Found October 19, 2012 on Knicks Journal :
Amar'e Stoudemire. Marcus Camby. J.R. Smith. James White. Henry Sims.These are just a few of the names of Knicks players who have experienced injuries over the duration of training camp this month. As the official start to the NBA regular season nears, there is more talk about the age of the Knickerbockers than the talent they are set to display on the hardwood.Prepared to boast the oldest roster in NBA history, the team's age is something difficult to ignore. Having said that, should the Knicks be able to back up their reasoning (with wins) for going with such an elder roster, all will be forgotten. A successful team trumps everything else.But with so many NBA miles already on their bodies, it may prove difficult for some of New York's players to hold up throughout the season. The absences of key players in the Knicks' lineup may indeed prevent the team's ability to win games.And that's exactly where the type of depth the team has assembled for the upcoming ...
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