October 28, 2018, 12:49 pmKevin KnoxF, New York Knicks
Kevin Knox's father says that his son is expected to return between the second and the 10th of November.
Mr. Knox also added that the injury is a Grade 2 ankle sprain and not a high ankle sprain. Knox was able to get shots up at Friday's practice and is working with a 2-to-3 week timetable. The sooner Knox can return, the quicker he'll ascend to the starting lineup as the Knicks have already begun shuffling players in and out — Tim Hardaway Jr. is the only player who survived the first wave of changes entirely, though Frank Ntilikina did manage to stick in the starting lineup despite changing positions.
Source: New York Post