The Knicks announced reserve forward Bill Walker will be out four to six weeks because of elbow surgery and might be back for the playoffs.
Walker, who had been in the rotation for January and half of February, probably could’ve soldiered on if the Knicks needed him, but they are so deep, he probably lost his rotation spot.
Walker sat out the past six games. He injured himself vs. New Orleans on Feb. 17th, though the Knicks aren’t sure why his elbow blew up. Coach Mike D’Antoni said he hopes he’ll be back for the playoffs.
“We’ll see where the team is then,’’ D’Antoni said.
“Too bad. It’s weird the way it happened. I thought it would get better. He needs to get it well.’’
— Reported by Marc Berman of the New York Post (Blog)