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The Knicks say Rasheed Wallace & Marcus Camby both were limited in practice. No contact. — Nate Taylor (@ByNateTaylor) February 19, 2013   Good news and not so good news. Rasheed Wallace and Marcus Camby were back at practice today. This is great news for all Knick fans in the world. However, no timetable has been set for their return to game action. The New York Knicks are very thin up front at this moment and the return of these two players can only help. The question is can they both stay healthy for the rest of the season and the playoffs? That is a question that has been answered so far this season as a big fat NO. Other news out of camp today was Coach Woodson’s interview with Smith and Ruocco on ESPN radio today. One alarming statement Woody made was that he has reversed is previous statement on line-up changes. He stated that he would not make any changes to the line-up at this moment. This is a huge problem that is lingering beneath the surface. J-Kidd is a shell of himself at this point in the season and Shump is playing the small forward; which is not his position and not helping in his development. Their defense has been suspect lately and the thoughts were, if they made a line-up change to help the offense and defense get off to better starts, the team would prosper. Clearly Coach Mike Woodson does not have these worries, do you #Knickstape?   Peter A – Knickswag The post Camby and Wallace Back at Practice….But appeared first on Knickswag - A New York Knicks Blog - News, Rumors, and more!.
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