Dennis Smith Jr., Immanuel Quickley both out for Knicks vs. Cavaliers on Tuesday night

Scott Thompson
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The Knicks will be without Dennis Smith Jr. and Immanuel Quickley in their game against the Cleveland Cavaliers on Tuesday. 

The team announced that Smith will continue rehabbing his left quad contusion, and will remain in New York to do so. Good news is the Knicks expect him to rejoin the team some time during the four-game road trip.

As for Quickley, he continues to deal with the hip pointer he suffered in the season opener against the Indiana Pacers

Kevin Knox, on the other hand, is probable after dealing with a sore knee. Alec Burks, who suffered a sprained ankle against the Milwaukee Bucks on Sunday, is questionable.

Other Knicks that are set to be out are ones that still have yet to make their debuts in Austin Rivers (sore groin), Omari Spellman (sore right knee) and Obi Toppin, who suffered a strained calf.

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