Eddy Curry was spotted briefly at the Knicks' practice on Thursday, but coach Mike D'Antoni admitted that the longer he sits out, the harder it'll be for him to be productive this season.
"He's not able to do anything yet," D'Antoni said of Curry, who is dealing with an injured right knee and the pain of a recent tragedy.
"That I don't know," D'Antoni said of whether Curry would be able to help the Knicks. "Obviously, as it goes further on it makes it tougher.
"I don't know where his pain level is or exactly what the doctors say. They keep telling me it's not long. I don't know what that means. So until we see it . . . I don't know obviously at this point. Hopefully it's not long, but I don't know."