G - NYK
Jalen Brunson (ankle) is available for the Knicks in Game 2 against the Heat.
Brunson was a game time decision coming in, but he will be active for the Knicks as they try to even up the series against Miami. Expect him to carry his regular workload.
Jalen Brunson (hand) won't play in Friday night's game against the New Orleans Pelicans.
Brunson will miss Friday's game as part of the planned injury maintenance for his hand injury. He didn't reaggravate it, but the team wants to ensure that he's fully healthy before the playoffs. Josh Hart and Immanuel Quickley are both set to get additional run in his absence.
Jalen Brunson (hand) has been ruled out and will not play for the New York Knicks against the Indiana Pacers Wednesday night.
Brunson will be sidelined with the Knicks locked into the No. 5 seed in the Eastern Conference playoffs Wednesday night. Immanuel Quickley will likely start at point guard, offering fantasy owners a strong streaming option in multiple category formats.
Jalen Brunson led the Knicks offense Friday night, exploding for 48 points (18-32 FG, 7-12 3PT, 5-8 FT) while also dishing out nine assists and grabbing four rebounds in a 130-116 win over the Cavaliers.
Brunson has been strong on the offensive end of the floor for the Knicks of late, scoring at least 23 points and dishing out at least five assists in four of his last five games for the club. The guard has been exactly what the Knicks have needed on the floor this season, averaging 24.0 points, 6.2 assists, and 3.6 rebounds per game while carrying a usage rate of 26.6% so far this season.
Jalen Brunson (hand) is active for Wednesday's matchup against the Miami Heat.
A hand injury has left Brunson sidelined for two-straight games, but he will be well enough to make his return for New York's game on Wednesday night. He will get his usual workload and should be a high-end guard option for fantasy purposes against Miami.