Erin Weaver
Wednesday December 5th, 2012

Knicks center Marcus Camby will likely be out for the next two games with plantar fasciitis. (Joe Murphy/Getty Images) Knicks center Marcus Camby will likely be out for the next two games with plantar fasciitis. (Joe Murphy/Getty Images)

Knicks center Marcus Camby had an MRI during Sunday's win over the Suns, which revealed the extent to his injury--Camby is suffering from plantar fasciitis in his left foot.

Plantar fasciitis is an inflammation of thick tissue on the bottom of the foot. The injury is expected to keep Camby out of Wednesday's game against the Bobcats and will likely be unavailable for Thursday's game against the Heat. Camby signed a three-year deal with the Knicks in July, and missed most of the preseason game with a calf injury. He has only played six games this season, sidelined with his calf injury and now a sore left foot.

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