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Report: Anunoby, Hart aiming to play in Game 7

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New York Knicks forwards Josh Hart and OG Anunoby are both planning to attempt to suit up for Game 7 against the Indiana Pacers on Sunday, sources told ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski.

Hart left Friday's Game 6 loss in the fourth quarter with an abdomen injury and is listed as questionable. The expectation is he'll do everything within his power to play, according to Wojnarowski.

Meanwhile, Anunoby has been out since Game 2 with a hamstring strain. He's also listed as questionable and will reportedly attempt to go through shootaround with hopes of being cleared.

Both Hart and Anunoby have been key starters on both ends of the floor for the Knicks during their playoff run.

Hart is averaging 14.9 points, a team-best 11.8 rebounds, and 4.5 assists in a whopping 42.6 minutes per game, while Anunoby is averaging 16.4 points, 6.8 rebounds, a steal, and a block in the postseason.

The Knicks have been a juggernaut with Anunoby in the lineup this season, going 26-5 in those games since he came over from the Toronto Raptors.

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