JUST-IN:An insider reveals that assistance is en route for the injury-plagued Knicks…

Help is on the way for the banged-up New York Knicks as February flips to March later this week.

According to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski, OG Anunoby is on track to get back on the court after undergoing a procedure to remove a loose bone fragment from his right elbow.

“He’s expected to start to get back on the court, perhaps, later this week, and start to be able to do some basketball activities again,” Wojnarowski reported on “NBA Today” on February 27. “And then from there, it’s when he feels comfortable. Is that 10 days? Is that two weeks? But I’m told there’s not been any setbacks. There’s not been anything in his rehab that has slowed him down.”The Knicks looked like every inch a contender with Anunoby, roaring to a 12-2 start since they acquired him from the Toronto Raptors on December 31 last year. But they have been a .500 team (6-6) since he left the lineup with the elbow injury.During his first public appearance since the surgery, Anunoby expressed excitement to get on another run with the Knicks when he returns.Yeah, for sure [I’ll be back before the playoffs], hopefully,” Anunoby told reporters via SNY on February 20. “Just following the doctors’ orders, following the medical staff, just progressing day by day. I’m feeling better and better every day. So, yeah. I want to be back as soon as possible

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