Knicks Morning News (Wednesday, Oct 10 2012)
October 10th, 2012 by Mike Kurylo |
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[New York Post] Knicks’ Wallace came back to put on post clinic (Wed, 10 Oct 2012 01:57:36 -0500)
Rasheed Wallace, the newest member of the Knicks, still is not certain when he will practice, much less play. But he says the veteran-laden team is every bit as good as the Celtics or even the defending NBA champion Heat, and if healthy it will prove it.
[New York Post] Woodson wants J.R. as a â??bench’ presser (Wed, 10 Oct 2012 00:15:35 -0500)
Days after J.R. Smith said he would prefer to start instead of coming off the bench, Knick coach Mike Woodson said the mercurial shooting guard should brace for a role as a sixth man â?? and told him as much.With Iman Shumpert recovering from knee surgery and Ronnie Brewer…
[New York Daily News] Woodson likes Smith as Knicks 6th man (Wed, 10 Oct 2012 03:11:45 GMT)
Manu Ginobili is a superstar who doesn’t start and James Harden was instrumental as a sixth man in helping Oklahoma City reach the NBA Finals last season. That was part of the argument Mike Woodson made to J.R. Smith, who could easily start at shooting guard for the Knicks, except for the fact that the head coach sees Smith’s real value as a backup.
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