UPDATE: Indiana Pacers And New York Knicks Game 7 Injury Reports

The Indiana Pacers and New York Knicks have announced their injury reports for Game 7.
Apr 2, 2024; Miami, Florida, USA; New York Knicks head coach Tom Thibodeau looks on against the
Apr 2, 2024; Miami, Florida, USA; New York Knicks head coach Tom Thibodeau looks on against the / Sam Navarro-USA TODAY Sports

UPDATE: OG Anunoby and Josh Hart are both available.

UPDATE: ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski reported the latest on Hart and Anunoby.

Via Wojnarowski: "ESPN Sources: New York’s OG Anunoby (hamstring strain) and Josh Hart (abdominal strain) are on course to play Game 7 vs. Indiana — with a final determination looming closer to 3:30 PM ET tip on ABC. Both will participate in walk-thru at MSG."

On Sunday afternoon, the New York Knicks will host the Indiana Pacers at Madison Square Garden in Manhattan for Game 7 of their second-round playoff series.

For the game, both teams have announced their injury reports (updated as of 12:30 Eastern Time).

The Pacers have ruled out Bennedict Mathurin, and no one else is on their injury report for Game 7.

Meanwhile, the Knicks have ruled out Bojan Bogdanovic, Julius Randle and Mitchell Robinson.

Josh Hart and OG Anunoby are both listed as questionable.

Anunoby has missed each of the previous four games.

NBA Injury Report
NBA Injury Report / Pacers-Knicks

The Knicks and Pacers are tied up at 3-3 after the Pacers won Game 6 (in Indiana) by a score of 116-103.

NBA Champion Pascal Siakam led the way with 25 points, seven rebounds, five assists and two steals while shooting 11/21 from the field and 0/2 from the three-point range in 31 minutes of playing time.

May 12, 2024; Indianapolis, Indiana, USA; Indiana Pacers forward Pascal Siakam (43) shoots the ball
May 12, 2024; Indianapolis, Indiana, USA; Indiana Pacers forward Pascal Siakam (43) shoots the ball / Trevor Ruszkowski-USA TODAY Sports

Whoever wins the series will advance to the Eastern Conference Finals and face off against Jayson Tatum and the Boston Celtics.

They beat the Cleveland Cavaliers in the second round (in five games).

Game 1 of the Conference Finals will be on Tuesday evening in Boston.


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Ben Stinar is the NBA reporter for Fastbreak on FanNation.