Found November 07, 2012 on
The New York Knicks are off to a great start, beginning 3-0 with double digit wins in all three games.
They are one of three teams left undefeated in the league and have been shutting down opponents on the defensive end and they have been doing so without Iman Shumpert, who was their best perimeter defender last season. Shumpert is currently rehabbing from knee surgery.
The New York Post's Marc Berman writes while some expected Sumpert back sometime in December, it is now looking like sometime in early 2013.
“What you all are saying is not what we’re going by,’’ Shumpert told The Post before last night’s 110-88 victory over the 76ers that improved the Knicks to 3-0. “January, February is what we’re aiming for. I’m just trying to get healthy. When I get healthy, I’ll return to the court. I’m not going to come back and not be able to do the things I did last year and a little more. I want to come back and add something.’’
Smart move by Shumpert. He is young and
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Though he's yet to hit the hardwood for the Knickerbockers this season, Iman Shumpert has remained front and center as he rehabs his way back.A supportive teammate, Shumpert has already been seen sitting on the Knicks' bench during home games. He's worked out with Baron Davis, who is sticking around the team, as he too, nurses a similar injury, despite not having a contract...
Just one night after defeatd by the New York Knicks and the three ball, the Sixers recorded their second loss of the season. The Sixers lost Monday's game at the Wells Fargo Center to the New York Knicks, 110-88. Yet again, the main problem was the three ball.
The Knicks shot 40.6% from the three point range, and again where led by Carmelo Anthony. Melo led New York with...
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