Knicks' Lance Thomas (knee) out at least 4 weeks
New York Knicks guard/forward Lance Thomas underwent arthroscopic surgery on his left knee for removal of loose bodies and will be re-evaluated in 4 weeks.
Thomas fell out of the Knicks' rotation after starting the first five games as the team shifted focus to their younger players. Kevin Knox figures to see the biggest uptick in playing time with Thomas unavailable.
Thomas is averaging 9.5 FanDuel points over 15.2 minutes in 11 games (five starts) this season.
- Josh Hart will join the Lakers' starting lineup with Lonzo Ball (ankle) out Monday January 21st, 2019
- Rockets starting Nene Hilario on Monday January 21st, 2019
- James Ennis playing off Houston's bench on Monday January 21st, 2019
- Sixers' Joel Embiid (back) active for Monday's matchup against the Rockets January 21st, 2019
- Utah's Ricky Rubio (hamstring) will play in Monday's game against the Trail Blazers January 21st, 2019
- 76ers' Corey Brewer to start in place of Jimmy Butler (wrist) on Monday January 21st, 2019
- Knicks' Luke Kornet (ankle) will not return Monday January 21st, 2019
- Knicks' Enes Kanter will be 3rd-string center Monday January 21st, 2019
- Enes Kanter (illness) ready to return for Knicks on Monday January 20th, 2019
- Knicks' Damyean Dotson coming off bench in London January 17th, 2019
- Lance Thomas to come off Knicks' bench on Thursday January 17th, 2019
- Luke Kornet starting for Knicks on Thursday, Lance Thomas to come off bench January 17th, 2019