ATLANTA (AP) - Joe Johnson, recovering from left knee tendinitis, did not participate in the Hawks' practice on Monday and says he is "probably not" going to play at Indiana on Tuesday night.
Johnson has missed four of Atlanta's last five games, plus the All-Star game, with the sore knee. He is traveling with the team to Indiana.
Coach Larry Drew says backup guards Willie Green (back spasms) and Tracy McGrady (strained left knee) are day to day. Guard Jerry Stackhouse (stomach virus) may join the team in Indiana on Tuesday.
The Hawks also play at Miami, Detroit, Sacramento, Denver and the Clippers on the six-game road trip. Atlanta won back-to-back home games over Milwaukee and Oklahoma City without Johnson, who
leads the team with his average of 17.6 points per game.