rebounds and 3.0 assists per game in February.... See More ... See Less
Knicks' Isaiah Hartenstein: Not listed on injury report
Hartenstein (Achilles) isn't listed on New York's injury report ahead of Thursday's game against the Warriors.
Hartenstein continues to work back from an Achilles injury that caused him to miss a three-game stretch in mid-February. He appeared in three straight contests before sitting out the second night of a back-to-back set Tuesday, but his production has been modest recently. Fantasy managers should expect Hartenstein to be limited to around 25-28 minutes during Thursday's matchup.... See More ... See Less
Knicks' Isaiah Hartenstein: Ruled out Tuesday
Hartenstein (Achilles) will not play Tuesday versus the Pelicans, Steve Popper of Newsday reports.
With Hartenstein sitting out, Precious Achiuwa will log heavy minutes, while Jericho Sims should factor considerably into the center rotation as well.... See More ... See Less
Knicks' Isaiah Hartenstein: Iffy for Tuesday
Hartenstein (Achilles) is listed asquestionable for Tuesday's game against the Pelicans.
Tuesday's game is the second leg of a back-to-back set, so the Knicks are likely contemplating giving Hartenstein a maintenance day following his recent return from left Achilles tendinopathy. Hartenstein's playing time has been trending up steadily since his return to the lineup coming out of the All-Star break, with the 25-year-old most recently playing 27 minutes in Monday's 113-111 win over the Pistons. If New York opts to hold Hartenstein out Tuesday, Precious Achiuwa and Jericho Sims would cover all the minutes at center.... See More ... See Less
Knicks' Isaiah Hartenstein: Logs just 11 minutes in return
Hartenstein (Achilles) played 11 minutes and recorded two rebounds and one steal in Thursday's 110-96 win over the 76ers.
The Knicks cleared Hartenstein to play after he had missed the final three games before the All-Star break with left Achilles tendinopathy, but the center appeared to be operating with some restrictions in his return. Hartenstein will likely see his minutes get ramped up in the games to come as he gets further removed from the Achilles injury, but his playing-time ceiling may be lower than it had been prior to getting hurt. In addition to Precious Achiuwa (38 minutes Thursday) starting to earn the trust of head coach Tom Thibodeau while dabbling between the two frontcourt spots, the Knicks also could get Mitchell Robinson (ankle) back in the fold at some point in the next few weeks.... See More ... See Less
Knicks' Isaiah Hartenstein: Says he'll play vs. Philadelphia
Hartenstein (Achilles) said he'll play in Thursday's game against the 76ers, Stefan Bondy of the New York Post reports. He's in the starting lineup.
Hartenstein was unavailable for the Knicks' final three games before the All-Star break, but he was listed as probable ahead of Thursday's matchup. He's officially been cleared to suit up, but coach Tom Thibodeau said before the game that Hartenstein will have playing time "guidelines," per Tim Bontemps of ESPN.com. Thibodeau didn't specify that Hartenstein's playing time would be significantly scaled back, but the big man will play in shorter stints as he attempts to ramp up to 100 percent ahead of the playoffs.... See More ... See Less
Knicks' Isaiah Hartenstein: Officially listed as probable
Hartenstein (Achilles) is listed as probable on the injury report for Thursday's game versus the 76ers.
Hartenstein is expected to return to action Thursday after missing the Knicks' final three games before the All-Star break due to a left Achilles injury. The 25-year-old big man has logged back-to-back practices and should reclaim his starting spot from Jericho Sims.... See More ... See Less
Knicks' Isaiah Hartenstein: On track to play Thursday
Hartenstein (Achilles) practiced Wednesday and is on track to play Thursday in Philadelphia, Steve Popper of Newsday reports.
Hartenstein missed the final three games before the All-Star break, but after logging back-to-back practices, he's expected to suit up when New York resumes action Thursday. The big man has been stellar since moving into the starting lineup, averaging 8.3 points, 11.2 rebounds, 2.8 assists, 1.5 steals and 1.3 blocks per game over his last 24 appearances (all starts). There are rumblings of Mitchell Robinson (ankle) returning at some point in the regular season, but he hasn't even resumed running yet, so Hartenstein should remain in the starting lineup for the foreseeable future.... See More ... See Less
Knicks' Isaiah Hartenstein: Practices Tuesday
Hartenstein (Achilles) participated in practice Tuesday, Steve Popper of Newsday reports.
Hartenstein was joined by Donte DiVincenzo and Bojan Bogdanovic in logging limited practice Tuesday, with a potential return Thursday against Philadelphia firmly in play. Hartenstein missed three contests before the All-Star break due to his ongoing left Achilles tendonitis.... See More ... See Less
Knicks' Isaiah Hartenstein: Expected to return soon
Coach Tom Thibodeau said Friday that Hartenstein (Achilles) is expected to return to action after the All-Star break, Stefan Bondy of the New York Post reports.
Hartenstein missed the Knicks' last three contests due to left Achilles tendinopathy. However, it appears the 25-year-old big man will target Feb. 22 against Philadelphia as a return date.... See More ... See Less
Knicks' Isaiah Hartenstein: Won't play Wednesday
Hartenstein (Achilles) has been ruled out for Wednesday's game against Orlando, Fred Katz of The Athletic reports.
Hartenstein continues to deal with left Achilles tendinopathy and will be unavailable for a third consecutive game. He'll have time to rest during the All-Star break, while Taj Gibson, Precious Achiuwa and Jericho Sims could handle increased roles Wednesday.... See More ... See Less
Knicks' Isaiah Hartenstein: Questionable against Orlando
Hartenstein (Achilles) is listed as questionable for Wednesday's game versus the Magic.
Hartenstein is in danger of missing his third straight contest Wednesday due to left Achilles tendinopathy. If Hartenstein remains sidelined, Taj Gibson, Precious Achiuwa and Jericho Sims are candidates to receive increased playing time.... See More ... See Less
Knicks' Isaiah Hartenstein: Ruled out Monday
Hartenstein (Achilles) is out for Monday's game against Houston, Fred Katz of The Athletic reports.
Hartenstein's next opportunity to take the court comes Wednesday against Orlando. Taj Gibson started in Saturday's 125-111 loss to the Pacers in Hartenstein's place, but the Knicks could lean more heavily on Precious Achiuwa and Jericho Sims (illness) to cover the minutes at center Monday.... See More ... See Less
Knicks' Isaiah Hartenstein: Questionable for Monday
Hartenstein (Achilles) is questionable for Monday's game against the Rockets.
Hartenstein is in jeopardy of missing a second consecutive game due to an Achilles injury he suffered in Thursday's game against Dallas. If he is unable to go, Jericho Sims (illness, probable), Taj Gibson and Precious Achiuwa could be in line for increased minutes.... See More ... See Less
Knicks' Isaiah Hartenstein: Won't play Saturday
Hartenstein (Achilles) is out for Saturday's game versus the Pacers.
Hartenstein will miss Saturday's contest due to an Achilles injury he suffered against Dallas. With Julius Randle (shoulder) and Mitchell Robinson (ankle) out, Taj Gibson and Precious Achiuwa could be in store for increased playing time. Hartenstein's next chance to suit up is Monday's matchup with Houston.... See More ... See Less
Knicks' Isaiah Hartenstein: Tweaks Achilles in Thursday's game
Hartenstein won't return to Thursday's game against the Mavericks due to a sore left Achilles, Tim Bontemps of ESPN.com reports. He finished with 10 points (4-5 FG, 2-2 FT), four rebounds, two assists and two steals in 15 minutes.
Hartenstein previously missed two games in late January with left Achilles soreness, so it's less than ideal that he's seemingly dealing with a related setback. Precious Achiuwa has been seeing extended run at power forward of late while the Knicks have been without Julius Randle (shoulder) and OG Anunoby (elbow), and Achiuwa would likely shift over to center if Hartenstein isn't available for the Knicks' next game Saturday versus the Pacers.... See More ... See Less
Knicks' Isaiah Hartenstein: Makes mark on defense Tuesday
Hartenstein closed Tuesday's 123-113 victory over Memphis with 17 points (7-8 FG, 3-4 FT), eight rebounds, three assists, three blocks and two steals across 35 minutes.
The five combined blocks and steals were Hartenstein's highest total since Jan. 13, when he produced four blocks and two steals against the Grizzlies. The 25-year-old center has also stepped up his offensive contributions while Julius Randle (shoulder) and OG Anunoby (elbow) have been unavailable. Over the last five games, Hartenstein is averaging 11.8 points, 11.6 boards, 2.8 assists, 1.4 steals and 1.4 blocks while shooting 64.1 percent from the floor.... See More ... See Less
Knicks' Isaiah Hartenstein: Massive double-double Thursday
Hartenstein racked up 12 points (6-8 FG, 0-1 FT), 19 rebounds, six assists and one block across 35 minutes during Thursday's 109-105 victory over Indiana.
Hartenstein has been an excellent replacement for Mitchell Robinson (ankle) this season. He has recorded back-to-back double-doubles for the first time in the current campaign and is averaging 8.1 points with 12.0 boards per contest over his last 10 appearances.... See More ... See Less
Knicks' Isaiah Hartenstein: Operating on minutes restriction
Hartenstein will be capped at 25 minutes of action during Tuesday's game against Utah, Fred Katz of The Athletic reports.
Hartenstein has logged 16 minutes in back-to-back contests since returning from Achilles soreness. Both games were lopsided affairs in favor of the Knicks, allowing the 25-year-old to not push himself. He could operate in a similar capacity Tuesday, although he appears to be ramping up.... See More ... See Less
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