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Sheed's bald spot is one of life's great mysteries
If you forgot about Rasheed Wallace, I wouldn't blame you.
There's the fact that he retired following Game 7 of the 2010 NBA Finals, and didn't play basketball for 28 months.
There's also the fact that a stress fracture in his foot seemed destined to end his return bid for the Knicks, appearing to end his season after just 20 games on December 13th.
But Wallace is reportedly recovering quicker than anticipated from surgery, and is looking to return to the team in one of their final regular season games as a tune up for the playoffs.
From the New York Post (link).
Rasheed Wallace could play for the first time since mid-December tomorrow when the Knicks visit Charlotte, Mike Woodson said.
Wallace, who had foot surgery in late February, is significantly ahead of schedule. Wallace was on the court running today on the Garden floor before they faced the Pacers in an attempt to clinch the second seed and...
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Many thought Rasheed’s career would be over after stress fracture in his left foot in December sideline him, but Sheed is back and just in time to help the Knicks, as they get ready for the playoffs.
Knicks coach Mike Woodson told reporters in Charlotte that Wallace will play approximately 12 minutes Monday night against the Bobcats.
Shaq posted on his Twitter account Tuesday a very random and hilarious picture featuring him on a golf course carrying around Bubba Watson like a little baby. The Tweet didn’t provide much context, but there isn’t really much needed. Given the track records of both athletes, nothing really should surprise you. Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
In fantasy sports, it’s never too early to start looking ahead to next season, and with the regular season all but over, it’s time to shift our focus on to next year’s fantasy drafts. The 2013-14 season gives a clean slate to everybody in the league. Will Amar’e be able to get back to his old self? How much progression can Shumpert show with a full healthy season? Can Melo...
New York Knicks guard JR Smith has had a great season coming off the bench. A key cog to the Knicks success this year, Smith has a good shot at winning the NBA’s sixth man of the year award this season.
Smith is widely known for the numerous tattoos he has on his body. And if he has it his way, he plans on adding another after the season.
Per NY Post:
J.R. Smith has 100 tattoos...
We relayed a lot of these quotes earlier, but for those who missed it here are the videos.
Via Chris Forsberg
In light of the tragedy that occurred at the Boston Marathon today, the game scheduled to take place tomorrow night in Boston between the Celtics and Pacers has been cancelled.
RT @nbapr The April 16 game between the Pacers and Celtics at TD Garden has been canceled. The game will not be rescheduled.
— Boston Celtics (@celtics) April 16, 2013
I'm not sure anyone would be...
Rasheed Wallace had not played for the past two seasons before coming out of retirement for the Knicks.
According to the official Twitter of the Boston Celtics, the C's have announced that they have recalled center Fab Melo from their D-League affiliate, the Maine Red Claws. The Celtics announced today that they have recalled center Fab Melo from the Maine Red Claws. More info here: on.nba.com/11aDTpF — Boston Celtics (@celtics) April 15, 2013 In the 33 games Melo has appeared...
Pacers vs Knicks: MSG 3:30PM
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Today is the day the New York Knicks can lock up the number 2 seed and a date with the Boston Celtics in the first round of the playoffs. The number 2 seed is important because if the Knicks advance to the 2nd round of the playoffs they will avoid the Miami Heat and have home court advantage, which might not sound like a big...
The New York Knicks clinched the No. 2 seed in the Eastern Conference with their 90-80 win over the Indiana Pacers on Sunday in a possible preview of a second-round playoff matchup.
But for a Knicks franchise still pining for its first playoff series win since 2000 -- heck, for a team that has won just one playoff game, period, in the last 11 years -- first-round success hardly...
Years from now some young Boston fan will be looking back through old NBA standings, and see the "1/2" next to the number of games behind that the Celtics finished in 2013. He'll notice that the team only had 81 games that year, and wonder why. The cancelled April 16th contest against the Indiana Pacers will be just a tiny footnote in Celtics lore, but a permanent...
The Celtics wasted little time in the wake of Monday’s terrorist attack at the Boston Marathon finish line before they cancelled Tuesday’s game against the Indiana Pacers.
In a radio interview on Tuesday, Celtics owner Wyc Grousbeck called it “an easy decision” that was made relatively quickly with the cooperation of the NBA.
“It was an easy decision for us to make together...
In light of Monday afternoon’s tragic events at the finish line of the Boston Marathon, the NBA has decided to cancel the Celtics final home game against the Indiana Pacers
Tuesday’s scheduled game did not not carry any playoff implications. Indiana, which is currently in third place in the Eastern Conference, cannot catch the second seeded Knicks, and...