Knicks' Wayne Ellington (ankle) available to play on Friday night
New York Knicks guard Wayne Ellington will play on Friday in the team's game against the Indiana Pacers.
Ellington's status was somewhat in doubt as he dealt with an ankle injury coming into gameday, but he'll be good to go against the Pacers in the first game back from the All-Star Break.
Our models project Ellington for 5.9 FanDuel points across 10.2 minutes of action.
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