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Marcus Camby has re-aggravated the foot injury that kept him out earlier this year an now will be out 2-4 weeks. Marcus recently cracked the rotation and was playing pretty solid basketball at the time of his newest injury. The Knicks are now officially thin up-front. Rasheed Wallace will miss his 14th straight game tonight and Stat is on a minutes restriction. Adding to that is Tyson Chandler who has been logging heavy minutes and has been plagued with minor dings.
Will the Knicks now make a move and add a big? It has been speculated for a week now that they are interested in K-Mart. Now with the injury to Camby and the unknown status status of Sheed, will the Knicks make the move?
Marcus Camby will be out 2-4 weeks with a strained left plantar faciia. Woodson calls it “another setback.”
— Alan Hahn (@alanhahn) January 11, 2013
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The New York Knicks had to deal with playing minus Marcus Camby for much of the season already, so perhaps playing without him again will not be too big a deal. But it's never a good thing to lose any player, even a role player. Camby re-injured his foot in the Knicks loss to the Indiana Pacers on Thursday. He had an MRI yesterday confirming a strain of the plantar fasciitis...
Marcus Camby is dealing with a strained plantar fascia in his left foot.
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