X-rays were negative, but the forward did not accompany the team to Orlando for tonight's game. Frye will undergo an MRI today.
While the early signs were encouraging, with 16 games left, the Knicks have no reason to rush back their prized rookie. "I feel good," Frye said. "It could have been a lot worse. I'll be OK."
Frye was standing under the Knicks' basket like a cornerback waiting for a running back as Barrett steamed toward him on a fast break with 9:36 left in the fourth. Nate Robinson, chasing Barrett, made contact with him just before Barrett got to Frye.
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good thing its nothing too serious, i hope he is ready for the summer time. well i guess some good comes out of this; gives lee and woods more playing time, hopefull we'll finish our last few games strong. as i am typing jerome james just picked up 10 fouls in 3 minutes in a pick up game