The New York Knicks have lost Amar'e Stoudemire and Kenyon Martin for up to two weeks after MRI results confirmed diagnoses for the power forwards stemming from injuries sustained in a Thursday loss. The Knicks said Martin has a left ankle sprain and tendinitis. He is expected to be out about two weeks. Stoudemire tweeted Friday that he "should be able to return to action in a week or two." The Knicks later confirmed Stoudemire's announcement and said that he is "expected to be out approximately two weeks."
Knicks lose Amar'e, Martin for up to 2 weeks
ESPN New York | Jan 18