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Bargnani (hamstring) won't play in Monday's preseason game against the Bucks, The New York Times reports.

Bargnani continues to deal with his nagging hamstring injury that has put a damper on his 2014 training camp. The Knicks don't start their regular season until Oct. 29, but Bargnani's limited availability in practice and unavailability in games is proving to be a concern as the meaningful contest with the Bulls is growing closer.

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Bargnani (hamstring) did not practice Saturday.

He continues to be limited by the hamstring injury, and at this point, he should be considered questionable for the start of the regular season.

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Bargnani (hamstring) continued to be limited in Friday's practice.

Bargnani's hamstring injury continues to linger through the preseason and has caused him to miss the Knicks' past three exhibition games. Considering that the regular season starts on Oct. 29, the aging veteran still has plenty of time get back to full strength.

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Bargnani (hamstring) was limited in Thursday's practice, Al Iannazzone of Newsday reports.

Bargnani continues to be limited by a hamstring strain, which has caused him to miss the last three games. Consider him questionable for Monday's game against the Bucks.

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Bargnani (hamstring) won't play Tuesday, Newsday's Al Iannazzone reports.

He continues to be held out with the hamstring sprain, but he could still be ready for the start of the regular season. That said, health and playing time concerns will drastically limit his value going into the season.

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Bargnani (hamstring) will not play in Monday's preseason game, Al Iannazzone of Newsday reports.

Bargnani continues to nurse a sprained hamstring, and the Knicks certainly won't rush him back with the regular season still more than two weeks away. The veteran was injured much of last season, but he'll be called upon to perform more consistently in 2014-15 after averaging 13.3 points and 5.3 rebounds in 42 games.

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Bargnani (hamstring) will not play in Saturday's preseason game against the Celtics, Newsday reports.

Bargnani's hamstring strain is being classified as "mild," but the team can afford to play it safe with the eight-year veteran. He may be in danger of missing Monday's tilt, and perhaps Tuesday's as well, but there's been nothing to suggest it could affect his regular-season availability.

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Bargnani enters the upcoming season 100 percent healthy, since his previously injured elbow has been healed for the past couple months, The Wall Street Journal reports.

Bargnani tore a ligament in his elbow in January, which consequently ended his first season as a Knick after just 42 games. That came after Bargnani played just 66 games over the previous two seasons due to injury. However, after picking up his player option this offseason, a healthy Bargnani returns to New York for the final year of his contract this season. Although injuries and inefficiencies limit Bargnani's value, the Italian averaged 13.3 points, 5.3 rebounds, and 1.2 blocks in 29.9 minutes last season.

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Knicks president Phil Jackson said he expects Andrea Bargnani to "do well" in the triangle offense this season.

Jackson has been trying to unload Bargnani's expiring contract this summer, to no avail, and he may be resigned to keeping him. "He's overlooked," Jackson said. "We have a couple of guards he likes to play with, Jose [Calderon] and Pablo [Prigioni], and I think he's going to be a surprise and a pleasant one for our fans." Bargnani missed 40 games last season and was barely worth owning in fantasy leagues while healthy, making him a gamble in the late rounds.

Andrea Bargnani PF/C NY 3 Months

Knicks president Phil Jackson said he expects Andrea Bargnani to "do well" in the triangle offense this season.

Jackson has been trying to unload Bargnani's expiring contract this summer, to no avail, and he may be resigned to keeping him. "He's overlooked," Jackson said. "We have a couple of guards he likes to play with, Jose [Calderon] and Pablo [Prigioni], and I think he's going to be a surprise and a pleasant one for our fans." Bargnani missed 40 games last season and was barely worth owning in fantasy leagues while healthy, making him a gamble in the late rounds.