Found January 26, 2013 on Knicks Journal :
Earlier today (as reported by ESPN's Ian Begley), Knicks' Coach Mike Woodson announced that the starting lineup for Saturday night's game against the 76ers would not include James White. Instead, the starting five will include a much more ideal unit of Raymond Felton, Jason Kidd, Iman Shumpert, Carmelo Anthony, and Tyson Chandler.Such a lineup not only allows Anthony to stay at power forward (where he's thrived all season long), but also opens up the possibility of Shumpert serving as defensive stopper to other opposing swingmen while at the three.With Felton making his return to the court on Saturday night, the floor general will get his first chance to share the court with both Kidd and the recently returned Shumpert.The newly formed lineup undeniably opens up a number of possibilities, and also represents perhaps the most talented and versatile lineup New York has put forth all season long.But with Felton finally returning, one has to wonder, will his 2010 running...
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