Trier isn't playing in Sunday's summer league game against the Suns due to illness.
Trier is evidently feeling under the weather, so he'll be held out of Sunday night's matchup. His next chance to return will come Tuesday against the Raptors.
Trier recorded 21 points (8-14 FG, 3-4 3Pt, 2-3 FT), five rebounds and four assists across 24 minutes in Friday's 80-74 loss to the Pelicans in the Las Vegas Summer League (game halted due to earthquake).
Trier will enter the 2019-20 season with a crowded depth chart to contend with. The additions of Elfrid Payton, Reggie Bullock and Wayne Ellington will make backcourt opportunities scarce, and it's safe to assume that Dennis Smith and R.J. Barret will assume the starting duties in the backcourt. The situation leaves Trier relegated to backup duty. The Arizona product had flashes of brilliance last season and has the potential to make an impact, but he might have to wait for an injury or a move to another team to realize his potential.
Trier's $3.5 million team option was exercised by the Knicks on Friday, Shams Charania of The Athletic reports.
The undrafted rookie out of Arizona appeared in 64 games for the Knicks, and he impressed enough for the organization to bring him back for 2019-20. Trier, in 22.8 minutes per game, averaged 10.9 points, 3.1 rebounds and 1.9 assists on 44.8 percent shooting.
Trier (calf) will not play Wednesday against Detroit.
The Knicks will be without a number of regulars, and Trier will end the season on a streak of 11 straight missed games due to a strained left calf. Nonetheless, the undrafted rookie was one of the few positives for New York, as he appeared in 64 games and posted 10.9 points, 3.1 rebounds and 1.9 assists with 45/39/80 shooting splits.
Trier (calf) won't play Tuesday against the Bulls.
Trier hasn't sniffed the court since Mar. 18 due to a calf injury. His last chance to play will come Wednesday against Detroit, although it's likely we've seen the last of Trier this season.
Trier (calf) will be held out of Sunday's game against Washington.
Trier will miss his 9th-straight game Sunday. GIven his extended absence, it's highly likely Trier's done for the season. Damyean Dotson and Mario Hezonja should continue to see increase minutes in Trier's absence.
Trier (calf) is listed as out for Friday's game against the Rockets.
Given that this is Trier's eighth straight absence, it seems safe to say that the rookie will not play for the rest of the year, but he will be day-to-day until the Knicks say otherwise. With the Knicks' backcourt depleted with injuries Friday, Damyean Dotson will be in line to handle majority of the minutes at shooting guard while Mario Hezonja gets the start at point guard.
Trier (calf) has been ruled out of Wednesday's game against the Magic.
Trier will miss a seventh straight game with a sore calf, but the Knicks are yet to rule him out for more than one game at a time, so there's still a chance the rookie out of Arizona could get back on the floor before the end of the season.
Trier (calf) will be a game-time call for Wednesday's game against the Magic.
Trier has been sidelined for the last six matchups due to calf soreness, but he appears to be trending in the right direction. The Knicks should release an update on his status closer to tip.
Trier (calf) won't play Monday against Chicago.
Trier is set to miss his sixth straight contest due to calf soreness. He'll continue to be listed as day-to-day heading into Wednesday's matchup with Orlando.
Trier (calf) is listed as out for Saturday's game against Miami.
Trier is on track to miss his fifth straight contest due to calf soreness. His next chance to return will come Monday against the Bulls.
Trier (calf) is out Thursday against the Raptors.
Calf soreness will keep Trier sidelined for a fourth straight contest. His next chance to take the floor arrives Saturday against the Heat,
Trier (calf) is expected to miss "a couple more games," per coach David Fizdale, Chris Iseman of The Record reports.
Trier missed Wednesday's game with a sore calf, and the ailment is apparently serious enough that he'll likely miss at least the next two games. New York plays Friday and Sunday before a three-day break leading up to next Thursday's matchup with the Raptors.
Trier is out Wednesday against the Jazz due to a sore calf, Steve Popper of Newsday reports.
Trier presumably picked up the injury Monday against the Raptors. Damyean Dotson, Mario Hezonja and Kadeem Allen could see extra run as a result of Trier's absence.
Trier totaled 22 points (8-14 FG, 1-2 3Pt, 5-6 FT), four rebounds and three assists over 31 minutes in the Knicks' loss to the Raptors on Monday.
Trier was the only Knick who could get anything going in Monday's 36-point blowout loss, comfortably leading the team in scoring. He's had some hot scoring streaks this season, and Monday's outburst may be the beginning of a new one.
Trier collected 29 points (8-16 FG, 3-4 FT, 10-15 FT), eight rebounds, and two steals in 30 minutes during Monday's 115-108 loss to Sacramento.
Trier has now scored in double-digits in four straight games, capped off by an impressive 29-point effort Monday. As long as Trier is shooting the ball well, he is a player to consider streaming in if you need points. His role is quite volatile and head coach David Fizdale appears to have no loyalty to any players.
Trier popped for 18 points (4-5 FG, 1-1 3Pt, 9-10 FT) to go with five rebounds, three steals and two assists in 21 minutes in Tuesday's 108-103 win over the Magic.
Though it's the third time in five games in which Trier has poured in at least 18 points, the rookie is still a fairly volatile contributor for the Knicks and isn't helped by coach David Fizdale's ever-changing rotations. Before his recent run of scoring outbursts, Trier had failed to clear seven points in a six-game stretch from Feb. 1 through Feb. 11. He'll probably need to show more consistency before gaining traction outside of deeper leagues.
Trier totaled 20 points (7-11 FG, 1-1 3Pt, 5-5 FT), three rebounds, one assist and a steal over 30 minutes in the Knicks' loss to the Timberwolves on Friday.
It was a nice night for Trier, albeit in a losing effort, though he has scored in double-digits just twice over his last nine games. He's great as a daily punt-play, but he's best reserved for deeper leagues in season-long formats due to his inconsistencies off the bench.
Trier scored a team-high 19 points (5-9 FG, 3-4 3Pt, 6-6 FT) while adding four rebounds and four assists in 27 minutes off the bench during Wednesday's 126-111 loss to the 76ers.
He's scored no more than seven points in six straight games coming into Wednesday, highlighting the rookie's inconsistent production. Despite the Knicks' need for offense, Trier can't be counted on as a fantasy asset given his current role, but if he works his way into the starting five after the All-Star break he could be worth rostering.
Trier totaled 13 points (4-6 FG, 2-2 3Pt, 3-4 FT), two assists, two steals and a rebound over 24 minutes in the Knicks' loss to the Nets on Friday.
Trier continues to see the court and make the most of his opportunities, scoring double-digit points for the fourth consecutive outing. Averaging 27.5 minutes per game in that stretch, Trier is becoming a dependable bench option for the Knicks, and he's worthy of a speculative add in most formats.
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