Baron Davis had a tough night on Tuesday.
He had to get an IV before the Knicks game against the Celtics because of a stomach bug. Then he hurt his left hamstring in the third quarter.
"I tweaked it a little bit," said Davis, who missed two games in March due to an injury to the same hamstring.
He played just 18 minutes in the Knicks' 118-110 win over Boston but said that he'd be able to play Wednesday against New Jersey.
Davis, 33, has been the Knicks' starter at point guard in Jeremy Lin's absence. But the 12-year veteran has been plagued by injuries throughout the year.
Earlier in the day, Davis had to cut his shootaround short because of a knee issue. He also missed the first seven weeks of the season with a back ailment.