Knicks Forward To Miss Rest Of Season

 He hasn't exactly been a key part of coach Thibodeau's rotation, but nonetheless, the New York Knicks have lost the services of small forward Cam Reddish for the rest of the season due to a shoulder separation, as reported by insider Adrian Wojnarowski.

The injury was originally thought to be a sprained shoulder, and occurred when he fell to the floor awkwardly in Monday's game in Sacramento. 

The six-week recovery period takes us well into late April, long after the Knicks' season will be over. He will, however, as noted by Woj, have the full offseason to work out. 

Injury bug strikes Reddish yet again

This isn't the first time Reddish has been out of the lineup due to injury, as he missed big chunks of games for the Hawks in his first two seasons as well, due to groin, Achilles and ankle injuries. 

The 22-year-old came over to New York in a trade from Atlanta in January, but hasn't been able to crack Tibs' preference for veterans to get most of the playing time. Reddish has played in just 15 games for the Knicks, averaging only 6.1 points in about 14 minutes a game. He was an 11 PPG scorer for Atlanta in his first 2 1/2 seasons in the league.