The Miami Heat will not have LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Mario Chalmers against the New York Knicks on Tuesday night.
Erik Spoelstra ruled all three out, with James battling hamstring tightness and Wade and Chalmers dealing with right ankle sprains.
The Heat defeated the San Antonio Spurs on Sunday night without the trio.
"We're not panicked about it," Spoelstra said. "We're being very proactive and aggressive with the treatment and rehab, just to make sure we can contain their injuries where they are. You get into 70-plus games, where we are right now, we feel very fortunate. These are minor nicks and knacks that happen over the course of a long season.
"These are minor things right now," Spoelstra added. "Minor things can turn into much bigger things if they're not addressed."