New York Knicks Star Doubtful For Game Two

The New York Knicks walked into Cleveland on Saturday evening and picked up a big win in game one of their series, and while the attention has deservingly been sent the way of Julius Randle and Jalen Brunson, it was Josh Hart that came up with perhaps the biggest play of the game late in the fourth quarter.

Unfortunately for New York, Hart sprained his left ankle during his late game heroics, and is now officially considered doubtful for the critical Game Two matchup that could decide the fate of this much anticipated first round series. 

Beyond Hart, the Knicks still have one of the deepest benches in the NBA, led by Immanuel Quickley, Obi Toppin and Isaiah Hartenstein, while also having the likes of Miles McBride, Evan Fournier and Derrick Rose to call upon, so while they'll want Hart active, there's plenty of backup plans in New York. 

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