Knicks' Josh Hart Exits Game 6 With Abdominal Soreness

Photo: Instagram/Josh Hart

New York Knicks' key player, Josh Hart, left Game 6 of the Eastern Conference semifinals against the Indiana Pacers due to abdominal soreness. 

The game took place on Friday night, and Hart was seen holding his midsection multiple times before asking to be taken out.

The Pacers won the game 116-103, forcing a decisive Game 7 at Madison Square Garden on Sunday at 3:30 p.m. ET (ABC).

Photo: Instagram/Josh Hart

Hart's status for Game 7 remains uncertain. Knicks coach Tom Thibodeau said, "We’ll see," when asked about Hart’s condition. Knicks guard Jalen Brunson added, "I would assume he’s playing. It’s Game 7."

Hart played 31 minutes before his exit, adding to the Knicks' injury woes. The team is already missing key players Julius Randle, OG Anunoby, Mitchell Robinson, and Bojan Bogdanovic. 

Hart has been a reliable presence, logging full 48-minute games three times this postseason and leading in total minutes played, second only to Kia MVP Nikola Jokic in total rebounds.

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Source: NBA 


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