New York Knicks Guard Doubtful for Game 4

Things aren't looking good for the New York Knicks. Already down 2-1 to the Miami Heat, they now face the prospect of playing Game 4 without their crucial sixth man. The Knicks have listed Immanuel Quickley as doubtful with an ankle injury. Quickley played a little over 20 minutes in the Knicks' Saturday afternoon 105-86 loss to the Heat. He struggled with his shot, hitting a mere four of 12 field goal attempts on his way to 12 points. He was also limited to a mere nine minutes in Game 2, hitting three of seven for six total points.

Quickley progressed in leaps and bounds this season for the Knicks, setting career highs in points per game (14.9), true shooting percentage (.578), and starts (21). Unfortunately, it's been a postseason to forget for the third-year player: he's down to 9.0 points per game with an ugly .481 true shooting percentage.

The Knicks have done well to come as far as they have: they've already won their first playoff series since 2013 and only their second since 2000. But things are looking bleak: their only win in the series came with Heat superstar Jimmy Butler on the bench. Barring a dramatic turn of events, the Knicks' feel-good season may be coming to an end.

The Heat host the Knicks for Game 4 of their Eastern Conference second-round series on Monday night at 7:30 PM ET.

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