(WNFL) - In the N-B-A, Milwaukee will host a New York Knicks team tonight that's struggling almost as much as the Bucks are. New York is 7-and-17, just two games better than Milwaukee's 5-and-19 start. Both teams are riddled with injuries -- although Knicks' forward Amare Stoudemire claims he does not have the knee swelling that coach Mike Woodson said he had. Stoudemire tweeted yesterday that he's perfectly healthy, and he'll sit out the Bucks' game only because his Knicks have been in the midst of six contests in nine days. New York did get yesterday off, after losing at home to Washington on Monday night 102-to-101. Pablo Prigioni broke a toe in that game, and he's expected to miss two weeks. However, the Knicks might get center Tyson Chandler back tonight. He's been out for six weeks with a broken leg. Meanwhile, the Bucks plan to have forwards Ersan Ilyasova and Khris Middleton available for tonight. Both were limited at practice yesterday due to ankle injuries.