Eddy Curry's right knee has become so painful, he needed a cortisone shot Friday. It's a troubling development in the Knicks' bid to trade their outcast 6-foot-11 center.
Curry's bruised knee has him out indefinitely. He was inactive during the Knicks' 107-99 victory over the Jazz yesterday, and has been inactive the past four games. Despite having three years left on his deal, Curry has drawn interest from the Bobcats and Spurs, but this injury could dampen the enthusiasm of those teams.
"It's pretty sore right now," Curry said.
Curry said he has no idea when he will be able to practice again, and it's looking like a longshot he will play for the team this season. Curry said the bone bruise occurred during preseason after taking two hits to the knee - from Quentin Richardson in practice and Robin Lopez during a Nets' game.
Curry did not make the rotation and hasn't played a minute this season. The knee became swollen in preseason and was drained before the opener.
The Knicks kept it quiet, probably because of his on-the-block statu
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