Originally written July 19, 2012 on Knicks Journal :
Though the Knicks have plenty of new additions heading into training camp next season, our friend Seth Rosenthal notes that the team, nevertheless, also has a few roster spots to fill as well.One player vying for one of those coveted spots is Chris Copeland. Shortly after joining the Knicks' Summer League team, the forward also penned a non-guaranteed deal that will get into him into training camp.While he's only donned orange and blue through three contests (with the fourth about to be underway in Vegas), Copeland has shown potential. He currently owns averages of 13.3 points, 4.3 rebounds, and 1.3 blocks per game. What's more, the Colorado product has also shot 47.1% from the field.It's still early, but Copland is already beginning to give the Knicks an idea of what he can do. He's able to score, not only due to a decent jumper, but also because of his physicality around the rim. He's agile enough to finish under the basket on the offensive end, and can use...
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  • lol its funny because i've been saying it from day 1 before anyone even knew him, i been saying he is a great player and hes gonna oneday be recognized for his talent. I actually called the same thing for NY Rangers rookie Chris Kreider too, im on fire with seeing talent in young future stars and the next big basketball future star im calling is Lithuanian Donatas Motiejunas
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