From the best Knicks beat reporter, Ian Begley (click those links, people):
Mitchell Robinson will not be with the Knicks during their voluntary team workouts in a “bubble” setting due to personal reasons, league sources told SNY.
The third-year center, who participated with the Knicks during voluntary individual workouts last week, does not have COVID-19, league sources say.
The Knicks will begin their team workouts on Wednesday. Per NBA rules, the workouts can run through Oct. 6. All teams who did not get an invite to the Orlando bubble are allowed to have voluntary team workouts in a bubble setting.
The NBA will allow non-roster players from teams’ G League affiliates to participate. So you should expect some non-roster players from the Knicks’ G League club – the Westchester Knicks – to participate in the workouts.
The Knicks have several 2020 free agents – or players with team options for 2020-21 – currently under contract. It’s unknown if all of those players are participating in the team workouts.
Cool cool cool.
I don’t think it is a bad sign at all.
Nope, just cool cool cool here.