Is Quentin Grimes playing tonight? Latest injury update for Knicks vs Wolves Nov. 20

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The New York Knicks' last stop on their road trip will come against the hottest team in the Western Conference. No, not the Nuggets. The Timberwolves (9-3) have won eight of their last nine games, losing only one contest in November.

Anthony Edwards, who signed a supermax extension over the summer, is averaging a career-best 26 points per game. New York is one of the best rebounding teams in the league, but Minnesota isn't too far behind. Rudy Gobert is averaging 12.2 boards per game, with 8.3 being defensive. The Mitchell Robinson-Gobert battle should be interesting.

The Knicks could be without Quentin Grimes for a third straight game. He sprained his wrist on Wednesday in Atlanta. New York Post's Stefan Bondy reported on Saturday before the game against Charlotte that Grimes could miss one to two more games.

Donte DiVincenzo has been starting in Grimes' place, scoring a career-high 25 points (7-of-10 from three) against the Hornets. Against the Wizards on Friday, he shot 4-of-8 from deep for 14 points. His success has some fans calling for DiVincenzo to stay in the starting lineup even when Grimes returns.

Quentin Grimes' status for tonight's game vs. Timberwolves

Quentin Grimes (wrist) is listed as questionable.

UPDATE: Quentin Grimes is available.

Projected starting lineups tonight

New York: Jalen Brunson, Donte DiVincenzo, RJ Barrett, Julius Randle, Mitchell Robinson

Minnesota: Mike Conley, Anthony Edwards, Jaden McDaniels, Karl-Anthony Towns, Rudy Gobert

Knicks injury report

Quentin Grimes (wrist) and Evan Fournier (ankle) are questionable.

UPDATE: Quentin Grimes is available.

Timberwolves injury report

Jaylen Clark (Achilles) and Jordan McLaughlin (knee) are out.

New York's next five opponents

New York will return to MSG for the next four games before traveling to Toronto to take on the Raptors.

Nov. 24 vs. Miami (In-Season Tournament)

Nov. 26 vs. Phoenix

Nov. 28 vs. Charlotte (In-Season Tournament)

Nov. 30 vs. Detroit

Dec. 1 at Toronto