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New York Knicks Iman Shumpert, Amar’e Stoudemire and Renaldo Balkman hit up the Giants vs. Falcons game playoff game…Amare watched the Giants rout the Falcons 24-2 — Now they travel to Green Bay to face the Packers…This is gonna be a good one. -TO
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Knicks stars Iman Shumpert, Amar’e Stoudemire and Renaldo Balkman checked out the Giants vs. Falcons game. A little motivation for the Knicks perhaps. Its a long way until April but it’s never to early to be thinking about the playoffs right! The real test comes for the Giants next week when they take on Green [...]
You're probably familiar with this plot.
Whether you encountered it in a movie, novel, television show, Broadway show, Off-Broadway show, puppet show, religious parable or long-form magazine profile, you've read the story about the wide-eyed youngster who shows up in New York with dreams of hitting it big.
Sometimes it ends with terrible drug addiction and sometimes it...
Iman Shumpert is third on the Knicks in raw plus-minus.
Iman Shumpert, a rookie guard, has become the Knicks’ best guard, their most valued energy source and, in effect, their fourth star.
Iman Shumpert looked solid as the Knicks' point guard in a place Kemba Walker once owned
The Knicks finally made the switch. Mike D’Antoni turned the ball over to rookie point guard Iman Shumpert, putting Toney Douglas on the bench Saturday night. Shumpert helped Knicks to a 103-80 win over the Pistons at the Palace of Auburn Hills.
Iman Shumpert started the game in the backcourt, but the journeyman Mike Bibby was the key player in the Knicks’ easy road victory against the Pistons.
Most rookies would be intimidated joining a team featuring Carmelo Anthony and Amar’e Stoudemire, much less being thrust right into the starting lineup. But the Knicks say Iman Shumpert isn’t ordinary but extraordinary, a draft night steal because of the confidence in his own abilities and the chip...
Here is why we have some doubts about the Knicks: They are waiting for the backcourt of Baron Davis and Iman Shumpert to save them. Knicks fans are not wrong to hope — their team’s backcourt play has been bad enough that the enigmatic Davis and rookie Shumpert provide the best hope. It’s just that,…