Quickley, along with Miles Bridges and P.J. Washington, is out of Team USA training camp due to COVID-19 protocols following Thursday's practice, Brian Windhorst of ESPN.com reports. Quickley was invited to be on the USA Select Team, but he'll now presumably need to quarantine for possibly up to two weeks. That said, it's not clear if he returned a positive test or if it's a contact tracing situation.
Quickley managed just two points (1-7 FG, 0-3 3Pt) and one rebound in 14 minutes during Sunday's 96-92 victory over Boston. Quickley was barely noticeable in the win, ending the regular season on a low note. The rookie has flashed moments of brilliance throughout the campaign but has been far too inconsistent to even sniff standard league value. It appears he will continue to be used sparingly moving forward, as the Knicks look to make the most of their upcoming playoff appearance.
Quickley recorded zero points (0-4 FG, 0-2 3Pt) and one turnover across 11 minutes in Thursday's 102-98 win over the Spurs. In his return from a three-game absence, Quickley didn't do much of anything in a limited appearance off the bench. It's the first time the rookie has failed to score since March 31 and the fourth time he's gone scoreless all season.
Quickley (ankle) will play Thursday against the Spurs, Mark Stein of The New York Times reports. Quickley is available to play after he had missed the last three games due to a sprained left ankle. He could take on a larger workload Thursday with Derrick Rose (ankle) on the sidelines.
Quickley (ankle) is listed as questionable for Thursday's game against the Spurs. The rookie will carry a string of three straight absences into Thursday, but there's some hope that he'll be able to rejoin the rotation. If he's held out again, Quickley will have only two more chances to play before the postseason begins.
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