Hawks' Dejounte Murray (ankle) expected to miss about 2 weeks

Trae tosses overhead pass to Murray for a big dunk (0:24)

Trae Young dazzles with an over-the-head pass to Dejounte Murray for a two-handed dunk. (0:24)

ATLANTA -- Hawks guard Dejounte Murray is expected to miss about two weeks because of a sprained left ankle, the third Atlanta starter to go down with an injury in the past week.

Murray was hurt Wednesday night early in the first quarter of a 113-89 loss to the New York Knicks.

The Hawks announced his prognosis after he underwent an MRI in New York on Thursday.

Atlanta was already missing forwards John Collins (sprained left ankle) and De'Andre Hunter (right hip flexor strain).

The Hawks have lost five of seven games.