The New York Knicks are close to getting their starting point guard Raymond Felton back. Felton’s been out since Christmas when he fractured his pinky finger against the Los Angeles Lakers. On Tuesday, the doctors finally cleared Felton to participate in non-contact practices, better then nothing right?
Raymond Felton, out since late December with a fractured right pinky suffered against the Lakers on Christmas Day, was cleared Tuesday for non-contact practice.
Felton took part in conditioning drills and was taking jumpers, working with shooting coach Dave Hopla while the Knicks scrimmaged.
“I feel great, I feel good, just waiting to get back on the court, that’s all,” he said after practice. “I’ve been out for about four weeks, so it’s been painful, it’s been terrifying. I’m just looking forward to getting out there and helping my teammates.”(Zags Blog)
The Knicks could definitely use Felton back in the lineup. He was having a pretty good season prior to the injury averaging 15....