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Marcus Camby is out with plantar fasciitis

Marcus Camby meets with the New York media.

Marcus Camby meets with the New York media. (July 12, 2012) (Credit: Patrick E. McCarthy)

Marcus Camby is out at least the next two games because of plantar fasciitis in his left foot.

Camby said he had an MRI during Sunday’s win over the Suns and it revealed the extent of the injury.

“They said I had some plantar fasciitis in my foot,” Camby said. “They said monitor it and get some treatment on it.

Camby has been out of the rotation, but he has been working out on the side and playing three-on-three.

He said he woke up sore Sunday and had it checked, although Mike Woodson said Camby has had no tests done.

He said he would be out at least “a couple of days.” With the Knicks playing four games in five nights, it’s possible Camby won’t be available for any of those games.

“See how I am in a couple of days,” Camby said.

Camby has logged just 46 minutes in the six games he's played.

Woodson said Raymond Felton (bruised left hand) and Jason Kidd (lower-back spasms) would play tonight against Charlotte. Kidd, who missed four games, will come off the bench and his minutes will be monitored.
 

Tags: Jason Kidd , Mike Woodson , Marcus Camby , Raymond Felton

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