Cam Reddish available, Kemba Walker out for Knicks vs. Clippers

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Cam Reddish on the bench mask on, next to Quentin Grimes
Cam Reddish on the bench mask on, next to Quentin Grimes

Before the Knicks’ Sunday afternoon matchup against the Los Angeles Clippers, New York coach Tom Thibodeau revealed that Cam Reddish and Nerlens Noel were available to play. He also confirmed that Kemba Walker was out.

Reddish, who was acquired from the Atlanta Hawks last week, was in line to make his Knicks debut after being out with an ankle injury. Following Saturday’s practice, the former Duke star told reporters that he was ready to play.

“I feel good, I would say 100% is pretty accurate,” Reddish said. “Looking forward to get out there tomorrow. ... That’s the hope, yeah."

Noel has missed the past four games with a knee injury but is available to give the Knicks some much-needed depth in the center position. The Knicks entered Sunday with Noel, Mitchell Robinson and Taj Gibson available.

Walker, who has been dealing with knee issues for the past two seasons, was “likely” to play Monday against the Cleveland Cavaliers. Thibodeau said that he was simply “managing” Kemba’s minutes especially when the team is playing a back-to-back.