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    Default Josh Harrellson and Iman Shumpert return to practice!

    Knicks Blog | ESPN New York — Before the All Star break, the Knicks gained plenty of depth. J.R. Smith signed as a free agent and Baron Davis made his long-anticipated debut. It appears they'll be getting even deeper this week. Forward Josh Harrellson (wrist) and guard Iman Shumpert (knee) will return to practice on Tuesday, according to the Knicks. Harrellson has been out since fracturing his right wrist on Jan. 21. Shumpert has been sidelined since last Monday due to left knee tendinitis that became too severe to play with.

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    Sensational news! Thanks for the info, dude.

    Awesome.

    We can finally give TC a rest.

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    Looking at the defensive effort of particular players I think our second unit could look like this:


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    too many cooks in the kitchen now, speaking of cooking maybe this is the beginning of the end for renaissance man

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    Iman's defense will be welcomed 4sure. Hopefully Harrelson will be playing paint ball and banging the boards...I really don't like how the coach is using this big body. I'm not sure if his shooting hand was hurt or not, regardless of that.... he is too brawlic to be used as a finesse player. His talents are obviously suited around the paint. He's good for some boards, some put backs, some banging, some interior D...and the occasional short jumper. Pretending to be a sharpshooter will only hamper the team and possibly his carrear.

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    Originally Posted by Real NY Baller
    Iman's defense will be welcomed 4sure. Hopefully Harrelson will be playing paint ball and banging the boards...I really don't like how the coach is using this big body. I'm not sure if his shooting hand was hurt or not, regardless of that.... he is too brawlic to be used as a finesse player. His talents are obviously suited around the paint. He's good for some boards, some put backs, some banging, some interior D...and the occasional short jumper. Pretending to be a sharpshooter will only hamper the team and possibly his carrear.
    Its a shame that you dont see the value of a 3pt shooting big man. I personally dont see jorts as an 'andrew bynum' prototype, but more of a memet okur type player. Just because he shoots 3's doesn't make him a finesse player. Actually, hitting the 3ball and taking a big man out of the paint can be what his career is built on. Our 3pt lineup is rediculous

    lin
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    novak
    melo
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    Originally Posted by Real NY Baller
    Iman's defense will be welcomed 4sure. Hopefully Harrelson will be playing paint ball and banging the boards...I really don't like how the coach is using this big body. I'm not sure if his shooting hand was hurt or not, regardless of that.... he is too brawlic to be used as a finesse player. His talents are obviously suited around the paint. He's good for some boards, some put backs, some banging, some interior D...and the occasional short jumper. Pretending to be a sharpshooter will only hamper the team and possibly his carrear.


    Jorts developement into the NBA was all wrong....I too, dont believe the wrist injury.

    Jefferies in - Jorts out
    Lin in - TD out
    Novak in - Melo out
    JR in - Shump out
    Davis in - Bibby out

    The Knicks weakness is the headcoach refuse to make a 2nd-unit of players off the bench

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    Originally Posted by Dzwonsson
    Looking at the defensive effort of particular players I think our second unit could look like this:


    Heres hoping our offense doesn't look like that instead!

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